Wat Phuttha Eoen (or Wat Buddha-En as per the sign) was built in 1868. Its dominant and almost unique feature is that the bot / ubosot rests on wooden piles in a lotus pond. There are elegant teak serpents (naga), running along the base. The temple dates back to 1868.
The primary viharn’s murals illustrate the Chadok — the last ten lives of Lord Buddha prior to enlightenment. Also featured are elephants and lacquer decorations on the tree-trunks that support the entrance holding up the portico.