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Wat Phra Sri Sanphet

| Pratuchai Subdistrict, Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
+66 35 242 284
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First built in 1448 A.D. during the reign of King Boromtrilokanath, this is the largest temple ruin in Ayutthaya.
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| Pratuchai Subdistrict, Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
+66 35 242 284
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful really beautiful place.... Worth a long drive from Bangkok...with a great hired private tour guide driver who knows his country 's history

Thank aubreytero
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Only 3 stupas left standing... aside from the 3, nothing much Can be seen here. But this pLace still is amazing thought.

Thank Mitzi R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful and well preserved ruins great for taking photos with the 3 Chedis. Loved exploring the grounds and almost every angle was a great photo opportunity. Do read up on the historical background of the place before you go to appreciate the beauty of it...More

Thank katwym
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Wat Phra Sri Sanphet (The Enlighten Buddha Temple) is part of the grand palace. The temple was build for the royal religious ceremony and house the king and royal family ashes. It was firstly build in 14-15th century and renovate extensively till the fall of...More

Thank kinglear13
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

A sacred ground were monks dwell, towering pagodas stood, ruined temples and were Buddhism is preserved & continue to flourish. An interesting walk through.

Thank batgurls
Reviewed 23 September 2017

You can purchase a package for 220 Baht/person to see 6 different temples, and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is one of them. Otherwise you have to pay 50 Baht/person for "each" temple/Wat. Today, the 3 stupas still stand, which we were told, contained the ashes...More

Thank SiYauKai
Reviewed 21 August 2017

Wat Phra Si Sanphet is where you can see the most iconic 3 massive prangs (reliquary towers) of Ayutthaya. In many postcards, calendars, or souvenirs of Thailand you can find the image of these 3 prangs. You can climb upto the top chamber of the...More

Thank Backpacker4mBD
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Recommended! For those who loves historical sites it is a must. If you are into photography this place is for you. If you are into archeology it is suitable 100%. I liked it a lot. go at sunset.

Thank Max N
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Many postcards sold in Ayutthaya contain the photos of this temple. You should go and take your own! The three main towers are gorgeous and you can climb up to the half of them. Observe the carvings on the surface of the tower.

Thank minimize940314
Reviewed 27 July 2017

This complex is amazing! Very well preserved and ver green. Gets quite hot because not much cover, but definitely a must visit. One of the best spots in all of Thailand.

Thank Matthew B
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