Dacheng Palace was once the capital of Thailand and one of the largest cities in the world. The Buddhist temples and statues here are world famous. The statue of the Buddha, shrouded in yellow silk, sat on the lotus seat. The eyes of the great Buddha gazed at the Mekong River and the frosty land under his feet, and the tranquility around him after historical washing. But the headless Buddhas were silent, as if telling stories they had experienced. Yachai Mengkong Temple, also known as Yachai Mengkao Temple, was built by the founder of the Great City Dynasty. Its architecture is exquisite and magnificent. It can be said that it is the oldest building in the Great City Palace. The temple is most famous for sleeping Buddha and pagoda. There are a large number of Buddha statues beside the pagoda. If you look carefully, you can find that the head and body of Buddha were not sculpted in the same era. It was originally because the original post road was built and the body of Buddha was cut down by all means for convenience, so as to fill the road by construction. The whole city is a museum, from the remnants of the ruins to feel the magnificence of the Great City Hall. The monuments are silent, but they tell one story after another. They are historical witnesses. They have witnessed the rise and fall of the Great City Hall. Now they still stand silently, adhere to the patience and tolerance advocated by Buddhism. They are weathered, incomplete and never complain.
Yachao Mengkong Temple is the penultimate temple I saw in the city. It is located in the southeast direction of the outskirts of the ancient city. It's still quite far from here. It takes about half an hour to ride a bicycle. This temple is also called Dajie Temple. You can tell by its name that it has something to do with the war. This is a monastery built during the reign of King Wutong, located in the suburbs of the city and southeast of the railway station in the same direction. One can see its great pagoda from a distance. It is also the tallest Pagoda in the city. King Narishan built the pagoda to celebrate his victory over the invasion of the Burmese army by riding an elephant. He also plans to build a large building to match the pagoda, which is nearby, called Phra cheditor chaimon - gkhon. The temple can be divided into several parts, one is the Great Buddha Pagoda, one is the back garden, another is the front garden, including the Buddha statues in the surrounding corridor, as well as the building. After entering a beautiful front garden, the green area of the front garden is still quite large. There are passages for tourists to walk. The pagodas here are all small pagodas, with small Buddha statues as the main ones. Then, when passing through the corridor, they will go to the Great Buddha Pagoda. There are quite a number of Buddha statues on the side of the corridor. They can be covered with yellow clothes by the 150 baht Buddha statues. The main pagoda is the most visited side, many people will go to see it, because after going up, you can really overlook many parts of the city, and in fact it is not particularly tired. After going up, it is really spectacular. The pagoda is very high. In order to highlight the hard-won victory, you can see that the rulers at that time were blood-based. After going up, there will be a place in the center of the platform where coins can be thrown down. It's good luck to drop coins on the plate below, but it's a pity that it won't work after two attempts. When you get down, you can walk to the back garden. There are also some statues of Buddha. The traffic here is relatively convenient, except for the distance, it is also a popular temple, so there are people everywhere, it is not easy to take pictures, parking is very convenient, the entrance tag is to collect 20 baht tickets, but in fact it is free here. Another interesting feature is that this is the "Tai_" scenic spot, where Wang Baoqiang worships Buddha is the temple.
Yachaimongkao Temple is part of the world cultural heritage of the city. Located in Bangkok, about 80 kilometers south of Grand City Hall. Dacheng is the second capital in Thai history. It has a large number of Buddhist architectural sites about 700 years ago. The temple is shocked by the original Buddhist architecture as soon as it arrives, unlike in many parts of the country where the protection of cultural relics is regarded as a renovation building. Tickets are not expensive, only 20 baht, about 4 yuan, this price is estimated to make the so-called domestic world cultural heritage more than shame, which do not want more than 50 yuan RMB, it is simply a tool for wealth. Back to the protection of cultural relics, the protection of the temple is commendable, giving people a shock of the soul, the description of the text has become pale and powerless, or to experience a heart-washing journey with pictures.
Outside the big city, the temple is not far from the railway station. There are 20 tickets. It is worth visiting. There are many people, mainly local people. The temple is well preserved. Walking left into the ticket hall is a big sleeping Buddha. You can buy lotus candles for worship. But the lotus is recycled. You take it out after respecting the administrator and continue to sell it. The big feet of Buddha statue are used for making a wish. If your coin sticks on the feet of Buddha, you can make a wish like this. It's not easy to measure it personally. On the right side of the sleeping Buddha is the main tower part, a very magnificent pagoda, surrounded by Buddha statues. You can look for it carefully. There are several black glazed beads with special gods in their eyes. The towers can be climbed, and the two great Buddhas facing them are very dignified. The next little Buddha came wearing yellow cloth. At noon, a woman pulled all the yellow cloth off and somehow felt good. In a word, the temple is worth visiting. There are parking lots and some souvenirs for tourists outside.
Yachao Mengkong Temple, also known as Yachai Mengkao Temple. The founder of the Great City Dynasty is said to be the oldest building in the Great City Palace. The "Tai_" is famous for taking a view here. Dengda Floating Tu touched the vicissitudes of life for a long time; gazed at the 28-metre reclining Buddha lying side-by-side in the ruins. His heart was calm and peaceful.
Yachai Mengkao Temple was built by the founder of the Great City Dynasty. Its architecture is exquisite and magnificent. It can be said to be the oldest building in the Great City Palace. The temple is much better preserved than other temples, and the length of stay should be a little longer. Visits should be arranged in the morning, and the light taken is definitely better than in the afternoon. One of the famous scenery spots of Taizong is here, which makes him very famous in China. It's a red card spot in Dacheng.
The ancient temples in the big city are much better than those in Angkor, Cambodia. Maybe it's because it's relatively close. The temple is complete. It's very well preserved. The walls of the temple are invisible. The temple buildings are still there. Those Buddha statues are very shocking.
Yachao Mengkong Temple is a well-preserved temple in Dacheng Mansion. Tai Pong's scenic spot climbs to the top of the tower. There are many small Buddha statues in it. There is a place similar to the patio where the bottom of the tower can be seen. We didn't ask for tickets when we went.