One of the first things you'll notice is a group of taxi drivers, who want you to hire them to give you a day tour, right inside the gate. They are near a map and story board for the place, that is worth stopping at. The taxi drivers are not a good value, but they're nice enough.
The grounds are not small, there are several buildings, and a cool Chedi in the back of the big building you see when you walk in. You can buy some things, including gifts for the Monks right by that main building. There are sometimes people trying to get you to pay to set birds free, but if you do that, they go catch more. Please don't pay them. It's a dying business which is good.
There is a smaller temple, I can't tell you the name because I can't read Thai. It's across the street and just a little south, I liked how calm that place was. No one bothers you there.
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