The temple has twenty Chedis is its compound, each made in the combined Lanna-Burmese style. A Chiang Saen-style bronze Buddha statue is also enshrined here, commonly referred to as “Phra Chao Than Chai” by the local people. The door panels of the Ubosot are of ancient vintage with elaborate design.
The temple is divided into two sections; Pong Sanuk Nua (North) and Pong Sanuk Tai (South). You will notice that one section of the temple is built on a mound. The highlight is Mon Doi, a replica of Mount Sumeru that is a location of Wihan Phrachao Phan Ong. The wooden Wihan was built in the form of a mondop with a three-tiered roof. On the roof’s ridge above all four porches is situated a small wooden replica castle covered with perforated galvanized sheet, which symbolises the four continents around Mount Sumeru.