Chedi Sri Suriyothai
The bright white and gilt pagoda on the northwestern corner is a singular sight that probably isn't worth the effort of visiting for foreign travelers. The golden chedi was built to contain the ashes of the iconic Queen Suriyothai, a sixteenth century queen who died in battle defending her husband the King. She was cremated on the grounds of the rear palace, of which no trace remains.
There's a rather sad little exhibition hall on the grounds of the shrine, with some exhibits on the history of the Queen and the ancient capital of the time. While not worth a special trip, the chedi does look rather captivating in the late afternoon light, or from a boat trip on the river.