East of Wat Tra Phang Thong Lang, this temple is well known for the main
chedi which sits on a very high base. This circular bell-shaped chedi can be seen
from Wat Tra Phang Thong Lang. The highly elevated base 14 m x 14 m with
20-redented corners is unique, and has not been found elsewhere. It is similar to
a mandapa with solid walls on all sides.
This chedi is believed to here been constructed during the late Sukhothai
period. Judging from the high base and other components, this ancient monument
might have developed from the chedi of Wat Sa Si and the leaning stupa in Si Satchanalai.