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Wat Pan Tao

Chiang Mai, Thailand
+66 53 814 689
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wooden temple

made of wood, temple right beside wat chedi luang. good for stopping by when temple hopping. very... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
joshua_seth_liew
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Singapore, Singapore
Best visit during Songkran

This temple is located next to Wat Chedi Luang. When we visited there was no special ceremony, but... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
merry_setianingsih
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Bogor, Indonesia
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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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"wooden temple"
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"beautiful temple"
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"lanna style"
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"old city"
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"older temples"
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"free entrance"
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"young monks"
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"main hall"
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"worth a visit"
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"take photos"
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Reviewed 4 days ago

made of wood, temple right beside wat chedi luang. good for stopping by when temple hopping. very relaxing and quiet compared to wat chedi luang

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This temple is located next to Wat Chedi Luang. When we visited there was no special ceremony, but according to the guide in Lanna Folklife Museum (must visit!!!) there were special ceremony in during Songkran. People will "bring back" the sand to the temple -...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very nice temple made of wood. You can take a little walk outside, it's very charming. Flags everywhere make the place colorful.

Thank Marie S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wat Pan Tao started out as a stilted teakwood palace for Chao Mahotaraprathet, the fifth king in the Chao Chet Ton Dynasty that began with Kawila. He lived here from 1847-1854. His successors built their own palaces in other locations and in 1876 the compound...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very beautiful teak wood temple! When you enter, you will see that the structure are all made using teak wood. Given the fact that teak wood was once a rare commodity in Thailand (and it is still relatively expensive), one can really imagine the level...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of maybe less known, but beautiful temples in Chiang Mai. I loved the wooden architecture. The temple is located close to the famous Wat Chedi Luang.

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Reviewed May 11, 2018

located next to the wat chedi luang, it is a must see temple as it is made of teak. they also have a buddle by the bamboo at the back as well as bells on the side.

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Reviewed May 7, 2018

As this is situated right next to Wat Chedi Luang it is easy to visit them both. Whereas Wat Chedi Luang had lots of queues, this was much more peaceful. If you don't have suitable clothing, you can borrow these outside the temple. Well worth...More

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Reviewed April 11, 2018

This teak temple, once a palace, is a must-see – different from the other wats and absolutely beautiful! Don’t miss the view of the golden chedi from the bamboo steps around back. Right next to Wat Chedi Luang so you can see them both in...More

Thank DCDolcevita
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Reviewed April 2, 2018

This is a lovely old wooden building with just a little gold leaf around the main door and windows otherwise natural wood. Inside it’s very simple with a large sitting Bhuda. It’s simplicity made it special there was a peaceful atmosphere here where people could...More

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July 9, 2017|
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Response from xplorermind | Reviewed this property |
To be honest I have no idea because I visited this place during the day time. But based on the information obtained during my visit, the lights are lighter everyday. The validity of the fact am not sure
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