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Wat Mahawan was one of the few wats I swung by while walking around the city. Unless you’re a Thai temple enthusiast, there probably isn’t a need to go out of the way to see these. If you’re nearby, they are worth a quick look...More
Today I walked past the Temple and decided to have a foot massage. The therapist just went through the motions of rubbing and prodding but never put heart and soul into the job. The good thing was the cool shade and I slept through half...More
Came in the morning before it was too hot. Had an unusual encounter with a man that made me think I had to pay to enter. There is no entrance fee, he turned out to be a tuk tuk driver blocking the way and asking...More
What sets this temple apart from many others in Chiang Mai is that it hasn't started charging people to visit.
Many others have and I consider this a sad step - but understandable somewhat - to combat the bus loads of tourists that can descend...More
On Tha Pae Road a block east of the Gate, this is a surprisingly quiet and attractive compound. It’s an old site, but the viharn only dates to 1865. The white chedi behind it is from an earlier period. With its overlapping roofs and big...More
Lovely environment and beautiful temples - can you see more of them? dress codes must be observed. Women not allowed into some of the temples. have to pay for all sorts of things. But very beautiful and appealing.