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Wat Phra Si Ariyabot

Wat Phra Si Ariyabot

Address:Nong Pling, Mueang Kamphaeng Phet District, Kamphaeng Phet 62000
Region:Northern Thailand

Wat Phra Si Ariyabot

Similar to Wat Phra Non, features a well and bathing place in front. It is surrounded on all four sides by a wall of upright laterite slabs. Inside the wall in the front, there is a massive wihan on a 2-metre high base with low railings of rectangular laterite balustrades and a lintel over its front porch.

The temple’s principal monument is the cruciform mondop facing 4 directions, each of which is faced by a Buddha image of 4 different gestures; namely, walking, sitting, standing, and reclining.
Only the immense standing Buddha image still remains at present. The image features a face of the Kamphaeng Phet school of Sukhothai art, i.e. having a wide forehead and tapering chin.