Twin Royal Stupas (Phra Maha Dhatu Nabha Metaneedol and Nabhapol Bhumisiri

Twin Royal Stupas (Phra Maha Dhatu Nabha Metaneedol and Nabhapol Bhumisiri

Twin Royal Stupas (Phra Maha Dhatu Nabha Metaneedol and Nabhapol Bhumisiri
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253SA
Singapore, Singapore3,379 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
The Twin Royal Stupas dedicated to His Majesty The King and Queen of Thailand. Located at the summit of Doi Inthanon National Park, the Twin Royal Stupas (Phra Maha Dhatu Nabha Metaneedol and Nabhapol Bhumisiri) is a mandatory attraction to go to when you are in Chiang Mai. Whilst a sight to behold, its the view when you reach the top of the stupas that will truly mesmerize. You will feel like you have reached the top of the world as you peruse the hills and valleys below you. Complimenting this are the lovely gardens, with the plethora of flowering plants, making this a visual enjoyment!
Written January 7, 2024
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Lost In Asia
Singapore, Singapore3,491 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
This is definitely the highlight of my trip to Doi Inthanon National Park. Our drive up have to pass thru 2 military check points, but the officers are friendly and check our tickets.

After visiting the highest peak nature park, these Chedi is our next stop. After we parked, one come to a landing point where the history of the place is written in Thai, i can't find any English signage.

One can decide to go right or left first, i noticed most people will go right first, up the escalator to the base of the Chedi, and walk up a few stairs.

Inside the Chedi are stunning Buddhists murals on the walls, in front of the buddha statues are sign informing visitors about the relic stored inside them.

Outside the chedi there is a beautiful garden with springs, one can sit there and look down on the Clouds covered valley.

With the 2 Chedi, the occassional clouds, it look very Enchanting !
Written October 14, 2019
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LoriT2011
Raleigh, North Carolina41 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Spent about 45 minutes here. Very interesting and important part of Thai history. Escalators up only if you don't want to use stairs. Displays are also in English. There are restrooms. Bring your own toilet paper as it is not supplied. Beautiful views from the stupas and the gardens are very pretty.
Written January 3, 2020
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whisker11
Singapore, Singapore225 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
Other than the two very impressive pagodas which are beautiful in their own way, there are the incredible views. You get the feeling you are on top of the world! If you drive, you have to park before entering the bridge that leads to the pagodas, pay your entrance fee and walk on a slight incline for about 7 minutes to the pagodas. We spent slightly under an hour here.
Written December 8, 2019
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Cynthia B
Chiang Mai, Thailand475 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Couples
Visiting Doi Inthanon Park.
We went here after experiencing the sunrise.
You will pass the Twins as you go up to the viewing point.

The grounds are very well kept.
Ideal for photos.
Gets busy after 8am.
A escalator available going up to one of the Stupas, the other is awaiting funds.
Donations welcomed 🙏
We parked on the main road. Parking bays available. The bays are on a slop.
You can take a vehicles up to courtyard.
But please check with the guard on the gate, as we walked up.
The ticket was 40 baht.
Written November 23, 2019
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davefr0mireland
Helsinki, Finland38 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
Both pagodas are impressive structures with wonderful valley views on a clear day.
Each pagoda is on its own small hill surrounded by colorful gardens. You can use the escalators as an alternative to ascending the stairs.

On the day that I was there a Thai Airforce Officer was ensuring modest dress for visitors (women can cover up with modest clothing provided for a returnable deposit)

There are also food and drink stalls and toilets.

Easy to spend a couple of hours here.
Written October 4, 2019
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Suratrichard
Surat Thani, Thailand2,378 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Friends
The twin Royal Stupas are certainly a landmark from which superb views of the Chiang Mai province countryside can be seen depending on the degree of haze.
We went by taxi as part of a day's sightseeing. There is quite a large car park which was extremely busy and more than a little chaotic! By the car park are the toilets and shops.
The two stupas were built to commemorate the 60th birthdays of the late King Bhumipol and Queen Sirikit. They are certainly impressive structures and quite a feat of engineering. Admission is 40 baht. If you are particularly energetic, entrance to each pagoda can be made by climbing a significant number of steps and by far the easiest way up is by the escalators but you have to come down by the steps. The interiors of both pagodas are beautiful, cool and peaceful. The exteriors contain some very fine decorated sculpted panels.
There are well kept gardens surrounding the pagodas and the views are superb.
Not to be missed!

Written February 22, 2018
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Chloe Liying L
Singapore, Singapore143 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017
The twin pagodas are so well maintained. The Buddha statues are beautiful and the wall carvings are very intricate and lively. The view from the garden is great too! It's a must see when you are at Doi Inthanon. The 40 bhut entrance fee is so worth it.
Written July 15, 2017
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msa23_2000
Chino Hills, CA1,440 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019
This was my highlight of Doi Inthanon National Park. We drove out here for the nature, but stopped here, just because they were there, so expectations were low, but man were they beautiful. They are temples, but have a different feel. The gardens and landscaping was the best we have seen in Thailand, gorgeous and aromatic flowers just make for a great setting. The purple spire was so unique and beautiful.
Written March 22, 2019
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Jobin George
Muscat, Oman446 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Family
Visited this place as part of a conducted group tour to Doi Inthanon National Park.
The King & Queen Pagodas with carvings and paintings, surrounding gardens, colourful mix of flower species, coupled with an incredible view of layered mountains make it most beautiful hill view point in Thailand.
This is a great place to take photos, and perfect place for relaxation in the cool, windy climate.
Plan 3-4 hours halt in this place.
Top recommended destination in Chiang Mai.
Written April 16, 2016
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