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Wat Ket

Wat Ket

Wat Ket is a small and mostly overseen temple at one of the main intersections of the historic district of Ayutthaya, just across from Wat Phra Ram. The most notable structure of the temple is the redented stupa with a pointed top, almost like it doesn't belong together.  From the Wihan only the base remains today. 

Wat Ket is an example of a temple where you would normally not stop if you take public transportations (elephants included), that is why we like to walk through the historic city and discover new things every time. 

  Wat Ket

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