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We spent a while here, it’s beautiful with so many different parts to see. Lots of different style buildings and gorgeous details. Unfortunately the sound of drones ruins the peace of the place so they need to get onto that or it will become unbearable...More
This church is beautiful. Has many little different place to see. The entrence is 40 bath and you need to put long clothes what they cover you knees and shoulders, in case that you forget they give you a tipe of skirt to cover yourself...More
Visiting Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand on Temple Tour this is must visit place.
Construction of the Temple started in 14th Century, in Thai Language "Chedi" means Stupa. At that time in was the largest building of all Lana Dynasty / Architecture.
In 1468, the famous Emarald...More
This Wat has been around for many centuries, part of it is damaged, part restored. Simply beautiful to look at something so old. This should be in anyone's list of places rot visit when in CM. The area used to open to public, but no...More
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
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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