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Highly recommended place in Chiang Mai.
One of the most ancient and impressive temple in the city. Wat Chedi Luang massive chedi (pagoda) was built over 600 years ago. At its peak it towers a distinctive feature in Chiang Mai skyline. It was once the...More
The structure is very impressive and even beautiful in its unfinished condition. Surrounded by several smaller temples it's a nice oasis in the city where you can walk around and just enjoy the peace as you take in the views. One of the "must see"...More
I often visit this temple, the atmosphere is excellent. You could feel the calmness and kindness permeate throughout the site. This temple is certainly a respectful place, it has monk's school and place where you can study about Buddhism. And the hugh Chedi or the...More
This was an absolutely beautiful setting and temples. We really enjoyed going just for somewhere to sit and stare at it as it is very very beautiful. Doesn't need a vast amount of time to see it, but it is worth seeing if you are...More
larger area, where different temples are located. One ancient temple is stunning, but you can't enter this temple. all other temples rather average. They ask an entry fee and rent you clothes to cover you completely. women are not allowed to enter the temples.
Wat Chedi was an amazing stone temple in the middle of the city. We followed lonely planets self guided walking tour and werent disappointed. It was $80baht for the 2 of us to enter and there were several ornately embellished buildings and temples around. We...More
Hi, Not sure if there are set time or if there are one or more all day during opening hours. We saw a Monk sat with someone having a chat when we were there. That was around 15:00pm. I read somewhere that the earlier the... More
Hi, Not sure if there are set time or if there are one or more all day during opening hours. We saw a Monk sat with someone having a chat when we were there. That was around 15:00pm. I read somewhere that the earlier the better. Not perfect answer but hope it helps