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Chormtong Temple

Chormtong Temple Chormtong temple or PratardChormtong temple locates at the east of amphur Mea Sarieng: Moo 4, Bann Toongpraw, Mea Sarieng distinct, Meahongson Province. It is far from amphur Mea Sar...

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Gum Gor temple

Gum Gor temple “Gum Gor temple” (Gum Gor in Thai Yai means Iron wood flower) has history for hundreds of years. It was constructed on 22 January, 1890 which is on the 13th day of the 6th ...

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Klang Temple

Klang Temple Mae Hong Sorn is a province that has the most Thai Yai temples in the North of Thailand. In Pai there are also a plenty of Thai Yai temples in the area such as Klang temple which is one ...

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PhratatChomkiti

PhratatChomkiti One of the most important relics of Mae Sariang District is safely reserved within PhratatChomkiti. The construction was strongly influenced by Lanna architecture, significantly seen ...

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PratardChormmon Temple

PratardChormmon Temple PratardChormmon temple locates in the area of Pomolor village: moo 9, Bann Gard district, amphur Mea Satieng, MeaHongson province. We do not know when exactly the temple was bu...

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Wat Chomthong

One kilometers up to a hill near Mae Sariang district, this temple enshrines a huge Buddha image and overlooks the beautiful scenery of Mae Sariang town. There is a giant Buddha statue situate on the ...

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Wat Hua Wiang

Wat Hua Wiang Wat Hua Wiang is located at no. 15, on Singhanat Bamrung Road in Chong Kham Sub District, Muang District, Mae Hong Son Province. The temple is next to Muang Mae Hong Son municipal marke...

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Wat Hua Wiang

Opposite Wat Phra Non, Wat Kam Ko is a Burmese-style temple built in 1890. A special architectural feature is the cover over the passageway from the entrance arch to the chapel. It also stores text i...

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Wat Jong Kham

Wat Chong Kham is the oldest temple of Mae Hong Son. It was built on the bank of Nong Chong Kham swamp in 1827 by Thai Yai artisans who gilded pillars with golden flakes. The main hall houses a large ...

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Wat Jong Klang

Next to Wat Chong Kham is Wat Chong Klang where a replica of the Phra Phuttha Sihing is installed on an altar. There are several interesting items such as wooden figurines of human and animals depicte...

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