Wat Chang Kham ('Temple of Elephant's Burden'; Thai: วัดช้างค้ำ) is a ruined temple that is part of the Wiang Kum Kam
archaeological area, outside of Chiang Mai
in northern Thailand
. The name is derived from elephant figures supporting one of the structures.The modern site is within the grounds of a working temple and is adjacent to Wat That Noi, one of the smallest sites in the Wiang Kum Kam archaeological group.