This temple is small outside the core area of the historical park. It is surrounded by water and connected to the outside by a wooden bridge. Compared with other temples, it has no bright spots, but it looks a little special under the lights at night.
The temple is beside the main road of the ancient city of Sukhothai. In fact, it is the place where tourists intensively dine, stay, massage, and get on and off the bus. There are monks chanting in the morning in the temple, and devout Thai people provide for the monks. One of the temples also enshrines the footprints of the Buddha.
Living in the inn in the opposite alley, I got up early to go to the monastery. The sunrise was beautiful. One day, I met a mage. After making offerings, I chanted sutras and kindly gave me a small Buddha. There are many catfish in the big lake next to the monastery. Some people buy bread to feed them. There is also a market. The Thai market is quite clean and they bought a lot of fruits.
In Thai, Jinchi Temple means the temple of Yinchi. There is a reservoir next to it. This temple was built in the 14th century. The main building is in the shape of lotus buds. There are four niches. The temple is built on an island. Above, the Buddha statue is very feminine and unique in Thailand.
Jinchi Temple is in the east of Sukhothai Ancient City, cross this bridge to enter. It is said that 700 years ago, Nang Noppamas, the concubine of the King of Sukhothai, used the oldest Brahman ritual to worship the God of Water to thank the God of Water. This is the origin of the Loy Krathong Festival. The most famous place to celebrate Loy Krathong in Thailand is Sukhothai Historical Park.
This Wat Traphang Ngoen Sukhotai architectural styles in both the shape of the Chedi as well as the images of the Buddha statue.Firstly the spire is constructed in the lotus shaped fashion that is specifically linked to a unique Sukhotai style.
Just a short way inside the east gate of old Sukhothai is Wat Traphang Thong, the "temple of the golden pond."It is the only one of the ancient temples within the old city walls that is still in active use.