Wat Phra Phai Luang
Wat Phra Phai Luang is a group of ancient monuments of great significance. The buildings constructed in different phases., are impressive evidence of the evolution of Sukhothai art and architecture. Ancient monuments were built in the middle of an area enclosed within a moat. The oldest ancient monument are 3 buildings constructed in Prasat style. The norhern one is still complete, adorned with relief-stucco depicting the story of Buddha, that around the 13th century A.D. To the east of the Prasat are an assembly hall (vihara) and a pyramidal chedi, its sloping sides decorated with superimposed receding porches, for enshrining Buddha images. This chedi was rebuilt in different periods to replace the old ones. At the eastern extremity of this temple, a mandapa was built to enshrine Buddha images in the posture of walking, standing and reclining. This mandapa probably belongs to the late Sukhothai period around the 15th century A.D.