The Humanity Museum located adjacent to the Old City Hall is the first museum of its kind in Thailand. Built in 1961, the top floor contains important historical artifacts, such as a collection of Buddha images from different eras and collection of antique potteries. The ground floor displays the evolution of earth, plant life, animal life, human life, artworks and tools and utensils dating from the past to the present.
Wat Ku was constructed during the period that Phra Cheng moved his entire Mon family into Thailand during the period of the Thonburi Kingdom. The temple contains oil-painted murals drawn by Mon artists. Later, a royal palace was built on the grounds to commemorate and temporarily house the ashes of King RamaV's Queen Sunantha Kumarirat who drowned in a capsized boating accident.The ethnic Mon-style temple of Wat Poramaiyikawat is situated on Koh Kret and features a large, marbled, Mon-style reclining Buddha, wall paintings, and marbled carvings within the bot. Originally called ‘Wat Pak Ow', King Rama V commissioned a restoration of the entire temple, the construction of a new Mon-style chedi, and bestowed upon it its present name. Since the temple displays many Mon artworks, the locals commonly refer to it as ‘Wat Mon'.
Located in Pakkred District, the popular compound of Wat Chonlaprathan Rangsarit is always crowded every Sundays and Buddhist religious holidays with worshippers offering food to monks and listening to sermons as part of their merit making activities.
The riverside Wat Khema Phirataram features a main pagoda, called ‘Phra Maha Chedi ', containing Lord Buddha's relics and Ayutthaya-style Buddha images enshrined in the ubosot.
Located by Klong (canal) Om, the late Ayutthaya-style Wat Amphawan houses an intricately designed, wooden ‘ Hor Trai Klang Nam' , a hall for keeping Buddhist Scriptures located in the middle of a pond.
A traditional floating market convenes at the mouth of the Klong Ban Khu Wiang every morning with farmers paddling boats laden with fruits and produce. It provides a glimpse of a rapidly disappearing traditional way of life.
h fruits and produce. It provides a glimpse of a rapidly disappearing traditional way of life.