The name of this temple, Wat Traphang Ngoen, means silver lake temple. Wat Traphang Ngoen contains a vihan (assembly hall) and a Sukhothai style main chedi with a lotus bud-shaped anda that sits in the east-west alignment. There is also a small ubosot to the east of both, that sits a few hundred meters away on the island at the center of the the large rectangle “silver lake”, which is accessible via a bridge from the North side.
The vihan containing the remains pillars of the assembly hall sits right in front of the main chedi. On this vihan, there is a large stuccoed image of the Buddha in the Bhumisparsha mudra, also known as “subduing Mara”. To the right, sits a smaller chedi with “rounded” corners and upper part consisting of receding storeys as well as a walking Buddha in the classic Sukhothai style.