Wat Chedi Si Hong
Just across the road from Wat Chetuphon is another, smaller, temple called Wat Chedi Si Hong ("temple of the four rooms"). The temple was built in the late fourteenth or early fifteenth century. The bell-shaped chedi is not the most elegant in Sukhothai, but the base is richly decorated with some quite elaborate and unique stucco sculptures.
The main assembly hall to the east of the stupa has the remains of some unusually large and numerous stone columns. Only the legs of the seated Buddha image remain.