About the Temple:

Phra Ram Temple is located in Ayutthaya Historical Park, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

The ancient Temple of Ayodhya is known as Wat Phra Ram. The wonderful temple is near Phra Nakhon Si, Ayutthaya in Thailand. Built-in 1912 by King Ramesuan, Lord Ram inspires the temple. This sacred place depicts the profound cultural impact of Ramayana in Thailand. This Buddhist temple is a must to visit while visiting Thailand Ayutthaya city. It has headless limbs, destroyed statues that tell the story about the war that happened years ago. Thailand has a strong connection with India, Whether it regards its language, food, or cultural beliefs. There are a lot of similarities between India and Thailand. Such similarities are depicted through the Wat Phra Ram temple as well. Due to such shared values, Thailand attracts a lot of Indian tourists. 


Opening Hours: 8:00 to 18:00

Admission Fee: 10 BAHT to locals, 40 BAHT to foreigners


The architecture of the temple is mysterious due to the overlapping of walls and royal court complex. The temple has a grand lake in front and a massive square platform with statues on it. With seven assembly halls, 28 assorted size pagodas, and prang inside the ordination hall, the temple portrays eternal charm. The center located in the historical Park has impressive leafy grounds and a peaceful environment. One can climb trees, a cluster of smaller chedis to have a great view of the historic Park.


They wrote a long poem named “Khun Chang Khun Phaen” about wat Phra ram on a true Prince story. Overall, the whole temple depicts the facts of Buddhist culture. One can stroll around the acred place, click pictures, and know the deep history of the temple and its connection to Hindu God Ram and Ravan. Indian tourists enjoy this place due to its association with Indian mythology and beliefs. A beautiful historical site worth your visit!


One can reach the temple by car, taxi readily available in the city at affordable prices.