"Wat Had Pathum", built in 2106 B.E. (454 years), was originally called "Wat Had Prachum". Because the villagers built the temple on the beach which is the meeting of the King of Vientiane and civil servants, noblemen, about the development of the city to prosper. Villagers therefore called "Wat Had Prachum" when building a temple. Later, the name of the temple was changed to "Wat Had Pathum". Received Royal Highness for to be official temple in 2315 B.E. The antique that was registered on April 19, 2534 B.E. was 1 item, namely, the Reclining Buddha image, terracotta art, Lan Chang art, 23-24 Buddhist Century, 42.5 centimeter long.