Wat Choem Chuen archaelogical site

Perhaps not worth the price

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What we say: 3 stars

Near Wat Phra Si on the way back to the historical park, the ruins of Wat Choem Chuen are best known for a nearby archaelogical site.

It is there you can walk on a footbridge over excavated human skeletons from between the third and 11th centuries AD, which rest some seven to eight metres below ground level.

Wat Choem Chuen itself was a small temple constructed later during the Sukhothai period, and today it features little more than a few stone columns and a small shrine area.

The fee for both the ruins and the archaelogical site is 100 baht, and unless you're an archaeology buff it doesn't seem worth the price.


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