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Ban Wat Chan Pine Forest

Ban Wat Chan Pine Forest is quiet and tranquil, set away from Chiang Mai city for 150 kilometers. The two-leaf and three-leaf pine trees here can grow only at the height of 1,000 metres above the sea...

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Phra Borom That Saen Hai

It is believed that the gold pagoda located in Wat Phra That Saen Hai was built during the Buddha’s lifetime and was later given a total restoration in 1914 with a blend of Burmese and Lanna art...

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Phra That Doi Noi Temple

Wat Phra That Doi Noi is a historic temple with more than 1,300 years of history. It is believed that it was built by Queen Jamathewi of Lamphun in 658 AD atop a small hill overlooking Ping River. Th...

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Phra That Si Chom Thong Temple

Phra That Si Chom Thong is one of the most sacred Buddhist chedis in Chiang Mai, as it enshrines Buddha’s relics, and the temple where it is located also has a ancient history, dated back to the...

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Phutha Oen Temple

This Buddhist temple is another admirable attraction in Mae Chaem district, travelers usually drop by during their journey to ladder rice fields. What’s special about this temple is not about ag...

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Tham Tap Tao Temple

Situated in Chai Prakan Sub-district along the Chiang Mai-Fang route between Km.120 and Km.121, Tham Tap Tao Temple is a buddhist temple with outstanding character setting a cave. The highlight is scr...

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Wat Buppharam

It is a buddhist temple located at the heart of Chiang Mai town, best recognized its Burmese-style chedi, and the beautiful, Lanna-style ordination hall made of woods with colorful mirror mosaic deta...

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Wat Chedi Chet Yot

Officially named Wat Photaram Mahaviharn, Wat Chedi Chet Yot (a temple with seven pinnacles) is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai, believed to be built in circa 1455. The temple is best...

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Wat Chedi Liam or Chedi Ku Kham

Part of the newly-discovered historical site of Wiang Kum Kam, it is believed that Wat Chedi Liam was built in 1288 during the reign of King Meng Rai of the Lanna Kingdom, with influenced from Khmer a...

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Wat Chedi Luang

“Luang” means “large” in northern dialect, and as the name suggests, Wat Chedi Luang temple is home to Chiang Mai’s largest Buddhist chedi built featuring 98 meters tall ...

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