Wat Khok Singkharam sits just a short distance outside the southeast city walls, not far from the Yom River. The temple has a large platform that supports three bell-shaped chedis, a form that is repeated on a much grander scale in Ayutthaya. In a line with the platform are the rather significant remains of the main prayer hall.
Several yards away from the main structure are the remains of the tiny ordination hall. It too has a unique feature, in the form of a bell-shaped stupa for the altar.
Wat Khok Singkharam is directly across the road from a large riverside restaurant where most of the tour buses stop for lunch.