Pilgrimage to 9 temples in Ayutthaya

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Wat Phanan Choeng Worawihan It is a royal temple of the second class, Woraviharn type, Maha Nikaya style, built since the Ayutthaya period as the capital city. (From the testimony of the old townspeople said that it was the 15th royal temple) located in the administrative area of ​​the Sangha of Tambon Hor Rattanachai. Located on the east side of the Chao Phraya River. South of the city island The... read more
Wat Yai Chaimongkol is a magnificent ancient royal monastery, more than a mere place of worship. It has been the pride of Siamese people since the 13th Century. Its very existence conveys a sense of the power of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, which once expanded in all directions. From Siam to cover part of Burma to the northwest, then stretched to the east to the whole of Laos and Cambodia, and extended ... read more
Wat Ayothaya (Wat Derm) is located in the northern part of the Ayothaya Old City Conservation Area. Evidence of the building of the temple appears in the chronicles north.Phraya Prachakitchak Written in the Ionian chronicle that it used to be a palace in the Lavo period before Later, Phra Chao Luang raised it to be a temple since Chulsakracha passed 400 years ago (1581 B.E.) and also used to ... read more
Wat Mahathat is located in front of the grand palace. It was constructed in 1374 A. D. during the reign of King Boromma Rachathirat I and finished during the reign of King Ramesuan (1388-1395). The main prang collapsed during the reign of King Songtham (1610-1628). The restoration of this prang was probably completed during the reign of King Prasatthong (1630-1655) and the height of the prang was ... read more
Wat Na Phra Men Don't forget the lotus pond on the side of the moat. (Formerly the Lop Buri River) is accepted by many His Highnesses. Which was built earlier, probably at the same time in 2589 B.E. "What Merurachikaram Temple," This temple was originally preserved for building the crematorium to present the royal cremation of the King. One of the Buddha images from the Ayutthaya period, please co... read more
Phra Mongkhon Bophit, a large bronze cast Buddha image was originally enshrined outside the Grand Palace to the east. King Songtham commanded it to be transferred to the west, where it is currently enshrined and covered with a Mondop. Later in the reign of Phra Chao Sua, the top of the Mondop was burnt down by a fire due to a thunderbolt. Then, the King commanded a new building and the image were ... read more
Wat Lokaya Sutha is situated to the west of the Ayutthaya Grand Royal Palace.  No evidence has been found to indicate when it was built.  Only comparative study of art style of the temple main prang reflects early period of Ayutthay arts.
In front of the main Prang to the east locating with groups of Vihara buildings while behind the Prang is the Ubosot building being surrounded with gal...
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What Tha Ka Rong before the year 1549, about 450 years ago, does not appear to be an exception in any case.
According to the Royal Chronicles Wat Tha Ka Rong has played an important role in the history of Ayutthaya, located in the midst of two Islamic communities, Ban Thai and Ban Karong. Which is a Buddhist temple in the midst of the Muslim community
What Tha Ka Rong is located at Ban Thai. It is...
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Wat Bhuddhaisawan is located on west of the Chao Phraya River, Tambol Sam Phao Lom, Muang, Ayutthaya.
The temple is the location where King U-Thong stayed while the Grand Palace was being constructed. The main prang was build in 1352, perhaps making it the first Khmer-style prang constructed in Ayutthaya.
Many new constructions and renovations were added throughout the Ayutthaya period. After the...
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