Ce temple et ses trois chedis sont l'emblème de la ville d'Ayutthaya. Ils sont incroyablement bien conservés et entourés d'autres chedis plus petits et plus abîmes ainsi que de quelques restes de statues et de murs d'enceinte.
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Open: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Entrance fee: 50 baht
To go visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet, you can also book one of the tours above.
How to get to Wat Phra Si Sanphet ?
To visit this temple like all the temples in the center of Ayutthaya, you can get there by renting a bike from one of the many rental shops or from your hotel or guesthouse (which sometimes make them available for their customers for free) or hire a tuk-tuk driver and ideally make a whole city tour with it for a price around 200 THB per hour.
Offered in English Explore the old temples in Ayutthaya Historicla Park and go visit Bang-Pa-In Palace with a variety of beautiful architectural styles and a church-inspired Buddhist temple. Then, let's enjoy afternoon shopping and relax at a local market !
Offered in English Join the trip with me for exploring Ayutthaya both the Glory and their way of life which relates to the water, the temple and the wood house through the woven carp center, the historical study center, 3 old temples and taking the boat to survey the city.
Offered in English Are you looking for an easy day trip to squeeze into your Bangkok itinerary? Then be sure to check out Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is an hour drive from the capital. It is often described as a photographer's dream destination.
Offered in English In this trip, I will take you to visit the six main Thai temples in the past! Now, they are the major tourist attractions in Thailand. You will be comfortable along the ride in my 7 seater car! Join me, and you'll have the trip of your life!
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Rules to respect when visiting a temple
Wat Phra Si Sanphet is a temple and when you visit a temple in Thailand there are some rules to know and follow :
Dress properly (knees and shoulders should be covered)
Take off your shoes when entering the buildings
Don't hug or kiss
Don't point your feet to Buddha's image
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