Wat Saeng Siritham Floating Market A floating market on Rattanathibet-Tha It Road,
Tambon Tha It intends to promote the local products from the vicinity of the temple
as well as from Ko Kret.
Koh Kret Lived by the descendants of the Mon people who have had a permission to
install here during the reign of King Krungthonburi, Ko Kret was also the destination
of another wave of Mon immigrants in the period of King Rama II.
Wat Paramaiyikawat This old monastery located in the vicinity of Tambon Ko Kret,
Amphoe Pak Kret is
constructed in Mon style architecture. The main attractions are a large reclining
paintings, a Mon style marble carved pagoda and the principal image in the Ubosot.
There is a village,
on Koh Kret ( Kret Island ), where the villagers produce ancient Mon style pottery
called Kwan Aman.
It is accessible by a ferry from Wat Sanam Nua which is located not far from the
Amphoe Pak Kret office.
Phra Wiharn This is the venue where the 9.5 metres long reclining Buddha of the late
Ayutthaya period is enshrined. Nonthaburi’s Buddha image named ‘Phra Nonthamunin’
enshrined here behind Phra Wiharn was formed in the late Ayutthaya period.
Wat Poramaiyikawat Museum The museum displays various interesting items such as votive
tablets, crystal ware, porcelains including ‘hem’, a master piece of art made by
Colonel Chatwat Ngamniyom.
Wat Sao Tong Thong This long-dated temple used to be called ‘Wat Suan Mak’ is the
site of Amphoe Pak Kret’s first primary school. Behind the chapel, the tallest pagoda
of Pak Kret was constructed in the Ayutthaya style.
Wat Prasat King Narai the Great of the Ayutthaya period has had this monastery built
in Mon style.
The Ubosot’s wall is finely decorated with the paintings of the Ayutthaya period
nowadays Nonthaburi’s oldest mural paintings.
Wat Phai Lom This monastery built in the late Ayutthaya period and called by Mon
people Pia To has a charming chapel.
Wat Chimphli Sutthawat The temple has a beautiful small chapel that remains nowadays
in a very good condition.
Kwan Aman Considered as the Mon Cultural Centre, this pottery museum is notable for
its large collection of the distinctive ancient Mon design ceramics.
The Dessert Canal ( Khlong Khanom Wan ) The local people living in the compound of
the dessert canal as well as other canals around Koh Kret earn their living by selling
several traditional Thai home-made desserts and sweets.