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This is a lovely extremely peaceful temple. Once you enter you could be a 100 miles away. It is quiet and very peaceful. You will see the monks going about their daily business. Make sure you check out the old Chedi out the back. Being...More
We were in Chiang Mai for 5 days last November for Yi Peng (Flying Lantern Festival) and Loy Krathong (Floating Lantern Festival), and we had planned a 3 day Temple circuit in the Old City.
We had pin pointed the most famous ones like Wat...More
Wat Chiang Man is likely the oldest standing temple in Chiang Mai. It is certainly the crowning architectural achievement of King Meng Rai. Its layout makes it a quiet oasis amid Chiang Mai city, and gives the grounds an intimate feel, despite limited shade and...More
Wat Chiang Man is Chiang Mai’s oldest temple and and enshrined in this temple are Phra Setangamani (Crystal Buddha) about one thousand years old & Phra Sila (Marble Buddha) which is 2500 years old. The place is well maintained and easily reached. Most of the...More
We stayed at a hotel near the temple and visited the place in the first morning in Chiang Mai. The atmosphere is fresh, peaceful and the view is excellent. From different direction, the temple appears with distinctive beauty.