Suan Mokkh is a forest monastery along the coast of Southern Thailand, 600 km from Bangkok. It was founded in 1932 by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu and grew to become the most innovative and progressive Buddhist teaching center in Siam. Although Buddhadasa Bhikkhu has passed away, much of his work continues.
For meditation retreats at Suan Mokkh, see:
Kow Tahm Insight Meditation Centre is situated on a mountainside, amongst unspoilt jungle and coconut plantations, overlooking the southern shoreline of Koh Phangan. This beautiful location has been offering meditation retreats for over 25 years.
This recently established monastery in remote Northern Thailand, is led by Ajahn Achalo. Ajahn Achalo also leads meditation retreats in Malaysia and Australia, and conducts pilgrimages to the Holy Sites of India.
History of Buddhism in Thailand.