Wat Phra Prang
This ancient site is located at Tambon Choeng Klad, It is 17 kilometres away towards the west from the town. The Temple consists of Lop Buri Pagoda, presumably that it was built during the reign of King Narai. The pagoda is 15 metres high and has a picture of Buddha at its base. There are 3-4 ancient burner stoves which have been restored. They were used to burn pottery in Ayutthaya period.
It is located at Moo. 7, Ban Khok Mo, Tambon Choeng Klat. Within the Temple compound, there is the Phra Prang (cornshaped pagoda) in the early Ayutthaya style of art of the 15th–16th century. It was presumed that the pagoda was built in the reign of King Narai the Great (1656-1688). This corn-shaped brick pagoda is around 15 metres high, having a short base and a hallow chamber. On the walls of the chamber, once there were mural paintings which now leave no trace. At the back, there is an ancient Wihan (image hall) in the Ayutthaya style of art, with a lion-figured wood-carved gable and eaves brackets. There is a mountain and replica of the Lord Buddha’s footprint on its top. Furthermore, traces of around 3-4 Maenam Noi kilns can be seen. The temple was registered as an ancient monument on 8 March 1935. Open daily from 08.00 a.m.-16.30 p.m. For more information, call 0 3654 4557.