The charm of Lanna art continues found in ancient temples, Chiang Mai.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep has been declared a National Historic Site. This is one of the most important temples in Chaing Mai. The construction is based on Lanna art and inside the sacred pagoda contains Buddha’s big bones. It is commonly known that this place is very sacred.
Wat Phra That Doi Kam
This is one of the most important ancient temples in Chaing Mai, aged 1,300 years. Located in Doi Kum, far from the city about 10KM which is the view point that you can see around Chaing Mai. There is the sacred pagoda contains Buddha’s bones and The Big Buddha that they call “Tan Jai Buddha” that’s mean “Pray for what you want, you will get immediately” meaning of “Tan Jai” After that, if you desire you will be back for giving jasmine garland to him.
Wat Phra That Doi Koeng
Located on High Mountain Forest in Doi Tao, Chaing Mai which is the high view point that you can see Doi Tao Lake.
This sacred pagoda contains Buddha’s left forehead bone.
Wat Phra That Jom Kitti
Located in the San Sai National conserved forest, San Sai district, Chaing Mai. This sacred pagoda contains Buddha’s bones that are made people go to worship.
Wat Phra That Doi Saket
The history of this is the bushman was met with a pile of stones with The Buddha’s hair inside. He very miraculous and persuade people to help build a pagoda. This sacred pagoda here contains Buddha’s hairs.
Wat Phra That Sri Jomtong
Located on the top of Doi Jom thong, Chaing Mai-Hod Road in Jom Thong, Chaing Mai. The most important thing is the sacred pagoda here contains Buddha’s right head bone.
Wat Sri Supan (Silver Castle)
Wat Sri Supan, There Has a history of over 500 years. Located on Wua Lai Road, Meung, Chaing Mai.
I’m so proud to present this temple and I would like to show you about the details, you can see in this picture. the overall silver color that is real silver. Because of is located in the middle of silverware handicraft community. The concept of sharing the heritage of local art. The temple built the world’s first silver casting. It is a beautiful Buddhist art that attracts both Thai and Latvian tourists.