Built by King U-thong in 1357 A.D., Wat Yai Chaimongkol (or Mongkon) is a popular site for both tourists and Buddhist worshippers alike. Boasting an impressive history that includes a Burmese invasion and attack, the temple houses numerous Buddha statues, along with a magnificent large reclining Buddha. Wat Yai Chaimongkol is still currently being used as a monastery.
In this Learning Experience, you will explore the concept of rituals and how they connect and define the themes of a literary work. On a greater level, you will learn about the importance of rituals and how they provide spiritual meaning and comfort to those who practice them. This Learning Experience is suitable for Lower Secondary Year 2 students and above.