Wat Chedi Yod Thong is a historic Buddhist temple in Phitsanulok, Thailand. Wat Chedi Yod Thong was constructed during the Sukhothai era. The main chedi was built in a lotus shape. And, the top of the lotus can be indicated that the top of it was added the spire on top once again.
This building is the only architecture remains of Sukhothai period that was left until today.
The sanctuary is situated right in front of the main chedi. It is in a rectangle shape. But, unfortunately, it is in a very worn-out state. Only the base which is nine meters wide and 22 meters long with 0.5 meters high are left. Besides, Phra Buddha Toa is placed inside Wat Chedi Yod Thong for the visitors to pay homage to.
The temple is famous for its Sukhothai-style bud shaped chedi. This chedi is the only remaining one of this style in Phitsanulok Province.
On the campus, there is a complex of monk houses, facing a small lake, and there is a small, modern temple structure nearby.
Wat Chedi Yod Thong
Location: 4 Paya Suer, Nai Mueang, Mueang Phitsanulok District, Phitsanulok 65000 Thailand