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The Cable Lift at Wat Doi Pa Som, Samoeng, Thailand
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The cable lift at Wat Doi Pa Som, Samoeng, Thailand, carries every supply neccessary for the construction of the temple, as well as groceries and food for the monks and workers. It is a massive task to bring everything to the mountain top.

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