According to the signs in the Historic Park, the correct spelling would be "Ariyabot" but in some guides and brochures you will find the name "Iriyabot".
There is not much left of this temple, just traces of the main building from which the ground, steps, columns and that we guess was a seated Buddha remain. At the back is the most interesting part: a damaged building that housed on four sides, back to back, two sitting Buddhas from which there is almost nothing left and two standing Buddhas from which only one is almost complete. With Wat Phra Kaew statues in the another part of the Historical Park, it is the most represented image to promote Kamphaeng Phet Park. Be carefull, it is almost hidden. You will only see it by entering into the temple and going around the construction at the back. The Buddha is huge but a visitor in a hurry can easily miss it.