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This temple dates from the late nineteenth century, a time when the British had major timber concessions in the Phrae area and sometimes brought in Burmese workers. This Burmese-style wat, with its multi-tiered roof and yellow fretwork, is a product of that period of history....More
This is a very nice Tai Yai (Myanmar) style temple in Phrae. There are 2 Buddha statue, Phra Upacud and Phra Bua Kem. If you need something such as your higher job, working rank or business, you can beg them and when you have got...More
This was a location we went following another review on trip advisor. The temple style was not traditional, wooden building. It is peaceful inside with a number of Buddha images.
The chedi outside though is a further touch of creativity with the pink paint in...More
This is different to the normal Thai temples as it has been built more in the Burmese style of Buddhist temples. Indeed I understand that many of the Burmese monks who come to Thailand to study Buddhism will base themselves at this temple rather than...More