Phra Rabieng are the double cloisters surrounding the chapel that connect four main directional Viharas.
The inner cloister contains 150 Buddha images, and for the outer cloister, over 244 images are located.
These images were brought from northern provinces during the reign of King Rama I. Today, all Buddha images are covered with gold leaves.
By the order of King Rama III, Thai prosody framed in 100 stone inscriptions were posted on all columns along the cloisters.
You can study Buddhist arts on the image styles of each reign along this cloisters; while poets will also get pleasure with many beautiful poens.
You may find that the knowledge and pleasure of fine arts and Thai language provided here is more advanced than in that of textbooks.