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Wat Yai Chai Mang Khon

U-thong Road, Pranakorn Sri ayutthaya District, Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
+66 35 242 640
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U-thong Road, Pranakorn Sri ayutthaya District, Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
+66 35 242 640
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

As well as the amazing reclining Buddha there are lots of other ruins. There are step up the large Stupa, when you go inside you can see the central hole down to the ground floor. This would normally held a King's remains but is empty...More

Thank Charles_and_Susan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is one of the most preserved temples in Ayutthaya.. I love its structure and you can really see that there are lots of people praying inside the temple...

Thank Moonrayz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fundado en 1357, El Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon (o Mongkhol) fue uno de los primeros en ser construidos y uno de los más importantes. El propio Uthong, fundador del Reino de Ayutthaya, ordenó su construcción para los monjes budistas regresados de su adoctrinamiento en Ceylan....More

Thank Juan M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

amazing what you learn about Thailand when you visit this great unbelievable site with a great guide of course

Thank Francis V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This ancient temple is located the highest main stupa in Ayutthaya. It used to be the highest construction when it was built in 16th Century. The stupa is sacred among local as it commemorate to the independence war the kingdom from invader. The empire was...More

Thank kinglear13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The reclining Buddha was still under restoration when we visited Sept 14, 2017. In an open field amidst the walled ruins & whatever was left of the pagodas the giant statue rests. People continue to flock & worship under the midday sun. A small souvenir...More

Thank batgurls
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was the only Wat we came across that did NOT require an admission fee. Pretty interesting. You can park car, and walk over to reclining Buddha. You will need a wide lens on camera to capture full Buddha. We went on a weekday, not...More

Thank SiYauKai
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is one of the famous place in Ayutthaya in our previous capital city Beautiful place with history of Thailand

Thank Ladygreen7529
Reviewed September 8, 2017

We were taken by our Thai friend to visit here on May'2017. The entrance fee is 20 bahts and you can find a large reclining Buddha near the entrance.You can climb the stupa and see the surrounding gardens and buildings. There is also some great...More

2  Thank clvnlaw
Reviewed September 7, 2017

Best boat noodle shop just at the entrance of the temple ruin. Marhadthai Boat Noodles run by a sweet young thing called Orawan Marhadthai. You can't miss the shop as it has a boat right in front of the shop. The boat belonged to her...More

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