Wat Nakhon Kosa
Within the compound of this ancient Hindu temple are many remains: a grand Chedi (stupa) of the Dvaravati period with a Prang (spire) of the Lop Buri period in front. The religious site, at first constructed by Hindu Khmers, was later transformed into a Buddhist temple during the Ayutthaya period. All that is left of the halls are remnants of bricks and walls. Later on, U-Thong style cement Buddha images were added on the Prangs, or spires. The temple is situated to the north of the Lop Buri Railway Station near the PhraKan Shrine. For more information, please call 0 3641 2510 or 0 3641 3779.