This temple is behind Wat Chom Chuen and consists of another group of
historic buildings in existence since pre-Sukhothai times. The most important
historic structure here is a main shrine in the ancient Khmer architectural style, built from laterite blocks.
Archaeological excavations unearthed deposits containing brick fragments and characteristic
artefacts of the Dvaravati period, around the 6th- 10th century AD. This evidence suggests that brick
buildings might have been present in this area before the laterite shrine made its appearence and replaced them.