Wat Charoen Sukharam Worawihan
This temple compound is also home to a fish sanctuary, where fishing and any catching of marine animal is prohibited. The pond, located in front of the temple, teems with two types of indigenous fish in particular: PlaTaphianNgoen and PlaTaphian Thong. Noodle vendors nearby offer steaming bowls of broth-based noodle soup, making it a pleasant place to have lunch and feed the fish.The temple itself enshrines a highly-revered Buddha image, known as Luang Pho Toa. It is made of laterite and is cast the style of Sukhothai period. To get there, follow the SamutSongkhram-Bang NokKhwaek route (the same way to King Rama II Memorial Park) for around 5 kilometers, passing the Church of the Virgin Mary. Cross the Bang NokKhwaek Bridge, and watch for the temple’s sign on the right. Turn right for around 500 meters.