Thai Forest Dhamma

in the tradition of Lungphu Mun Bhuridatto

and his western disciples

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Wat Phu Khong Tong

The monastery

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Practicing in Wat Phu Khong Tong

Anyone who is interested in undertaking intensive meditation practice in a monastic environment under the guidance of Venerable Ajahn Martin is welcome to come and stay at our monastery without prior notice.

Please read the information sheet to have an idea about the routine and rules here.

If you have any specific questions regarding staying at the monastery, send us an email to, you may also do so using the form below.

Questions about Dhamma and practice

If you have questions about Dhamma or the practice you may send us an E-Mail to or use the form below. The question will be anwsered by Than Ajahn Martin in one of the upcoming talks.


We check our messages on a regular basis. If you don't get a reply within 1 or 2 weeks, please consider sending us directly an email to

Other requests

Book requests can be sent to:

Wat Phu Kong Tong (Forest Monastery)
Baan Tamklongpen, Nontan
Ampher Meuang
Nongbua Lamphu 39000, Thailand.
with "Book" in the subject line

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Luangta Maha Bua

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