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The Church of St. Vladimir in Chiang Mai is the only Orthodox Church in Northern Thailand and it is absolutely gorgeous. It is nestled in a small neighborhood away from the main road so it is peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Chiang...More
I'm normally not a very religious guy, but after I accidentally discovered this church I couldn't resist to come in and see what is going on inside. After enjoying choir singing I was surprised to see two young priests managing this place. They were very...More
I spent a month in Chiang Mai in January/February 2018 and visited a number of times. The church is located very conveniently right off of the main road behind Lanna Palace. You can see the traditional gold dome of the temple as soon as you...More
I visited the church as I have an interest in the Orthodox religion, the church itself is incredibly beautiful which is the norm for orthodox churches. The bishops working there are so welcoming I was invited for tea and to sit and talk with them...More
I discovered the Russian Orthodox Church Saint Vladimir of during one of my stays in Chiang Mai, in August 2016. It was opened, I visited it, finding the serene atmosphere of places of prayer I knew from Greece and Bulgaria. I returned in December, 2017,...More
Out of the blue amongst all the temples and pagodas there appears an Orthodox Russian Church - there used to be a lot of Russians in Thailand but I have not seen many in Chiang Mai? It reminds of Koh Chang a bit when a...More
We visited it on Eager and everything went very hospitable. Father Vikentiy was very friendly and can speak English. He united at the table people from different countries speaking different languages.
A lovely new Russian Orthodox Church located near the center of Chiangmai with daily services at 9AM and 6PM and is open for prayers from 8AM to 8PM. Father Vikentiy (Vincent) offers a warm and friendly welcome and speaks English (and Russian of course).
we visited the church on saturday evening, and returned the next morning for 'liturgie'.
the young, enthusiastic priester nikolai greeted us as friends, it was great to have this private contact on our visit to thailand.
my son, 1 year, got the communion. after we're...More