The main chedi in the Sri Lankan style is the focus of this temple. It is supported by a high base, once decorated with sculptures
of elephants similar to those a Wat Chang Lom. Another important historic structure here is a vihara
made of laterite blocks. The exterior of the viha~ra was decorated with highly elaborate stucco, in the art style of the early
This temple, in the southern part of the city, probably dates back to the 15th century. The site is dominated by a large Ceylonese-style chedi. On the western wall of the laterite viharn are beautiful stucco floral reliefs.