Wat Mani Chonlakhan
Built during the reign of King Mongkut, the Temple was originally called Wat Ko Kaew as it was located on a small Island. Remains found in the compound include the Chedi Luang Pho Saeng, the ubosot, the viharn and a large Buddha image situated along the riverside.
Built during the reign of King Mongkut, this Temple was originally called WatKoKaew as it was located on a small Island-“Ko” means island in Thai. Many ancient structures and statues have been found here, including the pagoda, ChediLuang Pho Saeng, the shrine hall, and a large Buddha image situated along the riverside. Within the compound is also a sacred Bodhi tree, planted by King Rama V himself. The temple is located on the west side of Tha Pho market.