Wat Mahathat is located in the center of Ayutuye, Thailand's oldest capital city. It is surrounded by ditches. It was built by Buddhist temples from the Indian King until it was completed in the reign of King Li Tai in 1345. It belongs to Royal temples. There are 209 pagodas and 10 monasteries in the Central Plains of the temple, but most of them are only foundation. The temple has a central tower, surrounded by small pagodas with niches and temple-style pagodas. The central pagoda is built of laterite and then painted with plaster. The lotus bud-shaped top pagoda is called Sukhotai style, which is different from other countries'pagodas.
The correct spelling of the temple is Wat Mahathat Yuvarat Rangsarit. The temple is between the Grand Palace and the National Museum, near the bus stop. The doorway is clearly marked and easy to find. The regulations and architectural style of temples are the same as those of other temples. Because of the geographical constraints, the temple size is not large. If you visit, you can watch it carefully in an hour. If you have no particular preference for Buddhism or temples, this is not the best place to visit. Although the temple is close to the scenic spot, foreign tourists rarely enter, mostly locals. If you enter a visit, you should keep your clothes and conduct appropriately.
There are several exquisite buildings and numerous Buddhist statues in the corridor. Apart from religious buildings, this complex is also the site of the monk's residence. These monks chant sutras along the narrow leaf-decorated path. There is a meditation center.
A very distinctive temple, more brilliant, Thai people go to many, many Buddha statues, pay attention to respect Buddha statues.
The feeling of the Grand Palace can only be described by its brilliance.
The characteristic of this building is a lot of gold, haha.