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We were staying nearby and, being photographers, tried to find photo opportunities close by - within the Walled city. This temple has a very ornate golden pagoda at the rear but the main building is one of the very old temples built with teak. A...More
Walked into this 500+years old Buddhist temple, with a huge Buddha in the main hall. My wife and I immediately found peace when stepped inside. The temple is made of woods, so beautiful inside.
A man at the entrance mentioned the King during that period...More
Wat Phan Tao built in the 14th Century is such a contrast to Wat Chedi Luang just next door. The Assembly hall is an all wooden building made of teak. The stark, simple, wooden interior is a reminder of the austere living conditions meant to...More
Just about 100 meters north from wat chedi luang, one of the main attractions in Chiang Mai wat pan tao makes a nice brief stop. The temple is the attraction here with its wood teal architecture. It has a beautiful and elegant grace yet it’s...More
Wat Phan Tao (means Thousand Furnace Temple) .located next to Wat Chedi Luang is one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai. Construction began at the end of the 14th century.
The current compound was once a residential area for the monks of Wat Chedi...More
Small and very old temple made predominately from teak, which I think is unique in Chiang Mai. There are some lovely carvings within the temple. If you are visiting Wat Chedi Luang next door it is worth a visit.
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