Wat Mahathat is located in the center of the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the oldest capital of Thailand. It is the center of the city. The Buddhist temple is surrounded by ditches on all sides. It was built from the king of Independence until it was completed during the King Li Tai period in 1345. It belongs to the royal ancestral temple. There are 209 towers and 10 monasteries in the temple, but most of them have only foundation. The temple has a central tower, surrounded by small stupas surrounded by shrines and temple-style stupas. The central stupa was built using red clay and then plastered. The lotus bud-shaped top stupa is called Sukhothai style, which is different from stupas in other countries. Mahathat Temple in Thailand is the oldest and most central temple in Ayutthaya. It has the spectacle of "Bodhi Buddhism"-the head of the Buddha is integrated with the big tree, making people wonder.