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MangoLove wrote a review Nov 2017
Cebu City, Philippines1,809 contributions86 helpful votes
This was an ornate wat inside Mae Sot. It is a Burmese style wat in the type of Shwedagon in Yangon. Everything inside is quite elaborately decorated. The main temple was closed, but you can walk around the grounds, and there is also a jade buddha behind glass that you can look at. I agree that it was clean.…
Date of experience: November 2017
Kamisowa wrote a review Aug 2016
Stockholm, Sweden145 contributions36 helpful votes
On one hand a temple as any other, but on the other you can take a glimpse at the Burmese influenced architecture (the roofs especially) without crossing the border.
Date of experience: June 2016
David B wrote a review Nov 2015
Rayong, Thailand9,864 contributions1,135 helpful votes
Wat Chumpon Khiri is a Burmese-style temple. The main pagoda, built in 1771, is a 20 meter high replica of the Shwedagon in Yangon, Myanmar. The main pagoda is surrounded by more than 20 satellite pagodas. In the middle of Mae Sot town in Tak Province, Wat Chumpon Khiri is easily accessible and worth a visit if you would like to see a temple different in style to the many Thai temples you may have visited.…
Date of experience: November 2015
WatcharaF wrote a review Sep 2015
Chiang Mai Province, Thailand71 contributions18 helpful votes
it was very beautiful temple and,it was very clean.it was in the Maesot town.if i have a chance,i will go back to visit a gain.
Date of experience: April 2015
Nemolai wrote a review Dec 2014
Bangkok, Thailand39 contributions15 helpful votes
It's a Burmese style pagoda. Those who like art and architecture will like to observe its difference with Lanna style and Sukhothai style Buddhist architecture.
Date of experience: December 2014