Thewalai Phra Phrom (Brahma Worship Place)
The Shrine was built in 2008 in commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of Phra Thammasinghaburachan (Luangpho Charan Thitathamamo), as a symbol of the God of Mueang Phrom, of which in the past, was Phrom province, located on the south of Sing Buri. The Brahman figure is in golden color with a measurement of 2.8 metres wide lap span, and has 8 hands holding wheel, conch shell, scripture, loop, and sacred bead necklace. The Thewalai building is 22.30 metres high. The construction of the highest God Brahma statue has become an attraction landmark of Sing Buri that also provides information on the history and importance of Phrom province in the past as well as a rest area for tourists.