This trio of 13th-century Khmer towers com prises the oldest group of
structures in Petchburi. Enclosed by an ancient laterite wall, Wat Kampang
Luang consists of a central prang surrounded by three smaller prangs and a
gopura on the eastern flank. Original stucco can still be seen on the back side
of the central prang. Buddhist symbology is a later addition to these Hindu
monuments. The adjoining wat serves as a wildlife refuge for wild turkeys,
roosters, and other unidentifiable birds.