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We went up to the Kings Pagoda Doi Inthonin National Park, it is a beautiful place, a must see if in the area. There are a lot of steps to the temples, but they have an escalator beside the stairs if you require them. The...More
Very good place to visit with family
Situated on the top of the mountain.
Kind & Queen has different temple front to front surrounding by nice garden.
In winter fog and cloud touches you.
Escalator is there for old people to go to temple from...More
What an incredible architectures!
View from the top is stunning and flower gardens are well maintained. I wish we could spend more time there as we had to rush back to the tour guy. This place is a must-see while in Chiangmai.
Great setting and you can see each pagoda in turn with great view of each from the other.one
Lovely stone panels telling stories.
Easy to get to by escalator ( Only Up)
The gardens are lovely to walk around although can get busy. Lots of...More
Phra Maha Dhatu Naphamethinidon and Naphaphonphumisiri Pagodas are a beautiful tribute (for their 60th birthdays) to the late beloved King and his Queen ... built by the Thai Air Force over 900 days they are a lasting testament to the love of the Thai people...More
The impressive King and Queen Pagodas are located at an elvation of 2100 metres on Doi Inthanon. Access is through a wide paved road, except the last 10 km had broken bitumen. There is a 40 baht entry fee. Each pagoda is located on a...More
The main attraction for this wonderful place is King Rama 9s 60th Birthday Anniversary Pagoda and 5 years later Queen Sirikit’s 60th construction - hence Phra Mahathat Naphapholphhumisiri being 5 meters higher than the Queens Naphamethanidon - 60m and 55m. The gardens are taking really...More
We visited the pagodas on our way down from the top of Doi Inthanon—it was part of our tour. At first I wondered whether it would be of interest to a European. I did find it immensely interesting and impressive. Although I didn’t understand the...More