Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng
Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng
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Pagodas on the top of the mountain.
5.0 of 5 bubblesApr 2021
After 1 hr driving from Lampang city, we parked our car on the parking lot at the first level of the mountain (and did't forget to visit the main temple here). Then, a pickup truck brought us along the sloping path to the upper level (90 baht/person, back and forth). It should be note that other vehicles other than these pickup trucks are not allowed. After reached the station, we saw a little cave with Buddha statue inside. We first turned left and walked a little bit to visit a pair of Buddha's footprints. Next, after bought some water (recommend), we climbed up to the top of the mountain (almost 1 km, about 30 minutes). At the first stage, the path appears to be a ramp but after that they are sloping steel staircases. There are some resting points and cheer up quotes scattered along the path. We also visited the holy well during our trek. We finally reached the top level of the mountain and noticed that there are two attractions at each peak. One is a pagoda with Buddha relic, while the other is an open air pavilion. With a few steps climbing up the stair, we found ourselves at the highest position. We worshipped the relic and enjoyed a stunning panorama view of many white pagodas on the top of the nearby mountains and the grassy field below. What a wonderful view!! After shot some photos and took a rest in the pavilion, we returned to our car on the same path. Don't miss this. P.S. Dress properly to respect the place and to suit the trek.

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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
After 1 hr driving from Lampang city, we parked our car on the parking lot at the first level of the mountain (and did't forget to visit the main temple here). Then, a pickup truck brought us along the sloping path to the upper level (90 baht/person, back and forth). It should be note that other vehicles other than these pickup trucks are not allowed.

After reached the station, we saw a little cave with Buddha statue inside. We first turned left and walked a little bit to visit a pair of Buddha's footprints.

Next, after bought some water (recommend), we climbed up to the top of the mountain (almost 1 km, about 30 minutes). At the first stage, the path appears to be a ramp but after that they are sloping steel staircases. There are some resting points and cheer up quotes scattered along the path. We also visited the holy well during our trek.

We finally reached the top level of the mountain and noticed that there are two attractions at each peak. One is a pagoda with Buddha relic, while the other is an open air pavilion. With a few steps climbing up the stair, we found ourselves at the highest position. We worshipped the relic and enjoyed a stunning panorama view of many white pagodas on the top of the nearby mountains and the grassy field below. What a wonderful view!! After shot some photos and took a rest in the pavilion, we returned to our car on the same path.

Don't miss this.
P.S. Dress properly to respect the place and to suit the trek.
Written 23 February 2022
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Breathing2010
Phuket Town, Thailand24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
It takes you some time to reach the top of the hill to see the amazing views.However, it is value for your time in visiting here. Don't forget to visit the temple at the downhill near the car park. If you are a solo traveller with no car, please check that you have suitable transportation to come and back to your accommodaton.
Written 18 May 2017
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Baptiste L
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Friends
After 100 m of elevation gain, walking. You will access magnificent views of the valley.
You will discover temples nestled in the hollow of the mountain
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Written 29 October 2023
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