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Vipassana Meditation Retreat in Thailand

1. February 2023 - 7. February 2023


Wat Prayong Gittivanaram has been founded by the venerable Phra Acharn Phet in 2007. At that time there was only a pond surrounded by a small walking path and just enough space to build a simple wooden hut where acharn stayed to practice meditation. Within a short time people knew that there was a meditating monk and many came to pay respect to him and ask him for advice on how to solve their problems in life. After a few months the owner of the land offered a piece of land to him and they started to build a hall where the monks and laypeople could do meditation practice and chantings. At that time Phra Acharn Phet told his close students already that “in future there will be thousands of westerners and thais practicing meditation here”.

In 2009 Mae Chee Brigitte an austrian nun and meditation master, came to help teaching meditators in english-, german- and thai-language. Now Wat Prayong is open for practitioners from all religious backgrounds and traditions. It is a place known for open-mindedness and respect for all living beings. Everyone is welcome at Wat Prayong.



1. February 2023
7. February 2023


Wat Prayong Gittivanaram
Wat Prayong Gittivanaram International Meditation Center, 22 Moo 4 Prachsamran Road, Klong 12, Nong Chok
Bangkok, Nong Chok 10530 Thailand


MC Brigitte


  • Bill Fairthorne
    Posted June 14, 2021 1:10 pm 0Likes

    Subject Covid I would be interested in attending the February 2022 retreat.
    The structure is very similar to a previous course in Chiang Mai.
    I have only one question and is relation to the accommodation , can you please advise.


    Bill Fairthorne

    • MediTaTionReTreat
      Posted August 29, 2021 8:59 am 0Likes

      i am not sure it will be possible to give the retreat in February. let’s see how the covid situation develops. hope it works out…
      best wishes mc brigitte

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