Wat Singh is nestled on the west bank of the river in Sam Khok. It was built when the Mon initially migrated to Sam Khok during the late Ayutthaya Period. The temple has several religious and historical objects. Luang Phor to in the “Subduing the Mara” posture and the reclining Luang Phor Phet are made of bricks and decorated with lacquer and gold leaf. In front of the vihara (prayer hall) is the urn of Luang Phor Phaya Krai, a Mon monk who made a pilgrimage to this temple and finally stayed there. Within the compound is also a museum for Mon antiques, once the residence of the temple’s monks. A bedstead utilized by King Rama II during his visit to Sam Khok, ‘Sarm Kok’ jar, ‘Mon’ leaf scriptures, scripture cabinet, and Buddha image are on display.