On Phra Bat hill close to Saritpong, only the remains of a vihara made of brick and stone have
survived. In 1359, a footprint of Buddha was enshrined in this temple.
This foot print has been preserved at Wat Tra Phang Thong near the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum.
Important historic structures in this temple include the main Sri Lankan
style chedi made of laterite, and the foundation of a vihara with 10 laterite
roof-supporting posts. The buildings were bounded by demarcation walls made from laterite blocks.