Ku Daeng is situated in Wat Kut Yang. It is an ancient Khmer remain. At present, the remain is only a square base made of laterite with recessed corners and a staircase on each of its four sides. The wall is made of bricks but all are ruined, leaving only the door frames on 4 sides. There is also a lintel engraved into the picture of Krishna fighting with elephants. The north side was adjusted. The temple constructed a Buddha image in a sitting posture and a staircase over the original building. This remain is estimated from the pattern on its lintel to have been constructed in the 11th century in the period of the Baphuon art of the ancient Khmer Empire. To get there: From the centre of Chaiyaphum, take Highway No. 225, passing Tambon Ban Khwao until reaching Ban Lum Pho, approximately 30 kilometres, and turn right to Ban Kut Yang for a further 8 kilometres.