Is surrounded by a rectangular laterite boundary wall, with a square well, bathing place, and small structure built on a laterite base and having laterite columns outside the wall in the front. There is a pathway paved with laterite, as well. Inside the wall, there are remains of a large ubosot in the front and a reclining Buddha’s wihan at the back.
The columns of the wihan are of an enormous size, each made of a single block of laierite. Sema boundary markers made of stone and carved to depict an angel in adoration and characters in the Ramakian or Ramayana story; namely, Phali and Thoraphi, were discovered here.
They are believed to have been carved in the Ayutthaya period.