Wat Thammachak Semaram

An original religious site of the Dvaravati period, WatThammachakSemaram keeps so many artefacts here starting from bronze Buddha statues, fire clays, glass beads, fire clay looms, including a stone inscription tables. These items are moved to the Phimai National Museum though. The highlight here is a huge reclining Buddha sandstone statue, which is aged for a thousand years. Built in 657 AD, the gigantic tatue is 13.30 meters long and 2.80 meters high. There is another ancient sandstone Buddhist symbol in the form of cartwheel as well.

Open daily from 9.00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m.

Credit: TAT
Address : Ban Khlong Khwang, Tambon Sema, Amphoe Sung Noen, Nakhon Ratchasima

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