WAT NOINA (วัดน้อยหน่า)
Wat Noina or the Monastery of the Custard Apple is a not restored ruin located off
the city island in the southern area of Ayutthaya in Pak Kran sub-district.

Wat Noina was situated west of
Khlong Khu Cham and south of the Chao Phraya
River
, just southeast of Wat Phutthai Sawan. Wat Tamnak and Wat Tawet were
situated south of it.

The site lies within a village community, which uses it for farming purposes.

In situ is a brick mound with fragmented Buddha statues. Part of wall foundations still
can be seen.

Its historical background and period of construction are unknown.

The remnants of Wat Noina are located in Geo Coord: 14° 20' 19.07" N, 100° 33'
43.20" E.
Location of Wat Noina
Fragments of Buddha statues and stucco
Text, maps & photographs by Tricky Vandenberg - April 2009
Updated April 2012, January 2015
Another view of the brick mound
Fragment of a Buddha statue
Fragment of a Buddha statue
(Location of Wat Noina)
(Fragments of Buddha statues and stucco)
(Fragment of a Buddha statue)
(Fragment of a Buddha statue)
(Another view of the brick mound)
Detail of a 2007 Fine Arts Department GIS map
(Detail of a 2007 Fine Arts Department GIS map -
Courtesy of the Fine Arts Department - 3th Region)