Wat Sri Sawai is known for its three prangs with excellent exterior stucco decorations and its banyan tree.
Wat Sri Sawai is the most Khmer-styled temple remaining at Sukhothai. This temple was originally built for the worship of the Hindu gods and was later transformed into a Buddhist temple. This temple is demarcated by a wall and houses three massive prangs,built in Lop-Buri Cambodian art style, that represents the Hindu trinity.
These three prangs are decorated with reliefs showing Buddha images, Kirtimukha faces, Kala images and Makaras, which depicts mythical half-human and half-animal figures such as guardians, garudas and naga serpents. There is also an opening at the base of each of the three prangs, however it only leads to an isolated small room. The central prang is 15-meters taller than the two prangs on either sides.