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Lying northwest of the city center, on the other side of the super highway, Wat Jed Yod dates its construction to the Kingdom of Lanna’s Golden Age. King Tilokaraj ordered it built to be the venue for the 8th World Buddhist Council in 1477. The...More
Very ancient, several old Temples set amongst gardens and very old trees. Very scenic different from other temples, not far to get to. Ordination hall females aren’t allowed in but it was locked up
anyway when I was there so no one could get in....More
Expect to spend about an hour here as there are so many beautiful temples on well kept grounds. Some of the most stunning features are the massive ancient trees, all adorned with sashes. We came after the monsoon season so everything was covered in moss...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
This wat is not one of the most visited ones by tourists, it is kinda set aside near MAYA, it is very quiet, there were only a handful of people there when we arrived, but it was also late in the afternoon.
Wat Jet Yod (meaning the temple of seven towers) is one of the best temples in Chiang Mai. Dating back to the 15th century, it is one not only ancient but also very beautiful and this one would be a delight to photographers.
Some people put bamboo tree under a big tree here as they believed that it will help they have long life and happy. But besides of believe this is one of beautiful temple which you should visit when you come travel to Chiang mai