Wat Khun Inthapramun is located 120 kilometers north of Bangkok in Ang Thong province about forty kilometers from Ayutthaya or Lopburi. This ancient temple built during the Sukhothai period houses the longest reclining Buddha in Thailand with 50 meters long against 46 meters for the one in Wat Pho in Bangkok
. The building which shelters it was devastated by a fire leaving the statue in the open air. Certainly little known to tourists, the temple and its Buddha welcomed several Thai kings who came to pay homage like King Borommakot in 1753, King Rama V in 1878 and 1908 and King Rama IX 1973 and 1975.
The temple also hosts a vegetable festival in January with tomato, cucurbit, pepper, aromatic plants...