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We were just walking around when we found this gem, it just called to us. This temple is small but so beautiful inside and out. The colors are vibrant and the architecture is amazing. It is so fun when you come across a find like...More
While walking around Chiang Mai, I wandered into this temple and felt great energy from the people who were there. I stuck around for a while, prayed and enjoyed the decorations. Fairly typical of Thailand, but still worth a visit if you're into this sort...More
Well this was certainly a little different from other temples visited as It was Black on the outside however on the inside the walls were adorned with many brightly coloured wall paintings.
Then the statute of Buddha were large, grand and covered in gold perhaps...More
The temple was free to enter and felt really well taken care of. It was really aesthetic! Located at the side of the road, it is hard to miss.
But next to it had a museum, now that was something. I mean so much history...More
A small compound today, Wat Inthakin was once one of the most important sites in old Chiang Mai, for it was considered the spiritual navel of the city. The sacred city pillar (Inthakin in the Thai language) was installed here in 1296 before construction of...More
It’s a beautiful site where the Temple and the carving are outstanding. You need to take your shoes off if you want to see inside the Temple.
There are Toilets and a small shopping area. During our visit there where lots of 🚌.
While walking round the city, we came across this lovely little Wat and had a look around.
It’s lovely design and impressive. Also saw it at night and worth a visit lit up.
It’s located right next to the three kings statue, easy to find.