The Chao Phraya River
Wat Kudi Dao, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province
Wat Kudi Dao was built in the period of King Narai and King Boromakot took three years to restore this temple is the typical late Ayutthaya structures the building with slightly curve at the middle of the long side and the rounded stupa with pillars supporting its prong.

A large temple which is presumed to have been constructed in the middle Ayutthaya period. In 1711, during the reign of King Thai Sa it was restored and resulted in the architectural style seen today. This temple according to historical ducuments, was a residence of "Phra Theb Muni", an important forest-dwelling high-ranking priest.


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