The Royal first class of Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan (formerly named Wat Phra BaromaThat)is located in Nakhon Si Thammarat province. This temple is one of the most important historical sites in southern Thailand and also for all of Thailand.
According to the legend of Phra BaromaThat, Prince Thanakuman and Queen Hem Chala brought Buddha relics to Had Sai Keaw and built a small pagoda to mark the location. Later on, King Si-Thamma Sokarat established the city of Nakhon Si Thammarat and built a new pagoda. The present pagoda has a distinctive Sri Lankan style, measuring 55.78 metres high (measured by the Fine Arts Department during the renovation of the gold top in 1995). The height from the lotus base to the gold top is 6.80 metres. The top is entirely covered by pure gold. Now the temple in restoring and repair so as to return it to its original condition.The main Stupa (chedi) is under restoring and closed partly from visitor.
The Yaowarat Gate of temple Wat Phra Mahathat.
The Wiharn DhammaSala and with Big Phra Ruang statue venerated at front side.
Inside the Wiharn DhammaSala is located the old Chedi.
The main Phra Buddha statue venerated inside the wiharn. This wiharn is still open for visitor since temple is restoring process.
The photo taken with Phra BaromaThat Chedi.
The walkway to the Phra BaromaThat Chedi.
The photos taken with Jatukham RamaThep and his Guardian statues.
The door is close for visitor because the Phra BaromaThat Chedi is under restoring. (if you want to see more Phra BaromaThat Chedi image, please see my previous posted of Wat Mahathat).
Just opposite the entrance door, located the Big Phra Ruang Buddha statue.
At base of Phra BaromaThat Chedi is Wiharn ThapKaset with a lot sacred statues and statue of Luang Phor Panya.
The sacred statues and beautiful mural paintings.
The Phra Wiharn Kod is closed to public because of restoring, included Wiharn SamJom and Wiharn Maha Katyayana also closed.
The small shrine that next to museum.
The pigeon fly to my hand.
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