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Wat Chana Songkhram

The dazzling temple is built around the Singhalese style, from the chedi, viharn and ubosot. Located on the north of Mahathat Temple, make sure you visit the unique chedi near CharotWithithong Road an...

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Wat Chang Lom

This Ceylonese style temple sits upon the north of Chotwithithong Road and stands out with its bell-shaped chedi with 3-tiered square bases that sit on the rows of elephant sculptures acting like carr...

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Wat Chedi Jet Taew

The Chedi Jet Taew got its name from its seven rows of chedi which were built in many styles like Lankan, Pagan, and Srivijaya and is claimed by Prince Damrongjanuphap that this temple could be where ...

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Wat Maha That

Mahathat Temple is one of the oldest and most significant temples in Thailand. According to the historians, they think that the temple was established in the 13th century and was rebuilt in the beginn...

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Wat Nang Phaya

The focus of this temple is the main chedi in Lankan style. Like Chang Lom Temple, the chedi here also contains the sculpture of the elephants. Roam for another interesting site which is the viharn ma...

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Wat Phra Si Ratana Maha That

"Wat Prang," as it's called by the locals, dates from the early 13th century, making it one of the oldest temples in the Si Satchanalai area. The large corn-cob prang is a strong clue that the temple ...

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Wat Sa Si

Sa Si Temple boasts overthe Singhalese-style chedisituated on the main sanctuary located on the island in the middle of TraphangTrakuan Pond. A large viharn contains a stucco Buddha image and there ar...

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Wat Si Chum

Known as the temple of the bodhi tree, Wat Si Chum was built in circa 13th Buddhist century. The highlight is the graceful Buddha sculpture enshrined inside the remaining structure of the square manda...

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Wat Si Sawai

The main highlights of the historic site of Wat Si Sawai are the tree prangs (pagodas) that feature the Lopburi architectural style with an influence from Hindu belief, adjacent to an ordination hall ...

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Wat Traphang Ngoen

Traphang-Ngoen Temple features thestunning stucco of the Buddha. And just like other temples, there is a viharn on the front, the pond on the east, and an island with an ubosot. This temple was alread...

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