This is an old Temple constructed in an unusual style having iron rails as the core of the lower part. The window and door panels of the Chapel were carved exquisitely by the best artisan of Sing Buri, a man by the name of Chuen Hathakosol, who devoted 10 years of his life doing this piece of work.
This royal Temple, dating from the Ayutthaya period, once lay abandoned, though the ordination hall has since been renovated. The ordination hall, or Ubosot, has a unique feature: its base is composed of train tracks. Renowned artist Chun Hattha koson, a native of Sing Buri, created the beautiful carvings that adorn the doors and window panels. It is said that he spent 10 years carving these particular pieces of art. The temple is around 16 km. from the town of Sing Buri, on Highway 311 (Sing Buri-In Buri, the old route) between Km. 14-15. The temple is open daily from 8.00 a.m.-4.30 p.m. For more information, call 0 3658 1408.