Wat Sorasak temple, founded in the 15th century, is located in the central sector of Sukhothai historical park, still within the city walls.
Framed in a wide area, where the green stands out and it is possible to glimpse other temples and ruins, the highlight resides in the sulptures of elephants that, side by side, make the base of the chedi and give caracter to the place.
They are a testimony to the influence of the religious culture of Sri Lanka, in the architecture of the kingdom that came to originate what we now know as Thailand.
To go there you have to spend 100 baht ( $3,10 / 2,7€) regarding the entrance fee for the central sector of the historical park.
You can visit it from 6 am to 9 pm.
Location and how to get there:
Wat Sorosak is located in the northern part of the central sector of the park, near the Sanluang gate, the north entrance of the city wall. It is close to Wat Phra Phai Luang.