The temple of Wat Sa Si, built in the 14th century, is located on the central sector island, near Wat Mahathat.
The highlight in this sanctuary, flanked by a body of water filled with lotus flowers, is a seated Buddha, accompanied by 6 relatively well-preserved chedis and several columns.
In addition, there is a standing Buddha with two large chedis in the background. It is here that the Loy Kratong festival (festival of light) is held annually, in November. On this day, the locals deposit thousands of candles to float in the lake that surrounds the island, creating a beautiful spectacle of light.
To see Wat Sa Si You’ll spend 100 baht ( $3,10 / 2,7€), regarding the entrance in the central sector of the historical park.
It is open from 6 am to 9 pm.
Location and how to get there:
The temple is located in the central sector, still within the city walls, a few hundred meters northwest of Wat Mahathat.