We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
At front of the main gate, there are fruit stalls which are arrange tidily , hygienically clean. After entering the temple complex, there is delicate wooden work of main monastery with tiered roofs in Myanmar style (once damaged from fire but now renovated). The wooden...More
I went in a group around lampang and our guide was awesome, so knowledgeable and really improved the experience. I'm a big fan of temples in asia and i found this one really good and even though i've seen many temples in thailand this one...More
Wat Sri Chum is a Burmese-style temple which dates back to the late nineteenth century. At the time of our visit, it was open but some parts of it were clad with scaffolding: it is now receiving some much needed renovation work.
This small temple...More
Very famous Burmanse Temple, in the centre of town, surrounding it is a muslim wet market where you can buy fruits and veg and you can buy a banana pancake from two lovely Muslim ladies. Two religions living side by side. I love this.
Unfotunately, this main monastery with most perfect myanmar fine arts was burned last years ago, the re-built one is still alike the original. the pagoda is also strange from other thsi pagodas. There is also fruit stalls selling seasonal fruits, including dragonfruit, orange, pineapple, rambutan,...More