Surrounded by water, this temple is very beautiful viewing from outside of the reservoir, especially the inverted image.
Tip: There are buses that leave you in the ruins for 30B (supposedly children pay less). tuk tuk drivers try to rip you off. This temple is set on an island. It has a beautiful wood bridge with a view to the lake. The Buddha is gorgeous and very well preserved. A must see.
Fantastic experience and a must for all who travel up North in Thailand. Beautiful lakes and ruins, lots of great outdoor restaurants all cheap and outstanding food. You can rent bicycles here and potter around at your leisure. We drove around in a Toyota Fortuner as we have young kids and air-con was a blessing. Sukhothai, like Uttaradit and Phisanalok... More
Wat Sa Si is another Wat which is situated opposite the lake of the Famous Wat Mahamat. It has a wooden bridge to go across to a small island, which is a nice stop to relax from the hot sun.
Located in the central zone on an small isolated island you cross a small wooden bridge to get to wat sa si which features a small chedi and some ruined columns. It is fairly small and unimpressive, particularly when compared to the larger Wat Mahathat which stands proudly across the lake. It does however provide optimum vantage point for taking... More
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