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This is a small, but pretty temple near the river. Part of it is undergoing renovation, but most can still be visited. We stumbled onto it while walking near our hotel. It turns out this is one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai
Visiting the wat and monks / what was the most extraordinary was thai people buying fish or shell that they will release in the river. One thai woman told me it was to bring luck and fortune or anything you desire. You can see all...More
This is a nice stop if you are in the neighborhood. Some boat tours of the river leave from here. I wouldn’t go out of my way to stop here but if you’re walking by it’s worth a look, just not as dramatic as any...More
Nice, little temple with interesting blue colours. Nice gate and architecture. Very important temple to see during Loy Khratong as you can place the khratongs on the river at the temple site. It is easy to find. You can arrive by tuc-tuc.
it is a bit isolated. they have a huge Arch at the entrance to the temple. inside you will find the pagodas and the stupas. it is coloured in white and gold the stupas. you will a lot of people in this temple. a very...More
Pleasant riverside temple. Not on the normal tourist circuit, so usually very quiet. There is a mammoth tree just on the other side of wall from the temple grounds. You can't see the base, but the upper part is mind-blowingly huge!!
This well-maintained Buddhist complex is situated by the river. We visited during Songkran (Buddhist New Year) and watched various rituals including the release of birds, toads, water snakes and fish. After taking our shoes off, we were able to walk around the interior of the...More
Lovely Temple with a nice feel to it. The Temple sits on the Ping River and you have the opportunity to release, fish, frogs, turtles, snails & eels into the river.
This experience is even better if you are doing it with a local, who...More