Built in 1630 AD by King Prasantthong in the memory of his late mother, Wat Chaiwatthanaram has been the most impressive temple so far. It is said to resemble Angkor Wat of Cambodia which is still on my list of must-visit places in the future. Hehe. Also thought to built to commemorate the king's victory of Cambodia.
Unfortunately for us, the site was closed and we were only able to access the outer grounds. Sigh.
So these were the only pictures that I was able to take during our time there.
|So here's the signboard that forbade visitors to climb. Hehe.|
|"Jard, am so famished!" Rayyan was always complaining of being thirsty. =p|
|Arghh, why was it closed? Geram sehh~|
|Outside the site of Wat Chaiwatthanaram.|
|From the top: Continuing the boat ride back to the loading bay, we definitely enjoyed the view while we passed several places of interest, and lastly this is how the street looked like once we get off the boat.|