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Wat Si Chum

Sukhothai, Thailand
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It was busy with building traffic when i went to see it but it was still worth it. You need a... read more

Reviewed February 22, 2017
stephendunn112
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Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom
#2 in the Wat list

If you've decided to visit Sukhothai Historical Park then visit Wat Mahathat first and this the... read more

Reviewed February 15, 2017
Taylo102
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Metro Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota
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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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Reviewed February 22, 2017

It was busy with building traffic when i went to see it but it was still worth it. You need a bicycle or car to get there but you wont regret it.

Thank stephendunn112
Reviewed February 15, 2017 via mobile

If you've decided to visit Sukhothai Historical Park then visit Wat Mahathat first and this the second "must see". But not necessarily the second to do item if time allows pursuit of happiness. This Buddha is unique and takes only half an hour if you...More

Thank Taylo102
Reviewed February 5, 2017

I thought this buddha was delightful peering out from the building. On closer inspection you can see how beautiful the fingers are and serene the facial features.

Thank pbhPlymouth
Reviewed January 23, 2017

This is one of Sukhothais best. Geographically a bit away from the rest of the historical park, this Buddha is simply mind blowing in both size and expression. A must. We went there during rain. It was mystical, and we were alone. Only a local...More

Thank Euroz
Reviewed January 17, 2017 via mobile

I visited this Wat about 20 years ago it is still in great condition given the amount of visitors it gets. I personally feel it is a very beautiful Buddha and worth taking the time to visit. It is very large and hard to take...More

Thank Wendy T
Reviewed January 12, 2017

This sight is bound to be on most visitors “must see” list, and it is easy to see why. It is unique, and worth a visit, just to see the mondop, although there are other ruins on site as well.

Thank FyingKiwi
Reviewed January 11, 2017

While approaching Wat Si Chum you just see this stunning sitting Buddha image peering through the slit in the outside brick work its not until you get closer and about to walk through and pass the gates at the entrance it hits you. Its just...More

Thank petergab10
Reviewed December 28, 2016

One of the most beautiful Buddha statues I have seen - don't miss it when you visit Sukhothai. Reflects so much history.......

Thank Ru E
Reviewed December 27, 2016

I love him,and visit every time I go to Sukothai. The beautiful slender hand with gold fingers on many postcards in Thailand,belong to him.One can only reach the finger tips! Wat si chum refers to the mondop housing the vast Buddha. He has the most...More

Thank dabarnes908
Reviewed December 23, 2016

I'm Thai but this is such a unique temple that I've never ever seen in any where else. It is very interesting architecture, in my opinion. How can people from ages ago built this amazing temple. Definitely a must to visit, if you go to...More

Thank murrayviolet
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