My opinion: As I couldn't go to the wat last time via another road due to a very bad pavement and rain I found this time another, better road. I expected this wat a very rural one. The wat has been built around 18 years ago and there were nine monks living. This is what I expect from a wat: only the voice of birds, but, unfortunately, also the noise of incoming planes to near bye Suvarnabhumi Airport. No glitter and glamor, just a real wat! BUT my travel-accompanist had a bad smell which was right or not. Talking with the monks it wasn't possible to get more info about the abbot. It seemed that the abbot disappeared with the money of the last Kathin Festival (ทอดกฐิน) last year; it seemed, said by an outside street-seller. Anyway, the visit of the wat was a very good experience, much better than the "famous" wats with all glitter and glamor around: no ubusot, no crematorium, not lots of donation-boxes, not a variety of street-stalls and no short-cutting motor-bikes!
Latitude and longitude 13°53'40.1 N 100°47'28.2" E (Also visible in Google street-view)
© Antoni Uni, el primero UniCo de l'Escala 2017