WAT TALUM PUK (วัดตะลุมปุก)
Text & photographs by Tricky Vandenberg - July 2009
Updated February 2019
Buddha image fragments in situ
Site view of the defunct Wat Talum Pu
Scattered broken bricks in situ
Wat Talum Puk was located off the city island in the southern area of Ayutthaya in
Samphao Lom Sub-district. In situ is a brick mound.

Wat Talum Puk was situated southeast of
Wat Wihan Khian and east of Wat Phra Non.

There were no traces of any brickwork, although fragments of broken Buddha images
still can be found. It is a quite large site, with broken bricks embedded in the soil over a
large area.

Its historical background and period of construction are unknown.

The monastery is not mentioned on
Phraya Boran Ratchathanin's map drafted in 1926,
neither on any Fine Arts Department maps and the site's identification cannot be
confirmed at present.

Wat Talum Puk was located in geographical coordinates: 14° 20' 28.49" N, 100° 34'
2.33" E.
(Site view of the defunct Wat Talum Puk)
(Buddha image fragments in situ)
(Scattered broken bricks in situ)