Random images from the royal town of Sukhothai.
Images of Wat Chedi Ngam, a forest temple featuring a large bell-shaped chedi in Singhalese style on a high square base.
Images of the regal Wat Si Chum in the ancient Thai city of Sukhothai, whose mandapa holds a huge seated Buddha image. The temple dates to the 14th century, and features mages from the life of Buddha that are the oldest surviving examples of Thai drawing.
Wat Mahathat, the most important temple in the historical royal city of Sukhothai, was founded in the early 14th century as the main temple of the Sukhothai Kingdom. Based on the Mandala, the main lotus bud-shaped stupa represents the universe, and is surrounded by smaller stupas in eight directions.
Images of Wat Mangkorn in Sukhothai.
Images of Wat Pasak in the royal city of Sukhothai.
Images of the elegant Wat Phra Phai Luang in the royal city of Sukhothai, built in the late 12th century during the reign of the Khmer Jayavarman VII.
Located on a small island in the middle of a lotus flowers-filled pond, 14th century Wat Sa Si is one of the most attractive monuments of the ancient royal city of Sukhothai in Thailand.
Images of Wat Saphan Hin in Sukhothai.
Founded in the late 12th century, Wat Si Sawai is one the oldest temples in the royal city of Sukhothai in Thailand. The temple was dedicated to Vishnu and was consecrated as a space for the Thiruppavai ceremony before the foundation of Sukhothai Kingdom.
Images of Wat Sorasak in the royal city of Sukhothai, founded in 1412, and featuring a Lanka-style stupa surrounded by elephants and decorated with a seated Buddha image on a square base.
Images of Wat Tuk, founded in the time of Sukhothai Kingdom, featuring an 8 metre mandapa with a seated brick Buddha statue.