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I'll give some details of how we arranged transport below but this is definitely worth doing. The walk was not as taxing as I thought it would be and with the skies being overcast it wasn't too hot mid morning. There's plenty of cover from...More
I timed my visit to coincide with sunset, and I was lucky enough to happen upon the sunset service. I joined the monks and a few visitors in the service, and it was so beautiful. The view from the temple at sunset was incredible.
The climb uphill through the monk’s trail was easy, anybody could do it without a fuzz. When you reach a certain point, you can see beautiful views of Chiang Mai. The trail is the way I wanted it to be, all-natural!
If you take the monk's trail to get into hear, you may see amazing views over the city and you will pass through 2 types of forest. But, the first part, it is so hot, that you can barely breath. Once you get closer to...More
This temple marks the first place the elephant stopped as it was walking up the mountain carrying the relics of the Buddha. It was also the first place we stopped with our guide as we drove up the Mountain.
This site should be kept a secret, as it is so good to discover it all, without sharing the experience with hundreds of tourists.
No gold buddha, but a real temple filled with soul, magic and monks easy to talk to. And many many sanctuaries...More
Make sure you hike up to the temple, 30 min easy uphill walk through the forest. Bring along some shoulder and knee covering clothes for women. Water available at destination. If you are fresh enough keep hiking to the golden Buddha, another hour away
We got up at 7am to walk the Monks Trail out of Chang Mai.
We downloaded the Grab app and chose the location as on the photo I have uploaded. From there it was 30 mins through the jungle and we arrived at the most...More
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The grounds look down to the East and towards Chiang Mai so the direction that the sun rises. The sun sets behind Doi suthep mountain, which is behind the temple grounds. Both times of day are gorgeous, depending if you want... More
The grounds look down to the East and towards Chiang Mai so the direction that the sun rises. The sun sets behind Doi suthep mountain, which is behind the temple grounds. Both times of day are gorgeous, depending if you want pictures of the view down to Chiang Mai, or of the temple buildings themselves
I responded already but I thought I should mention that rabies is a terminal disease and dogs with rabies die within a few days. The disease causes mental deterioration and dogs with rabies are beyond any "pack" behavior... More
I responded already but I thought I should mention that rabies is a terminal disease and dogs with rabies die within a few days. The disease causes mental deterioration and dogs with rabies are beyond any "pack" behavior, often completely unaware of their surroundings.
Some dogs are usually found at all of the temples, as are temple cats and temple chickens. I suspect whomever wrote the post about "mad dogs" was phobic about dogs, unaware of the nature of rabies, or both. IT's a great place to visit, close to Wat Doi Suthep which is great for sunrise, and has a waterfall on the grounds and is near another.