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This place was about The victory of The King who protect land from the enemy until to be Thailand to present.This location was not far from Wat Phra Sri Sanphet about 5 km.This area was so big area no shop no anything serve you just...More
well worth a visit , with the golden mount next door , both laid out in such well attended gardens , it is a place of worship and adoration for the Thai people and this is reflected in th way the park is laid out...More
The King Naresuan Monument is located at a round-about along a massive boulevard that also happens to lead to the Golden Monument (Wat Phukhao Thong). There is the monument of the King on horse-back at the top and surrounding this monument is a plaque as...More
King Narasuan who is one of the great kings of Thailand and has a murky past; he was given away by his father who lost a battle and had to forfeit to the winner. After many years in Burma this guy returned and helped the...More
Located in front of the Wat Phukhao Thong Wat is this monument surrounded by big statues of colorful roosters. Also located in front of the wat itself is an altar with more roosters.
I wondered what the story about these roosters. I took a lot...More
The statue of King Naresuan the Great, savior of Ayuthaya is often visited and worshipped by Thais. The highlights are giant rooster statues given by people whose wishes were granted and the bas reliefs depicting scenes from King Naresuan's life. It is located at a...More
The monument was built in honor of King Naresuan the Great, for later generations to recall his bravery, to preserve the historic site, and to become a new tourist attraction for the province."'
the sun was high up when we visit this monument. This was...More