The first temple we went to see and you will find here a reclining Buddha that is covered in orange cloth.
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The statue is very big and impressive. It is easy to found because it is in the main park of Ayutthaya. The statue is usually covered by yellow clothes.
The restored but burnt reclining Buddha image in Ayutthaya to me was just as if not more impressive than the much more famous image at Wat Pho in Bangkok. There is just something about the way it rests in a field that made it stand...More
Unless you must see the biggest, there are other more interesting sites in Ayutthaya to visit. It is a large, sparse monument, a little off the beaten track. Nevertheless, tour buses seem to frequent this Wat, which is at present, disrobed.
I visited here as part of a day tour from Bangkok. The Reclining Buddah Statue is 15 metres long & the largest buddah in Ayutthaya. Highly recommended.
Situated between Wat Worapoh and Wat Worachettharam the Temple of the Reclining Buddha is properly known as Wat Lokayasutharam, and lies on a north/south line, not traditionally facing east. It was constructed of bricks and cement in the Middle Ayutthaya Period (15th century). The statue—aka...More
We came here as part of our tour in Ayutthaya. The reclining Buddha lays on a large terrain with many other attractions (mostly ruins). We had about an hour to walk around. It was a really nice place to visit but certainly not one of...More