Located nearby grand palace. It's a temple & meditation center. The read building at the entrance is beautiful
About Wat Mahathat Yuwaratrangsarit
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This sprawling temple complex is home to several exquisite buildings (temples, halls, shrines). The countless images of Buddha lining the hallways are both beautiful and peaceful. In addition to the religious structures, the complex is also home to the living quarters of monks which are...More
This temple is one of the Royal temples in Bangkok and inside you can expect the grandness of the temple. This temple also has a meditation center which provides walk-in meditation class every day from 1-3pm. At the meditation center, there is also a meditation...More
Wat Mahathat or Wat Maha That is located one hour north of Bangkok and is an important historical place. Once one of the largest global cities of the world. You will be able to see ruins of the old temple who are left in old...More
Went back after 37 years and still have the same peaceful and amazing feeling at the temple. A lot lot more visitors but very well organised and recommend anyone visiting Bangkok to take the time to go and see this temple.
The site was with good information on how those Buddha became headless. The site is around 1 hour ride from Bangkok city. A must visit for travellers to Bangkok.
The site was interesting enough but is more of a functioning meditation center than a wat with great cultural or historical significance. That said, the visit was interesting although we felt a bit like we were intruding on the religious practices of others. We were...More
A very nice place to visit. More than an hour ride from Bangkok, Ayutthaya. Main attraction is the Buddha's head in tree roots. Most of the Buddha there are headless.
Learnt that this is one of the oldest Buddhism temples just a few minutes walking distance from the Grande Palace. Very well-maintained with friendly monks who explain about the history and the cultural heritage of this temple. Definitely recommended to visit.
this main temple of the mahanikai lineage of thai therravada buddhism, has a section 5 where meditation classes in english are given.