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Wat Chedi Si Hong

Wat Chedi Si Hong known for its well preserved and unique stucco decoration on this simple stupa-centric temple. Pay a visit while enroute to Wat Chetuphon.

Monument of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great

This monument was built to honour and commemorate King Ramkhamgaen, the great King of the Sukhothai period, who created the Thai alphabet (Lai Sue Thai).

Wat Chang Lom in Sukhothai

Wat Chang Lom, in Sukhothai Historical Park, located on a vast area of land enclosed by a ditch. This ruin has the famous 32 stucco-covered elephant sculptures surrounding the base of a bell-shaped chedi. However it only has front halves instead of its complete elephants like its neighbor Si Satchanalai.

Wat Si Chum

Wat Si Chum, known as the “temple of the Bodhi tree”, is the largest mandapa in Sukhothai. The Buddha's face can be seen through the mondop's slit opening.

Wat Sa Si

  Wat Sa Si known for situating on small islands, its round bell-shaped chedi and walking Buddha statue   Wat Sa Si situated in the middle of the large reservoir known as Traphang Trakuan which lies a few hundred meters Northwest of Wat Mahathat.This beautiful ancient temple consist the main round bell-shaped chedi, assembly hall (vihan) and...Read More

Wat Traphang Ngoen

Wat Traphang Ngoen contains a vihan (assembly hall) and a Sukhothai style main chedi with a lotus bud-shaped anda that sits in the east-west alignment.

Wat Sri Sawai

  Wat Sri Sawai is known for its three prangs with excellent exterior stucco decorations and its banyan tree.   Wat Sri Sawai is the most Khmer-styled temple remaining at Sukhothai. This temple was originally built for the worship of the Hindu gods and was later transformed into a Buddhist temple. This temple is demarcated...Read More

Wat Chetuphon

Wat Chetuphon in Sukhothai is known for its tall stucco bas-reliefs of standing and walking Buddhas and the thick enclosure wall made of bluish-gray slate.

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