Wat Suwannawat is located on the city island. It can be found in the corner Chikun Road and U-Thong Road, just before the Khlong Mueang Bridge. This renovated temple ruin can also be seen directly opposite Wat Racha Praditsathan.
Wat Suwannawat was aligned to an east/west axis facing toward Khlong Pratu Khao Pluak (now buried underground). In situ is a small sermon hall with its front entrance wall still intact. Its basic foundation has been reconstructed by the Fine Arts Department, but the remaining three walls are missing. The altar of the sermon hall has a large, armless, Buddha image with most of his face still visible.
Behind this ubosot is a large bell-shaped chedi with an octagonal base. There are at least 25 rings around the spire and it finial is still present. There are similar bell-shaped chedi at both sides of the sermon hall’s entrance. These also have an octagonal base, though one’s spire has collapsed to the ground below. These two chedi also have arched entrances on the eastern side.
Location: Tha Wasukri, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000 Thailand