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This is a very peaceful wat. You can enter the main building up steep steps and see the remains of the Buddha. There are bats in this room and it is quite smelly. You can hear the bats chirping the Buddha itself is being restored....More
Had seen it while going around Ayutthaya but no easy route to it by road so boat trip quicker and easier way to visit. Couldn't find the entrance, but boatman pointed us in the right direction, passed the toilets. Interesting entrance and the Prang itself...More
A very quiet and local visited temple ruins. You should definitely add this to your list of places to go while in Ayutthaya.
The stairs to the temple are guarded by giant stone snakes, these were installed after the legend of this Wat when the...More
Unlike many wats in Thailand this is one the large tour buses don’t do because it’s off the beaten path you would need a private guide for this customized experience.
If you go into the wat beware of the bats and watch the floor, you...More
Granted that Ayutthaya is full of Wat ruins, we were looking to check out something unique after a few Wat visits. Then came along Phutthaisawan, located next to the river with a much needed welcome breeze on hot day! The statue of the snake supposedly...More
Beautiful and a very peaceful wat. Adjacent to newer temple and another old wat in restoration.
What I like most:-
1. The reclining Buddha
2. Naga [snake] Buddha statue - believed to protect Buddha while meditation.
3. Sleeping Buddha
4. Prang Prathan - the beautiful...More