Wat Thammikarat or Wat Thummikarat, you will find both spellings on signboards, is not far from Wat Si Sanphet, near the edge of the river. It has several buildings from different times including one with walls only. Nor its brick chedi surrounded by singha nor its huge iconic bronze Buddha head are the real treasures of this temple which is not often presnet in the tourist programs. Almost opposite to the giant Buddha head is a building in renovation (at the right of the chedi) containing a lovely golden reclining Buddha that surpisly the LP guide about Thailand does not mention. Add a statue of King Naresuan and a newer wihaan and you have Wat Thammikarat.