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The Wat itself is lovely, and very photogenic. There is a large Buddha beside it sporting some red lipstick which was interesting. 111 stairs take you to the Buddha but there is also a bus. There are quite a lot of statues surrounding this which...More
The big Buddha and pagoda are a must visit while in Chiang Rai.
An inspiring pagoda and the amazing Buddha, is definitely a place if you would like to experience beauty, magnificent views and appreciate the structures. You need a couple of hours to walk...More
This is a nice place with a good vibe. Well worth the effort to go. Free Lunch provided and well organised. Child friendly but not a great place for elderly (too many hills and stairs). Beautiful scenery and cool breezes surround this place.
Once you get there you're impressed with the scale of the the Temple and the size of Guan Yin statue.
At the same time the place has the unique atmosphere of peace and calm. You walk around and involuntarily smile. You don't want to hurry....More
If you’re in Chiang Rai do not miss this temple. It has to be one of my favourites. I found it very peaceful. Inside the big Buddha (which isn’t actually a Buddha) you go up an elevator to witness incredible views of the surrounding area....More
Stunning Temple and setting, it’s a must see thing to do if you are in Chiang Rai.
It is set on a very steep hill but offer a bus cart to take you to the temple.
The price to go inside the Buddha to the...More
We visited the temple with our friends and toured around the temple. Try to avoid the tourists from everywhere since everyone wants to pay a visit to the famous Abort. The tourists can eat inexpensive vegetarian lunch at the temple.