Assumed to be built in the Ayutthaya period, the shape of the Yim Chimphe consists of the architecture of the square base, 18 meters wide and 27 meters high. There are 3 floors, the 1st floor there are 3 Buddha statues of the great Buddha made of silver. The outside is a stucco molding around 4 doors and windows are carved statues of the Himmapan Forest and the gods of birthday. The wall is a Buddhist image. Only access to this floor. 2nd floor, the outer wall is a Yim Chimphe mystic symbol. There are four tiered brass crown in the four sides of the teak carved in the four tallest and the fourth wall is enshrined Buddha. The third floor is the cedar porch enshrined in the Buddha with gold plated. The construction was designed by Phravatvich Siripinyo, former resident of Banlad District who had seen the picture as a secular and imagine the beautiful design. For more information call 08 9052 7874.