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This temple is a rare gem. It is also called Jetlin, Jedlin, Chedlin.
It possesses many quirky features worth seeing. As you enter you get to see a huge stone Buddha head. In the courtyard of the temple complex you get to meet the bizarre...More
Wat Jetlin (aka Jedlin , Chedlin ) is the second oldest temple built in in Chiang Mai ( mentioned in the 15th century in the Khlong Niras Hariphunchai , one of the most famous poems in Thai language ) A beautiful carp pond out there...More
Currently listed on Google Maps as ‘Wat Jedlin’ this interesting temple boasts traditional Thai Buddhist design, accompanied by a large ancient Wat toward the rear of the main temple and a large pond at the rear of the grounds.
If you want to see the...More
Such picturesque experience, was so peaceful to walk around the temple and across the lantern bridge. We only had a short visit here, but it is well worth your time just to pop in. Unlike some larger temples in Chiang Mai, there is no entry...More
Wat Jetlin is often overlooked in the touristy old walled city of Chiang Mai. Truth be told, I'm glad since you get a more authentic temple experience here. The temple ground is very serene and peaceful. There's a pond, a bamboo bridge and a walkway...More
My first time here. Almost people always visit only the big temple in old city area butI really like this temple quiet and beautiful like resort. Walk on the bamboo bridge so excite haha. It be good if the temple staff clean the bird dropping...More
This is one of the most interesting temple compounds in the city. The large Buddha head mounted beside a pipal tree and the chedi are the only original components left of its 14th century construction. The rest was destroyed during the Burmese occupation and only...More
Quite temple with a lovely lake.
Easy to miss with all the other temples, But worth a short visit
There was some renovation going on there but it will be beautiful when finiahed. I would like to go back to see when completed.
This was a start point for our Thai Akha Cooking Class and also around the corner from the morning market near one of the gates.
It has a lovely quiet pond at the back and you can make some merit by purchasing some fish food...More