The Wat Mahathat is located in Sukhothai Historical Park, Ayutthaya, Thailand. was built in 1374 (the Sukhothai Dynasty) as one of the earliest Khmer pagodas built in Ayutthaya. The Mahatai Temple was inferred by archaeologists as the center of administration and belief of the Sukhothai dynasty (AD 1238-1438), the first empire created by the Sukhothai dynasty for the Thais, although the Buddha statue was tinned The influence of Lan and Khmer Buddhist art, but still built a "walking Buddha" Buddha statue to create a unique style, fully embodying the power of Buddha's compassion and silence, showing the unique Buddhist aesthetics of the Sukhothai Dynasty. In 1767, the great city was destroyed by the Burmese army and set fire to the temple Buddha statue... Mahatai Temple is most favored by tourists than the Buddha statue in the tree in front of the temple. This statue is closed and peaceful. Quiet and calm, and integrated with the Bodhi tree.