Timings : 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Originally known as Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Chang Songkhram has one of the largest Sri Lankan style bell-shaped chedi in Sukhothai. Around the main chedi, there are several smaller chedis placed receding in size as they move towards the top. You can walk a little north of the temple where the monument of King Ramkamhaeng lies that locals usually visit.
Initially known as ‘Wat Klang Na’ meaning temple in the middle of paddy fields, Wat Chana Songkram has had many names over the ages. It was finally named as Wat Chana Songkram meaning ‘victory of war temple’ after the Thai won three times over the Burmese between 1785–87. This beautiful Buddhist temple has a massive Buddha statue in the Subduing Mara position. It is open to visitors every day without any entry fee.
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