Continuing from where I left off. Sorry, I've been busy with the Eid-Mubarak week long holidays celebrated in my hometown where internet is deemed a rare luxury. =p
Wat Phutthaisawan is said to be the first temple in which King Ramathibodi I (also known as U-Thong) lived in before setting up Ayuthayya as the capitol of Siam. (source I, II, III). I believe that on some bulletin post somewhere stated that visitors aren't allowed to climb any of the structures in the temple. I found out later so please forgive my impudence.
|So climb I did. To meditate.|
|I have not spotted any electric lights in this area. Maybe it gets pitch dark once night falls and their eyes will glow? =p|
|On the other side of that white wall is the Chao Phraya River.|
|A smiling Buddha who escaped the brutalization of the Burmese Army who chopped heads of the other Buddhas around Ayuthayya.|