Is located some 100 m. to the north of Wat Phra Si Iriyabot. It is assumed to have been constructed in the “Buddhavasa” or “residence of the Buddha” right in the centre and surrounded by ihe “Sanghavasa” or “living quarters of the monks”.
The principal chedi has a square base and niches housing a Buddha image in 4 directions.
There are remains of a large ubosot built on a high platform where 8 boundary markers were found to have been placed on 8 directional points. Sculptures of lion “sittlha” or “sing” and Naga serpent once decorated the front portico of the raised platform.