This temple is located on the west
bank of the Chao Phraya River in the vicinity of Amphoe Sam
Khok, 8 kms. from Pathum Thani Town. There is a Mon style pagoda
approximately 160 years old and a white jade Buddha image
enshrined in the ubosot.
temple is located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River in
Amphoe Sam Khok. The Asian Openbills migrate from India to lay
their eggs here from November to May. Other kinds of migratory
birds include the Black-capped Kingfishers, the Spot-billed
Pelicans and the Black-headed Ibis.
This first Mon style temple of
Pathum Thani is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya
River, 3 kms. from the township area. It houses Luang Pho To, an
Ayutthaya style gold covered Buddha image in a rare mara posture
and Luang Pho Phet, a reclining Buddha image. The monk’s former
quarters has been turned into a museum for Mon antiques along
with a teak reproduction of a Lord Buddha footprint and a
bedstead utilized by King Rama II during his visit to Sam Khok.
The villagers living around the temple produce old style Mon
bricks, famous products of Pathum Thani.