1.6 kilometres to the west of Or gate, this large ancient monument is
similar to a big vihara. Very little of its style and form remains to be seen. Traces
of brickwork and laterite were found here.
To the south of the ancient mound is a large reservoir 30 m.x 40 m.
A larger one, Tra Phang Chang Phuak is located to the west. This temple and its
stone inscription were mentioned in the book “Thiao Muang Phra Ruang”, written by
King Rama VI of the
Rattanakosin period. A comparative study between the stone
inscription mentioned above and the one (No. 102) from an unknown source on
the Krailat artificial hill in the Suan Sai garden of the Grand Palace was conducted
by Professor Dr. Prasert Na Nagara. The study revealed that their contents are the same.