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Wat Pan Ping

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Wat Pan Ping

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158/2, Ratchapakhinai Rd Si Phum, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand
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Wat Doi Suthep: Amazing Sunrise on Mountaintop & Stunning Chiangmai City Views
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Wat Doi Suthep: Amazing Sunrise on Mountaintop & Stunning Chiangmai City Views

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See the gleaming golden spire and elaborate sculptures of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep in peace and quiet on this serene sunrise tour. Watch the light spill across northern Thailand from one of the region’s highest points, and witness a morning alms-giving ceremony that most visitors miss. Your guide is a former monk, so you'll get first-hand insight into temple life and the Buddhist faith. A delicious Thai breakfast is also included.
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AussieRicho1 wrote a review Sep 2019
Wollongong, Australia1,632 contributions249 helpful votes
Another temple located in the old city of Chiang Mai. Easy to find as you walk the streets and this particular temple has some great buildings and of course color adorns the inside sanctuary of the temple.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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chiangmaicharlies wrote a review May 2019
Chiang Mai, Thailand5,594 contributions448 helpful votes
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I've been exploring some of Chiang Mai's temples that don't charge for entry, and I'm finding that most of them are well worth a visit. Wat Pan Ping had a lovely main hall with an interesting addition. It has covered the entrance and windows with chains. This may well reduce the heat inside, and gives an interesting look. There are a number of fine statues in the grounds. Plenty of parking area, and usually not busy. Well worth a visit if you're passing.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Dean S wrote a review Dec 2018
Doncaster, United Kingdom4,899 contributions160 helpful votes
Nice quiet temple close to the 3 Kings monument. To the right of the entrance are little sayings in Thai and English (unfortunately I lost the pics)
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Date of experience: December 2018
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2mumies wrote a review Sep 2018
Sydney, Australia306 contributions48 helpful votes
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Don’t just stop at the entrance walk through as you will be surprised by the little treasure. Toward the back of the complex you will find a small temple where the monks are ordained I felt this building was worth the find. In the ground roaming freely are many chickens, roasters and the cats played in and around the statues of Buddha’s. I found a chair and just sat back and watch the set up of marquee for the weekend celebration monks instructing where tables and chair should go. This temple is easy to find and is surrounded by many tourists attractions such as the 3 Kings monument, Lanna folk museum and so much more.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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JamHam wrote a review Apr 2017
Olathe, Kansas687 contributions223 helpful votes
Have walked past, but first time to enter and look around. This is not a crowded temple and is very peaceful and serene. This is nice and a good way to avoid the crowded temple near by.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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