An interesting temple in two parts - one up on the hill commemorating a famous monk who passed away a few years ago, and another about 1km away on the lake edge with a tall gold chedi.
You should do both parts to get a sense of the scale of the place. A combination of Thai and Burmese styles - well, probably Mon rather than true Burmese.
The chedi part has a row of stalls selling some standard trinkets et, but the one owned by a tall, thin guy with heaps of rings on his fingers has nice scarves at 100 Baht each!
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