103 Prapokkloa Rd, Tambon Si Phum, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
It's a wonderful old stone temple with golden Buddhas on each face. Late in the evening you can enter an adjoining hall to witness the monks chanting. Fabulous. Remember to dress appropriately with no shoulders, bellies or knees showing. It's also home of the three Buddhas - past Buddha (traditional sitting Buddha), present Buddha (reclining as he reaches nirvana) and future Buddha (laughing Buddha).
Quite interesting temple to visit. It's a complex of temples actually, with different pagodas. The main one is so old and beautiful, reminded me of the colors of Angkor Wat. And I should say that I've seen the most beautiful dragons statues here. There's also a city pillar inside which women are not allowed to visit. Not my favorite concept in life, but people say it has very beautiful paintings, describing the whole city's highlights. That's right, I didn't even try to find any photos.
This temple is a really nice temple in Chiang Mai. The entrance isn't free, but the ticket price is very fair. It is made with different pagoda with a lot of arts inside of it. Everything inside is very pretty. There is this very old temple in the middle of it with nice sculpture on it. There are a couple of bench just to sit there, relax and enjoy the moment. Like every temples in Thailand, make sure to respect the rules there and respect the religion.
nice temple but a very unique experience. The temple itself isn't much different from rst found around the city. What made this experience stand out what the ability to be able to sit down speak with the monks. This was an amazing experience one of the highlights of my trip. I'd definitely recommend you come here and take your time to talk with them.
Lots of visitors and you'll see why. Don't worry if you aren't dressed properly, they have FREE sarongs and shawls by the ticket booth but you have to leave a RETURNABLE 100 Baht deposit. It's quick and easy. The tickets are 40 Baht per adult and well worth it in our opinion. The grounds are kept up very nicely, inside the temples are very ornate and the monks are absolutely delightful. At this location they offer Chat With A Monk, DO IT!!! We sat and talked with a very polite monk for a solid half hour and it was interesting to see their point of views, their reasons for becoming a monk, and just getting a glimpse of their daily lives. There are also a few stands that sell coconuts, drinks and ice cream at REASONABLE prices, which is nice after working up a sweat walking around the temple.