Monuments/ Statues in Chiang Mai

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Monuments & Statues in Chiang Mai

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  • Suratrichard
    Surat Thani, Thailand1,405 contributions
    Before you visit, it’s worth reading up on the part the three kings played in establishing the old city. It is a monument to commemorate the founding of Chiang Mai. Whilst it only takes a few minutes to look at it, there are several interesting places to visit in the vicinity like the City Arts and Cultural centre situated immediately behind the monument.
    Quite a good wet weather activity.
    Written July 13, 2022
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  • Ian cognito
    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK238 contributions
    Only me threre , an awesome experience , the cave is simply breathtaking. A massive expanse , a cathedral like cavern, totally recomend, and I'm not easily pleased, after the cave you can walk up to the top of the hill.. Very hard walk . Not as good as the cave, but go if you like a challenge.
    Written January 12, 2016
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  • BenGoh1963
    Singapore, Singapore242 contributions
    Kruba Srivichai Statue stands at this Monument and many local Thais will pray for safety and protection. Its located at the Foot of Wat Pratat Doi Suthep. You will feel a relief of somewhat of comfort after making some joss stick offerings. You will definately feel better after praying to Kruba Srivichai.
    Written March 12, 2018
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  • 無名
    Japan8,124 contributions
    I'm guessing this is somebody's life long project. Beautiful works of art going on here. I believe it's all produced on the premises. It's got that Hindu / Buddhist mix of things going on. Lots of different things and different styles, yet it all seems to fit together quite well. I can't really point to any one particular piece that struck me. There was a painting of a horse I'm guessing Kanthaka I thought was nice. They got a little bit of a shrine to the King's sister who visited here some years back. I here she's a very nice lady who lives a simple life, and a lot of people here in Thailand admire her. Saw a few young people here working on the paintings, statues. Wish I was part of something like this when I was their age. Wish I was creative like them.
    Written June 2, 2022
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  • ronwparker
    Chiang Mai, Thailand128 contributions
    I have been many times as this is one of the very best examples of a Wat in Chiangmai-try the wooden temple nearer walking street which is wonderful and some of the smaller buidings.
    Written October 14, 2015
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  • Ritu V
    New Delhi, India358 contributions
    Visiting this temple is a nice experience. We climb up very high to reach the main temple which was beautiful and worth for.
    Written December 31, 2016
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