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This is a temple that has a very interesting legend. They say that one day King Mengrai went hunting in this area. He saw a pair of white deer fend off a huge pack of wild dogs. He took this as an ominous sign and...More
I had an Airbnb experience and the lady brought me here after the Three Kings Monument (across the street) and to other temples and explained a bit of their religious and spiritual beliefs while we visited. My Life Is So special that I get to...More
Near the 'Three Kings' and Lanna Museum, this very photogenic temple is situated haphazardly across part of a road, making it stand out even more.
Largely black, with gold trim, it is a joy to photograph. Very small, so the inside is minimal but still...More
The Wat Inthakin is a small, active temple comprises of a viharn, two chedis and the monks living quarters.
The temple is also known as the Wat Sadue Muang, (temple of the city navel ) a reference to the spot in the center of town...More
Right next to the Chiang Mai Arts & Cultural Centre and seen from the Three Kings Monument, this is a lovely temple made out of what appears to be wood and gold leaf.
This is a small but impressive temple. Even though it’s not on...More
During our self guided walking tour we stumbled on this pretty little temple on the side of the street quite ornate in black and gold, no one was around, we had it to ourselves, quite photogenic, had a look inside, with a gold buddha, all...More
Again a beautiful temple, along the street and close to the 3 Kings monument. Its not a really old one but on this place the city pillar was standing until it moved to the Wat Chedi Luang temple. It has nice carvings and is well...More
We didnt go hunting for this one... just came upon it near the three kings monumnet.. it was hugely decorated with lanterns as we were there for the lantern festival opening.. its a very ornate temple and different looking to a lot as it appears...More