This royal monastery in Tambon Bang Si Muang, Amphoe Muang, was
commanded by King Rama III to be constcted of bricks from the
demolition of a fortress built in the rreign of the King Narai the
Great ; it was dedication to King Rama III’s grandparents and the
Princess Mother. There are several religious buildings in the area.
Inside the main shrine hall (Ubosot) are beautiful mural paintings
while beautiful stucco designs decorated with porcelain on the gable
and door and window frames are seen outside.
Also a royal monastery ; it is on Phiboon Songkhram Road, Tambon
Suan Yai, Amphoe Muang, two kilometers from the provincial township
area. It was built in the Ayutthaya period and was renovated in the
reigns of Kings Rama II and IV of the Ratanakosin era. Buddha images
of the Ayutthaya period are in the Ubosot, Tamnak Daeng Building,
and Phra Thinang Monthian Hall.
This monastery is on Bang Kruai Bang Bua Thong Road in the area of
tambon Bang Krang, Amphoe Muang. The Ubosot is of Ayutthaya art
having sophisticated craftsmanship. The designs on the gable of the
niche entering the Ubosot and the mural paintings maintain special
characteristics of the Nonthaburi school of arts which have always
been Visited By archaeological students.
This monastery is located in the vicinity of Tambon Tha Sai, Amphoe
Muang, on Snam Bin Nam – Nonthaburi Road. There are beautiful mural
painyings in the Vihara and Udosot, as well as the Mon style