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This is a very large nicely carved reclining Buddha.It was not very crowded at all when we went. We found it worth a visit and for most people it would not be a long stop. There are, however, some other images, ruins and parkland at...More
Impressive in its own right, but nothing in comparison to the reclining Buddha in Bangkok or indeed the ruins in the rest of the Ayutthaya area. If you are in the area or on a tour, it’s a pleasant 15 minute stop - including a...More
This giant statue of the reclining Buddha lies in Ayutthaya surrounded by ruins . It's not very well maintained ,needs some upkeep compared to other sites nearby . There is an artist in the nearby shopping complex who sells very beautiful paintings made by hand...More
The place is not crowded, which in and of itself makes it worth the stop. It's peaceful and a nice place to picnic. Some good shopping, but the people selling flowers near the Buddha can be quite aggressive in their sales techniques.
We learned that there is a Buddha for each day of the week, two for Wednesdays! The reclining Buddha is a Tuesday favourite. Very impressive. We spent some extra time lighting some incense, putting water lilies out for good luck, or placing a piece of...More
We went to Ayuthaya by train from Bangkok. Then rent a motorbike to do our day-tour.
We visited quite a few famous places but had also been recommended to visit Wat Lokayasutharam where the big reclining buddha is located.
So it was a quick visit...More
The only reason to stop here is because it is part of an organized day tour. This is only a quick visit to look at a very large cement statue in the less often seen Buddha position of lying down. Since there are no gate...More