Wat Chao Chan
Wat Chao Chan, Chaliang, Si Satchanalai Historical Park.
The main structure at Wat Chao Chan is a Khmer-style prasat, likely constructed during the reign of King Jayavarman VII (1181-about 1219). It has porches on all sides with a doorway in the east to chamber, which previously contained an image.
In front of the prasat are the remains of an assembly hall, which apparently was added during the Ayutthaya era. On the right side of the prasat are the remains of a mandapa.
Artefacts have been discovered at the site from the Dvaravati period (6th-9th century) suggesting that the present structures were built on earlier ones.
Wat Chao Chan is located in Chaliang, a few kilometers west of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat.
Wat Chom Chuen Chaliang, Si Satchanalai.
Wat Chom Chuen
The main structure at Wat Chom Chuen is a small sized mandapa with a porch to the east. In front of the mandapa are the remains of an assembly hall, and behind is a small stupa.
Objects at the site indicate that the area was occupied in much earlier centuries.
Wat Chom Chuen is located some 2 kilometers west of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat, and close to Wat Chao Chan.