Wat Ubosatharam

Popularly referred to as Wat Bot, Wat Ubosatharam is and old temple on the east bank of the Sakaekrang. Many wall murals in the style of early Rattanakosin period can be found inside the Ubosot and the Wihan, mostly depicting Buddhist Chronicles. Over the outside wall of the Wihan are portrayals of Buddha’s funeral and of the local way of life. Other interesting antiquities include Sema (stones marking the limit of the Ubosot), cabinets with Thai patterns containing scriptures, and the pearl-inlaid cover of begging bowl given by Rama V. There are also several buildings in old architectural style worth seeing.

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