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This is one of the most unique & beautiful temple complexes I have ever visited in Thailand. There are a number of different Buddhist temples, shrines & pavilions on the grounds, the biggest (Wat Chedi) dates back to the 14 hundreds. Many of the temples...More
One of the things you should visit, but if you’re used to ruins in Europe it’s not that special. There is some info available about the ruins but we mainly used Wikipedia to provide us with sufficient information.
We were walking down the streets of the Old City at night and there was a celebration, people everywhere, going to the temple, with offerings and colourful symbols.
This Temple was started to Build in the 14th century by King Saen Muang Ma who planned...More
We loved visiting this Wat
It was really incredible and different from all of the other temples around the city.
We also went more towards the end of the day. Which meant there was a lot less people around.
In Thailand, the definition of a chedi is a Buddha monument with a bell
shaped base with a spire on top. Construction began in 1411 and was completed in the mid 15th century. There are many interesting buildings on this site including a very beautiful...More
I really enjoyed Wat Chedi Luang’s vibes!
Super peaceful place even there was lots of Chinese tourists at the same time.
Lovely coffee shop next to temple (inside the area) to watch either water fountain or temple itself. OR that beautiful very old tree. It...More
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Hi, Not sure if there are set time or if there are one or more all day during opening hours. We saw a Monk sat with someone having a chat when we were there. That was around 15:00pm. I read somewhere that the earlier the... More
Hi, Not sure if there are set time or if there are one or more all day during opening hours. We saw a Monk sat with someone having a chat when we were there. That was around 15:00pm. I read somewhere that the earlier the better. Not perfect answer but hope it helps