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Love the way they painstakingly restore the ancient stupa and merge it with the portions still in current use.
Do take off your shoes when you climb up the stupa. From above, you get a good view of the temple compounds.
Wat Yai Chai Mang Khon or the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory is one of the major attractions in the Ayutthya, the ancient capital. It has two parts - Stupa and Monastery. Stupa is believed to be built on exhumed and cremated site of two...More
So yeah. Escape the crowds and go to the back. You;ll see thousands of chicken statues. BEfore them, you'll see some big bodies of water that circumference the temple. The pond that has a little house on it is the one with the giant turtles.
Last sunday we visited the ancient capital of Thailand "Ayutthaya". A visit to the temples is a must. One of the most impressive monuments is undoubtedly the temple: "Wat Yai Chaimongkhon". Just outside the city, worth a visit in any case. The entire complex is...More
As temples go, this is a very impressive location and well worth a visit.
You are pretty much given the freedom to wonder around the whole area, and it’s a fair size location.
The buildings are impressive, there are more statues of cockerel’s than one...More