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You actually get two temples for the price of one. The lower temple is beautifully set in well cared for gardens. The entrance has a small shrine of the Buddha's footprint - well endowed with the gold leaf of the faithful.
At the summit of...More
We chose to visit this temple as it is on the south side of Chiang Mai (many of the other big temples/attractions are to the north) and we had rented a car with an afternoon to spare before our bigger all day trip out of...More
We climbed the 400+ steps to the hilltop wat in the heat and haze of early evening in mid-April, the middle of the hot season, to the sound of monks chanting in the valley below, and then experienced the serenity of the wat and viewed...More
I thought this temple had many "moments". If you look at details and not only the full picture, you see even more than you would at many other temples. I had a great feeling walking in, as the monks bless you with water as you...More