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from a local resident; as noted previously, 3 temples in one, and ,importantly, not over commercialized;
the temple on the bottom of the hill tends toward average; the middle one, halfway up the hill, cannot be seen from the first, is nice, then the hilltop...More
It's quite a large temple, and if you travel all the way up to the Chedi, (that's where the picture is taken) you get stunning views over Sop Kham, the Mekong river and when good wheter even up to Chiang Saen and Laos. They also...More
you shouldn't miss - bit away fom other overcrowded tourist spots - therefor more quite and better for releaxing and enjoyinf marvellous süectacular view over Mekong river and sunset form highest of three levels
The temple is on a huge hillside property overlooking the river. The temple itself is down near the road, and though it's a local pilgrimage centre, it's less interesting for the general traveller than some of the wats in Chiang Saen or Chiang Khong. There's...More
This temple is quite vast and sprawls up the mountain. Many different temples on this site and it was quite busy on our visit. Take the shuttle bus to the top it's a long walk otherwise.
Put it on your list of to visit in...More
thai temple on the ground floor is above average; middle temple up the hill is quite nice; then there is the burma style temple on the top hill; great views; not too overcrowded or over commerciallized; worth a visit