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Of course, nice temples are a dime a dozen in Chiang Mai. Still, if you get a chance it's a nice place to walk through. Check out the amazing 700-year-old chedi surrounded with elephants, that's what sets Chiang Man apart from the others.
Quiet grounds, ancient-looking elephant sculputured structure, great photo-op. Nice place to hang for a while. Beautiful lotus blossoms in large planters also make for great photo op. Sculpted elephant-shaped bushes. Park bench. Very relaxing.
I was told by my tour guide that this is oldest temple in the city built probably in 13th century. The architecture of the building was worth admiring. The temple seemed to be maintained very well. In comparison to the other temples this one stands...More
Wat Chiang Man (Thai: วัดเชียงมั่น) is the oldest Buddhist temple inside the old city. Although construction was ordered by King Mangrai in the late 1200's in his "new" capital city, more buildings were added in later centuries so the temple complex reflects various architectural styles...More