Located at Tambon Pratu Chai Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province Behind the royal palace And Pratuchai School Near Wat Worapho And Wat Worachettharam The highlight of this temple is There is the largest reclining Buddha image in the island of Ayutthaya.
History : Wat Lokayasutharam Assumed that it was built in the middle of the Ayutthaya period In the reign of King Nakharintharathirat Father Sam Chao Phraya, around 1995, this temple has the largest reclining Buddha image in the island of Ayutthaya. Enshrined in an outdoor brick building with a length of 42 meters and 8 meters high. The head turns north. His face turned to the west. Phrabath turned south.
The back is east The head has lotus flowers. His Majesty is overlapping into a right angle. Foot fingers are the same length There are lotus lobes supporting the head instead of the crown. Presumably was originally a Buddha image, not an IX But the restoration in the year 2499 would probably have fixed the head as the Buddha statue. Around the Buddha statue, there are 24 octagonal brick pillars, all of which originally would have been built to cover the reclining Buddha statue. But no evidence of when it had collapsed
This reclining Buddha was excavated by the liquor factory. Together with the Fine Arts Department in 1954 and later in the year 2532, the Empress Regulation Thamrongnawasawad and the family renovated the reclining Buddha statue to give merit to Mr. Thamrong and Admiral Thawalaw Thamrongnawasawad Former prime minister