Believed built by Somdet Phra Ratcha Thepi Si Chulalak, dedicated to Venerable Phra Maha Wan Ratana Thera.
Built in 1400 CE by Phra Ratchachonnani Si Thammaratchamada Mahadilok Ratanaratnatkanlong.
A main chedi with several smaller chedi and a viharn. Around the base of the chedi are heads of elephant statues.
The temple is famous for its 4 large Buddha images in 4 different postures (sitting, reclining, standing and walking).
South of the city, this temple is well known for its terracotta votive tablets known as Sa Ne Chan.
The first temple South of Namo gate. A small temple with a main chedi, remains of a viharn & several small chedis.
I’ve ended-up spending far longer here than intended. Hopefully I’ll find somewhere without temples to visit next.
A small temple just inside the southern city wall. A brick platform & 20 bases for stupa as well as bases of laterite walls.
Two groups of monuments 100m apart. The main group includes an Assembly Hall with a large stucco Buddha image.
Although located amongst the Thuriang Kilns, the temple was built after ceramics production in the area had ended.
Built late-12th century during the reign of Jayavarman VII whilst the city was under the control of Khmer-Lavo.
The site’s main feature is its massive mandapa (pillared hall) inside which is a nearly equally massive Buddha image.