The "Bodhisattva Temple" Wat Phra ram is located in the core of the ancient city, that is, the central position, which shows that the status of the temple is respected. No matter where you live in the ancient city, this is the center. Located outside the southeastern part of the Palace Museum complex, he was ordered by King Narishan to build the funeral home for his father, King Wutong. It can be said that it is one of the oldest temples in the city. As we all know, King Wutong was the founding king of the Great City Dynasty, so his funeral was very solemn at that time. As a royal temple, the system here is also quite high. In front of the monastery is a man-made lake called Nong sano, later renamed bung Phra ram, now also known as Phra ram public pak. In the lotus season, it can be full of lotus flowers, surrounded by the corn tower in the middle. The whole temple is still very wide in scope. It takes more than 20 minutes to walk around. There are many Buddha statues around it, but most of them are destroyed. The temple is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day, and the admission fee is 30 baht. If you buy a joint ticket, it is included. There are places around which motorcycles and cars can be parked. It is important to note that there is an elephant cruising area near here. Many elephants will be encountered. If necessary, they can be like a city cruise here.
This temple is the first temple I visited in Dacheng. It has 50 tickets and is also a scenic spot in 220 tickets. The main tower of the temple is shaped like corn cob, which is easy to identify. The Buddha statues inside have basically destroyed the rest of the base. Look at the introduction of the temple built 700 years ago is relatively old, specific Temple introduction see the translation of the map. Here is suitable for walking slowly. There are all the remaining Buddha statues outside the pagoda for a week. We can carefully find which one is good for preservation. I found a Buddha head "Sakyako". As shown in the figure, there are still some Buddha statues that are still alive, but none of them are complete.
Bolan Temple is the most famous monastery site in Dacheng Palace. Its architectural style is close to Khmer style. The shape of the pagoda is as beautiful as corn, which is very attractive. Each pagoda is carved with golden-winged bird Gallo, spiritual snake and walking Buddha, which is very luxurious and delicate.
WatPhraRam, here is translated into Pulan Monastery. The materials I saw are translated into Pala Monastery. I accidentally went to this scenic spot without tickets. Maybe it's because of Sunday. I don't know whether I need tickets on weekdays. Built in 1369 under the auspices of La Mei Xuan, the second generation king of the Great City Dynasty, the monastery is large in scale and can climb the pagoda. It is steep, with few tourists and can walk slowly. It can be seen that it used to be built with red bricks. It is said that the remains of the Wutong King are also buried here.
The architectural style of the temple is close to that of Khmer. The square corridor is composed of stone Buddha statues. There are many different styles of pagoda buildings. The beautiful Khmer-style pagoda now seen by tourists was later built by King Boromatlokana in the 15th century when he renovated the temple. Bodhisattva Temple has fewer tourists, there are rental Thai national costumes, want to take pictures of concave shape can come here.