Wat Neramit Wipattasana (วัดเนรมิตวิปัสสนา) was somewhere we visited when we were in Loei.
This is a recently built temple in an enormous site on the hillside near Phra That Si Song Rak. There is a pagoda made of red-colored laterite (si la laeng) and this is unlike anywhere else in Thailand.
"Buddhists come to the temple to pray toward an official replica of Phra Phutthachinnarat, a revered buddha image in Phitsanulok Province, enshrined in the ordination hall as well as a a wax figure of the late Luang Pho Phra Maha Phan Sila Wisuttho, the founder of the temple, which is displayed inside the pagoda." - text courtesy of Tourism Thailand.
The temple may be new but because it was built in respect to a respected Monk it has a certain charm of age and quality.
The windows are beautifully made in the traditional way - quite spectacular.
What always fascinates me are these paintings on the walls.
And the gardens are beautiful.