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Wat Lok Molee

565 Reviews

Wat Lok Molee

565 Reviews
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Delaney wrote a review Jan 2021
Singapore, Singapore166 contributions128 helpful votes
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Came across this temple earlier in the day, and the old stupa caught our eyes. Made the visit at night and it was truly worth the visit, although it appears people usually come here to pray during the day. But then again, it was peaceful visit for us. The temple was beautifully lit at night - such as nice sight for photo like most temples in old town area. There's also some great street food within walking distance - just by the entrance to Chang Phuak Gate. Great location to stop by before dinner around there. Overall, a beautiful graceful temple to stop by when in Chiang Mai.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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melkeet wrote a review Dec 2020
Ipoh, Malaysia1,361 contributions60 helpful votes
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We reached this wat as part of a walking tour of the temples in the old town. It’s on a main road, on the north side of the moat, west of the Chang Phuak city gate and is also accessible by all form of road vehicles. The temple commemorates the site where monks from Burma, were housed during the Mangrai dynasty. The ashes of several members of the Mengrai dynasty are also placed in this temple. Entrance is free to this site. The place was not crowded at noon when we visited. The chedi is big and tall. The Vihan is in Lanna art style. The interior is beautiful with multiple big pillars holding the roofs. The roof is well decorated and the walls have many wooden carvings around it. The Buddha here is in meditation posture. There are some wooden chairs on the side in the Vihan. There are many great photo opportunities. We were there at noon and it was quite a hot weather and best to carry a hat, sunblock and water with you. Alternatively, if you have ample time, then, going early morning or late afternoon may be an option. We spent about 1 hour here. This temple is well worth the time to explore.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Karin H wrote a review Mar 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota386 contributions85 helpful votes
This temple, the Chedi and the temple grounds are gorgeous. The elephant statues that flank the entrance are really cool. This temple is well worth the time to explore.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Regan M wrote a review Mar 2020
Regina, Canada26 contributions28 helpful votes
We came across this temple as we were walking around the market near the northern gate (Chang Phuak gate) in the evening. It looks very cool in the evening with all the lights and candles, and we pretty much had it all to ourselves.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dan W wrote a review Feb 2020
Portland, Oregon1,954 contributions568 helpful votes
One of the more distinct temples in Chiang Mai - I would say it was one of my favorites. It was fairly quiet, not crowded and made for a most pleasant visit. The chedi is one of the biggest and Wat Lok Molee is one of the oldest temples of Chiang Mai. The color of the temple is distinctive - with ivory white and reddish roofs giving the temple an eye-catching marvel. The details in wood are also very beautiful adding to the temple's distinctive look.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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