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Can we start a list of Thai temples in Perth please? 
I can find only temples related to Archan Bram and his associated monasteries with the BSWA.  Can not find temples run by ethnic Thai monks at all.  I think a comprehensive and complete list should be made available for enquirers.  Thanks you,  sawasdee, kapkhunklap. 


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Sawatdee

excellent query, it has been asked several times

unfortunately there is no one volunteer come forward to development the information.

If anyone is interested to compile a list we can publish it

we created a WA Thai Biz Directory
http://www.wat.austhai.biz/Home/wa-thai-businesses

it shows some detail about Temples in WA. The link is to a page about BSWA (Buddhist Society of WA), we show details of the temples.

I will pass a link to this article to T.A.A.WA (Thai Association WA)  - they may have something to add.

Can I say, I find Thai culture/style is not lots of Publications, they prefer personal communication.  This means you need to call someone ie., the Local Thai Association or go along to prayer session at a BSWA venue and socialise with people.

there is an article in this forum called "how to I meet Thai people in WA).  To find it... in the top right section of this forum is a link called "Popular tag words"  - select the tag called seek and it will be displayed or use the link below
http://auswathai.activeboard.com/forum.spark?aBID=127609&p=90&tag=seek

adding tag words (this is a unique or specific word that helps find the article). In the  help section we explain how to use tag words.

when you click on the link for tag word it shows the other popular tag words at the top of the page.






















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