Wat Suwansewariyaram is located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River in Tambon Talat Kruat. Take the Asian Highway (Highway No. 32) Km 103-104 or 3 kilometers from Ang Thong City Hall along the irrigation canal road. The wihan houses approximately 20 meters in length of a reclining Buddha image. Other ancient relics are about 100 years old. Another highlight of the temple is the mural painting on all the four walls of the ordination hall. The drawing was created around the age of King Rama IV and King Rama V of Rattanakosin era. It also shows transition and development of Thai drawings as western influences such as shadings of sceneries – trees and clouds – similar to those of Wat Chaiyo Worawihan (Chaiyo Worawihan Temple) could be seen. However, the original paintings on these plaster walls deteriorated through time due to exposure to the rain. The temple has renovated the area with the new plaster work and is now preparing to add new paintings on them instead. In the vicinity stands another cluster of ancient monuments comprising an old assembly hall, a pagoda, and a plaster Buddha image with head part made of sandstone in Ayutthaya style. The sculpture was brought from Wat Pho Thanon (Pho Thanon Temple). The temple is located on the east of Chao Phraya River along Asian Highway (National Highway No. 32), Kilometre No. 103-104. It is also accessible through Khlong Chonlaprathan Road, 3 kilometres from the Provincial Hall.