Lord Ganesha

The statue of the Lord Ganesha “ is located in the heart of Isara Estuary, over a hundred years old plantatuon in Laem Pho Subdistrict, Mueang Krabi. This statue was built with the devotion of the Port Takola Yacht Marina’s project owner,Admiral Suriya and Mrs. Isariya na Nagara.

The symbols of Lord Ganesha

Conch Shell

A sacred ceremonies to bless and remove misfortune, it symbolizes wisdom, knowledge, and divine spells.


Symbolizes good behavior that eliminates dangerous obstacles.

Serpentine Power

the embodiment of self-control, the representative of wisdom.

Broken Tusk

Symbol of Diligence, goodness and gratitude


A symbol of knowledge that is beautiful and beneficial to society and ourselves.

Chawin Ransibrahmanakul

Lord Ganesha inaugurated by the Supreme Phra Maha Raja Guru Bidhi Sri Visudhigun

(Brahmin Chawin Ransibrahmanakul) the senior Brahmin, Devasathan Brahmin Shrines.

Pitak Chalermlao

‘Lord Ganesha ‘, was designed by the master sculptor. It is named after ’Takola’ – the most important Andaman Coast Port of the era, the Western maritime gateway to Suvarnabhumi – boasting a large community of Indian traders that existed during the time that closely resembled the Sri Vijaya Kingdom (8th-12th century AD), serving as inspiration for the creation adorned with decorative art patterns from the era of the Sri Vijaya.

The Sri Vijaya

The Sri Vijaya period is known for its significant influence on Thai culture and art. The distinctive artistic style of this era is characterized by intricate and robust designs that exude charm and beauty in Thai architecture. This style is a testament to the cultural and artistic flourishing during the Sri Vijaya period.