There is a 1000 years old Budda brought from Sri Lanka by one of the previous Thai Kings. Certainly worth visiting while in the city.
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If you really want to delve into the Thai tradition and history, Wat Phra Sing is an absolute must. It houses the oldest and largest Chedi in the city, and no building inside the moat may be higher, in order to afford all the people...More
Loved the temple - they are very strict with covering below your knees and shoulders! Especially when the monks hold a meditation session- mostly women were targeted. Just a heads up. Other than that super peaceful - great place to take photos especially as the...More
We visited this temple inside were 3 wax statues of monks, they looked so real you almost thought they were. The temple was beautiful and then we went outside and a class of students wanting to learn English stopped us and asked us to talk...More
This is a shiny temple in chiang mai. The main chedi and other small chedis are golden. It is on the west side of old chiang mai. No admission fee.
I was in awe when I heard Buddhists chanting as I approached. I made a point of visiting as my guidebook indicated this was a must see. It's difficult to walk in tropical humid climate in covered apparel. I brought along a large sarong to...More
it is located in the old city and it is in the centre. you will find the most locals and tourist at this temple. inside the compound it is always packed and you will find a few temples all built within the compound. the design...More
You need to come by when you are in Chiangmai. It is right in the old city area. From here you could just walk around and visit the near by market and other neighboring temples. All beautiful. I love its architecture.