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We checked out this venue a historical site and dropped by with great desire. Having led by the Goggle for nearby destinations, we arrived at last using our common sense. By the time we arrived, we were the only visitors. Charged a little for entrance...More
the teak forest temple or wat pa sak as it is called in thai is located in a beautiful and well taken care off forested location. the centuries old stupa is decorated with masterpiece decorative stucco that is still intact after centuries. a walk around...More
One of the tourist attraction in Chiang Mai built in a vast wooded area. There is ornate carvings & calligraphy,this place represents a piece of beautiful art and skillful craftmanship., worth a visit,you need to do a lot of walking as its a huge place
There are two two chedis remaining. Wat Pa Sak ,( teak temple) which is outside the walled city is most memorable for the ancient teak trees that surround it. The temple's name alludes to the hundreds of teak trees planted on the order of Saen...More
Wat Chedi Luang gets all the hype - and it is impressive - but Wat Pa Sak stands alone in a quiet teak tree woodland. It is the loveliest monument with intricate carvings right to the top of the chedi.
A stones throw from the...More
We liked it more than Golden Triangle monuments and Temples. A place is really amazing, full of tropical trees and its inhabitants, nice to walk and watch. Entrance fee is 50b, but you can also not pay and don't enter, just go around, everything is...More