Wat Kriangkrai Klang
WatKriangKraiKlang offers a peek into past centuries with a Sukhothai-style bronze Buddha image in the Man Wichai posture and a religious hall over 150 years old, still in its original state. Buddhist murals and the replica of the Lord Buddha’s footprint are not the only other attractions-the grounds of the temple hosts many mischievous monkeys, and a crocodile farm can also be found here. To get there, take the NakhonSawan-Chum Saeng road (Highway No. 225) for around 10 kilometers. Turn left at the sign for the temple for approximately two kilometers before reaching the location. Alternatively, you can charter a boat from Chao Phraya Pier, going along the Nan River and disembarking at WatKriangKraiKlang Pier. the foot of Dechatiwong Bridge and turn left into the temple.