Make sure you ask your guide to take a picture with this background. You can achieve that by driving outside the complex. Choose the spot where the Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is fronting the water.
About Wat Phra Sri Sanphet
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cannot be miss as well, nice temple, but some place under maintainance, not stroller friendly area, if yoi bring baby put at the carrier plus have fan and enough water for your baby, seem like no toilet to be seen around extra baby wipes ready,...More
All this complex is in a state of ruins unluckily. We really loved to see something so different from what we could find in Bangkok. It's something really different but nonetheless it is worth visiting and explore from various angles.
This is one of the temples in ruined at the historical park. The whole park has a bicycling route. Another option is to rent a private tuktuk for 3-4 hours. It costed me 1000 baht, but we could go easily everywhere at anytime and avoid...More
This is the largest and most important Buddhist temple in total ruins. It was once a residential palace. The place was destroyed during the war with the Burmese. Inspite of the temple being in ruins it still looks beautiful. We saw this place as part...More
Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is really a stunning place. There are three spires of the old temple surrounded by smaller monuments and the atmophere is wonderful. You can find this amazing wat in numerous movies, books and photos about Thailand. It is like a simbol....More