Wianh Kum Kam – Wat Pupia

Having no name in historical documents, the locals gave it the name Wat Pupia.  The architecture indicates it was built in the 16th or 17th century.  With an excavation being started in 1985, what you see today is the result of a partial restoration that was done in 1986.  The grounds contain a viharn in front of a chedi which has 4 niches for Buddha images.  Other buildings include a rite pavilion and an octagonal building with a nearby alter.