Tep Pranam Tipa South, a 82-metre-long, 34-metre-wide cross-shaped terrace, is divided into two sections, with a walkway in front. It used to be the foundation of a pagoda. There is a stone lion at the door. There are seven snake railings on it. Next to it is the 4.5-meter-high Buddha statue, which was rebuilt on the original site.
The scenery is good, the interest is good, and the cost-effective ratio is acceptable.
A cross-shaped terrace looks shocking.
Friends who like history and culture can come and see it.