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Located on Plai Khlong Road, the temple dates from the mid-17th century and features the oldest wooden image hall in the country, while the surviving murals are of the early Rattanakosin period. The temple's museum houses a number of ancient relics. Buddha images in different postures, and Chinese and European porcelain.
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