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Built during the reign of King Tilokkarat in the late 15th century, this “Temple of the Seven Spires” features an eclectic architectural style, incorporating elements of Thai, Lao, Indian and Chinese design.
Need to take a tuk tuk to get there as it’s a bit out of the city, but it’s lovely and quite different to the others. Very peaceful, we were the only tourist there and got to see some local children in traditional dress.
This is really one of the best temple complexes in the Chiang Mai area. It's a bit further out than most of the other temples, but that means fewer tourists, which is a good thing.
This isn't a single temple, but rather, a complex and...More
What is especially beautiful about this place is the Khmer style central structure with intricate carvings. The surrounding grounds were also stunning and there is a large Maha Bodhi Tree (planted in 1455) with hundreds of contributed "support" poles - lots of history to read...More
Wat Chet Yot is one of my new favorites! I visited early morning & there wasn't a tourist in sight. This is an old Wat with lots of history, located North West of the wall. The grounds are large but need a good cleaning, I...More
I'll start by saying that I'm a Buddhist and really enjoy visiting temples. I enjoyed Wat Ched Yot for its solitude and for its unique architectural features and history. It was built primarily in the 15th century and the main building with the seven stupas...More
Probably my favourite temple in Chiang Mai, located on the Super Highway just outside town, accessible by local taxi. Amazing architecture, much quieter than other more popular temples in Chiang Mai, this complex is really old and well worth the visit, nice grounds to explore...More
This temple was amazing beautiful, the design and the gold work.. the monks were sat on the right having their breakfas but would let you talk and take photos, dont forget to sign the visitors book, a great hour was spent here and a lovely...More