Opposite to Wat Phra Non temple, Wat Kam Ko is a Burmese-style temple built in the 1890s. The most unique feature of Wat Kam Kor is its covered walkway that leads from the entrance to the inside of its wooden Wihaan. It has the typical Shan style multilevel roof. Beside it there is a large white chedi.
The temple is not that interesting, especially if you just left Wat Phra Non on the other side of the road but it will only take a few minutes to visit it.