Wat Si Phichit Kirati Kalayaram
This temple, whose name means "temple of the glorious, honorable and beautiful building" (and isn't that a mouthful) now sits in rice fields southeast of the old city. It was built in 1403 by a consort of King Li Thai and his mother. The temple now sits well off the road, but its spire can be easily seen across the fields.
The bell-shaped chedi sits on a high square tiered base. In fact, the stupa is just about the only thing that is still to be seen here. That said, it is a very photogenic site, and well worth a brief stop. The road curves around the cit walls and meets the main highway just outside the eastern gate. There aren't too many other temples to see along the road, but it is a pleasant enough ride if you're on a bike, and you'll meet the highway not far from Wat Chang Lom.