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A beautiful quiet and calm temple to visit to get away from the tourist traps you can find in Chiang Mai.
We visited here after being at Wat Suthep - my husband had run the monks trail and said this was a must visit. He...More
An Beautiful Temple, no doubt, but far from the other ones
The added value to this Temple is the fantastic View on Chiang Mai and its surroundings.
We were 5 days in Chiang Mai so we had time for many attractions.
But if you are...More
The hike up to the temple is easily negotiated. I would recommend people to wear proper shoes though. There were lots of people slithering around in sandals on the way up and down. Lots of beautiful statues and a waterfall make the hike worthwhile. Would've...More
As the location of the temple is along the way to Doi Suthep but not so many tourists know that turn to be a peaceful temple with the wonderful view of Chiangmai and waterfall around you. One of the most peaceful temple with great environment....More
Monk's Trail hike was one of our favorite experiences in Chiang Mai. The second half of the hike from Pha Lat to Doi Suthep is steep, but boy is it worth it! In general, navigating this route was easier than I anticipated based on blogs...More
We get to know this place by our taxi driver, this is the best Wat ever after we visited few Wat in Chiang Mai! It located in the jungle, surrounded by a small waterfall, amazing sculptures around.
The best things make Wat Pha Lat difference...More
Nestled away from Highway 1004, the temple grounds are very natural and shady. A number of shrines are situated before you reach a small river with a very high waterfall. There is sufficient parking at the bottom of the road leading to the temple. There...More
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The grounds look down to the East and towards Chiang Mai so the direction that the sun rises. The sun sets behind Doi suthep mountain, which is behind the temple grounds. Both times of day are gorgeous, depending if you want... More
The grounds look down to the East and towards Chiang Mai so the direction that the sun rises. The sun sets behind Doi suthep mountain, which is behind the temple grounds. Both times of day are gorgeous, depending if you want pictures of the view down to Chiang Mai, or of the temple buildings themselves
I responded already but I thought I should mention that rabies is a terminal disease and dogs with rabies die within a few days. The disease causes mental deterioration and dogs with rabies are beyond any "pack" behavior... More
I responded already but I thought I should mention that rabies is a terminal disease and dogs with rabies die within a few days. The disease causes mental deterioration and dogs with rabies are beyond any "pack" behavior, often completely unaware of their surroundings.
Some dogs are usually found at all of the temples, as are temple cats and temple chickens. I suspect whomever wrote the post about "mad dogs" was phobic about dogs, unaware of the nature of rabies, or both. IT's a great place to visit, close to Wat Doi Suthep which is great for sunrise, and has a waterfall on the grounds and is near another.