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It is a great old temple where was not burnt during the war in Ayutthaya period. It is a great temple. You should visit the small place on the backside, you will find a silver Buddha Image. It is really old and nice.
This temple was safe during the war as the invader troop used the temple as a camp.
The temple have been active and well maintain since it was firstly build. The ordination hall and the principle Buddha image inside is the gem of Ayutthaya arts....More
This was a very interesting tour. We not only met a monk who personally blessed & performed simple protection rites on each of us but also gave us charm bracelets to wear & keep. The interaction was new & interesting. Gold leaves for offering were...More
Saturday 4th March we visited this site as part of our tour of Ayutthaya, there were 2 Temples to visit.
The first one was the Temple of the dressed Buddha,, which is dressed to reflect the season and is of great importance
What a beautiful...More
Our guide took us here to show us an example of one of the few temples that survived the Burmese army. Fairly small but just as engaging as some of the bigger temples and buddhas. Having the guide was really helpful for background history &...More