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Ina sense just another Temple but this time its meanings and reference to the reclining Buddha becomes most interesting. Things to learn and educate. Something to visit and then relate to the other Temples around the country.
This is one of the few things in Ayutthaya that are free to visit. It is a large reclining Buddha with some Wat ruins behind it.
We spend maybe 10 minutes walking around and taking some photos, it was not very busy at all, but...More
This is the cultural heritage of Thailand where Buddhism is considered as a major religion. The reclining Buddha statue of Ayutthaya is one such beautiful historic place. One thing to be noticed is that this place is not well maintained and the ancient ruins are...More
This is another must-see buddha statue in Nirvana position. Made up of white finishing. Behind that is a temple and in this case a Hindu temple. But sadly destroyed by the Burmese army in the 18th century. Nevertheless, great experience to be here and part...More
9 Wat Lokkayasutha
The add-on to my original list of 8 WATs to see
Was in the area to see WAT Phu Khao Thong (GOLDEN/WHITE MOUNT)
GIANT RECLINING BUDDHA
Near a lagoon near Wat Phu Khao Thong
Short motorbike ride, about 10-15+...More
The entire Ayutthaya complex is worth a visit. Well maintained, clean and tourist friendly. Sadly not much effort has been taken in highlighting information for the curious person. So you just go there, gape at everything and come back.