Wat Trapang Ngoen temple, founded in the 14th century, is in the central sector of Sukhothai historical park, near Wat Mahathat.
What really stands out is a seated Buddha image facing a vast lake. As a backgound, a well preserved chedi and in front of it a series of columns that still presist , resisting the passage of time.
The framing of this temple also makes it unique in the context of the park. Facing an island, which lies in the interior of a lake, in an area full of Lotus flowers, wich makes it an absolute must-see.
To visit Wat Trapang Ngoen the ticket costs 100 baht (2,7€ / $3,10 ), regarding the entrance fee to the central sector of the historical park.
You can go there from from 6 am to 9 pm.
Location and how to get there:
The complex is located in the central sector, 300 meters west of Wat Mahathat and you should visit both of them in a row.