Wat Na Phramen

This was the only temple left intact at the time Ayutthaya fell, as it was used as a military headquarters by the Burmese army. It houses a beautiful Buddha image inside, fully decorated in regal attire, the signature style of the Late Ayutthaya Period. The main chapel boasts an ornate hand-carved wooden gable and baluster windows, a unique architectural feature of the Middle Ayutthaya Period (1488 – 1629). 


Location: North of the Royal Palace, across the river to the outer city area 

How to get there: From the Royal Palace, head north on Naresuan Road and cross the bridge, then continue about 20 metres and the temple is on your left.