East facade of the viharn.
Interior of the viharn.
Faded and damaged mural paintings from the 19th or early 20th century line the walls.
Large mural behind the primary Buddha image, depicting the Buddha's defeat of the temptress Mara (she is drowned with help from the earth goddess, seated at bottom).
Many of the murals are barely legible.
Statues placed along the south wall on top of a bench that once served for monks' seating.
East side of the interior.
Portico to the west.
West facade of the viharn.
Roof of the portico and the viharn.
The viharn from the northwest.
And from the north.
The Sri-Lankan style chedi was recently refurbished with gold-plated metal sheeting and a fresh coat of whitewash.
Spirit houses in an adjacent courtyard.
The ubosot, located north of the viharn. It is ordinarily kept locked.
The viharn from the northeast.
The bell tower, located northeast of the viharn.
Exiting the temple.