#Wat Chaiwatthanaram

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Wat Chaiwatthanaram
Located on the bank of the Maenam Chao Phraya, to the west of the city island is Wat Chaiwatthanaram. Built in 1630 by King Prasat Thong to honor his mother, Wat Chai Wattanaram was conceived as a replica of the Angkor temple.

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SLOW LANE IN AYUTTHAYA
Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam during 1350-1767, has disappointed visitors when it comes to slow travel.

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NINE TEMPLES IN AYUTTHAYA : EXOTIC PILGRIMAGE IN THE HISTORICAL CITY
The old city of Ayutthaya is packed with Buddhist temples. Some are prestige as they were since centuries ago while some become ruins

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THE ANCIENT BUDDHA STATUE. WAT MAHATHAT, CHAINAT
Wat Mahathat or Wat Phra Mahathat, originally named Wat Huamuang

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WAT PHA TAK SUA : AN AMAZING WALK WITH MEKONG VIEW
In the chili dawn, the vast valley is filled with morning mist. The first light of the day slowly illuminates from behind the mountain.

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WAT PHA TAK SUA : AN AMAZING WALK WITH MEKONG VIEW
The 16-metre-long skywalk offers such a breath taking view overlooking both Thailand and Laos.

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Wat Prasat
Located on Inthawarorot Road, near Wat Phra Sing, is Wat Prasat where a rare Lanna style Buddha image is enshrined.

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Wat Nantharam
Wat Nantharam used to be called Wat Tai and currently houses Luang Pho Phut, a red sandstone Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

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Wat Phleng
Wat Pleng is an abandoned temple in Tambon Bang Kanun, near Wat Sai Yai where there is also an entrance to this temple.

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Wat Thai Wattanaram
Formerly known as Wat Mae Dao Ngiew or Wat Thai Yhai, located at Moo 1 Tha Sai Luad district, 5km from Mae Sord, around 84km.

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Wat Sak Noi
20, Moo 9, Tambon Watchalor. Wat Sak Noi, located 700 metres away from Wat Bang O, is an abandoned temple, with only a ruined vihara left.