Located to the north of
Chotwithithong Road with a bell-shaped chedi of Ceylonese
influence standing as the center. The chedi is situated on a
3-tiered square base with a platform decorated with a row of
elephants seen by their front halves supporting the round
This type of elephant-decorated chedi is to be seen in many ancient towns of
the Sukhothai period; for example, Kamphaeng Phet and Si Satchanalai.
A square mondop is the main
sanctuary. In front of the mondop to the east, is the viham
and beyond the viham stands an ubosot. The outer wall of the
mondop is beautifully decorated by stucco figures in niches.
The southern side portrays the Lord Buddha flanked by angels
descending from Tavatimsa Heaven. To the west portrays the
Lord Buddha preaching to his father and relatives. The
northern side depicts the episode when the Lord Buddha
returned to preach to his wife. These stucco figures,
especially those on the south side, are masterpieces of
This is situated near Wat Traphang Thong Lang. The upper part of the chedi
is round. The base is constructed in three tiered stages. This interesting
Sukhothai type of chedi is of Sivijaya and Singhalese-styles. In front of
the chedi stands a small viharn.