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Wat Pa Dara Phirom

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Sukanya
Sukanya
October 20, 2019
Found by the Queen of Rama V, the temple is a beautiful Lanna achitecture amid the peaceful surrounding. Please dress appropriately: no shorts, no too-revealing cloth. The temple offers meditation training. It is a place not to be missed if you staying in Mae Rim.
Suppapa
Suppapa
March 1, 2019
This particular Buddhist temple is said to be one of the best temples in all of Thailand. The intricate and ornately decorated buildings have incredible detail and the grounds are very tranquil and a pleasure to walk through. The Wat Pa Dara Phirom Temple is not at all touristy and visitors will be…
Sukanya
Sukanya
August 18, 2019
วัดป่าดาราภิรมย์ ที่นี่คือพระอารามหลวงชั้นตรี ขึ้นชื่ออย่างมากด้านความสวยงามทางสถาปัตยกรรมที่มีอายุยาวนานผ่านกาลเวลามาตั้งแต่สมัยรัชกาลที่ 5 ลักษณะของตัววัดสวยงามด้วยกลิ่นอายความเป็นล้านนา เก่าแก่แต่ไม่ทรุดโทรม เพราะได้รับการบูรณะมาอย่างต่อเนื่อง นักท่องเที่ยวจะได้สัมผัสความงดงามวิจิตรของพระอุโบสถ…
Supakorn
Supakorn
May 1, 2016
This temple is a royal temple. Do not miss it.

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面包店
“International options for food (Thai , Chinese , Italian and Pastry/Bakery) : At night : Thai restaurant offers Thai dance performance (advance seat booking is recommended)”
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食物
“OOOOOOOOOHMYGOD this is the the most DRAMATIC bingsoo ever! Couldn't believe its LARGE-NESS and it's so delicious!! The bingsoo is for 2!!!! Delicious because it's not just shaved ice, there's chocolate, coconut syrup. I ordered the chocolate lava, and it's fluffy marshmallow-like cream (thick and foamy) and chocolate, plus chocolate syrup on the side for more chocolate. Overall it tasted SO GOOD. It's so big that I should have ordered the mini bingsoo instead... anyways. Vacation is not about counting calories! I also ordered a Tiramisu latte although it was already my 4th coffee of the day. That was good too!! Thick, creamy and chocolatey! Want to come back and try everything!!!!!!”
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酒吧
“Good music, good service, have proper security, cool bands and DJ with beautiful views of the city. Placed at the rooftop of MAYA”
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Establishment
“Mon Cham Sea of cloud, floral paradise and sun sweet strawberries! Mon Cham locates on a hill ridge in the area of Mong Nong Hoi village, only 20 minutes away from our resort. The weather is chilly all year around. On the east is the ‘Mon Long’ view over the whole area of the Royal Project is sea of cloud. And on the southern part, you will see Mong Nong Hoi village and the development center of Royal Project which is surrounded by layered of vegetable bed. Play Fa Strawberry Farm on the top of Mon Cham is personally recommended. Not only its large and sweet, but you will enjoy your strawberry picking with a view!”
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Buddhist Temple
“ The Wat Phra That Doi Kham is an attractive not much visited temple known for its 17 meters high Buddha image. The temple that was built towards the end of the 7th century sits on top of a forested hill just outside of Chiang Mai. The name of the Wat means golden mountain temple. The oldest structure of the Wat Phra That Doi Kham temple is the chedi (pagoda), that was constructed in the year 687. It shares many characteristics with the chedi of the better known Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple, that is found a little more to the North. Huge golden colored Naga serpents guard the stairs on both sides of the pagoda that is enclosed by a gate. The chedi enshrines a sacred relic of the Buddha. A local legend tells about two giants who lived in the Doi Kham area thousands of years ago and who were said to be cannibals. When the Buddha visited the area he convinced the giants to give up cannibalism and convert to Buddhism. The Buddha gave them a relic of his hair, that is now enshrined in the temple’s chedi. When the chedi collapsed in 1966 after heavy rain, local people discovered a number of Buddha images inside the damaged structure. Funds were then raised and the chedi restored. The courtyard The temple’s courtyard containing the chedi and the viharn is partly enclosed by a gallery lined with square green pillars decorated with golden flower motifs. The gallery contains numerous seated Buddha images in various postures seated on white pedestals surrounded by smaller Buddha images. A number of prayer boxes are placed inside the gallery. The courtyard contains large numbers of bells and very large gongs that visitors can strike. Several large warriors armed with swords similar to those at the Grand Palace in Bangkok and white lion figures or Singha guard the grounds. The viharn contains beautifully carved window panels, its roof is decorated with Naga barge boards. 17 Meters high sitting Buddha image A little bit away from the chedi and the viharn is the Wat Phra That Doi Kham temple’s most noticeable feature, an enormous sitting Buddha image displaying the Calling the Earth to witness mudra. The 17 meters high image on the hill top dominates the area and is visible from miles away. The image sits on white pedestal with a number of smaller Buddha images in front of it. Large warrior figures on both sides of the stairs guard the image. Naga snakes protecting the temple Lanna style ubosot The Lanna style ubosot or ordination hall next to the image is a very ornate structure with a multi tiered roof and Naga barge boards. On either side of the stairs are large golden colored Naga serpents that come out of the mouth of Makaras, a mythological water creature. The facade of the ubosot is particularly beautiful. Over the entrance door is a golden peacock motif on a very lively green background, over that is a beautiful mural painting. Due to its location out of town the Wat Phra That Doi Kham temple grounds are usually quiet. The temple’s setting on top of a hill contributes to the serene and peaceful atmosphere. From the viewpoints you will have great views of the surrounding area including nearby Royal Park Ratchaphruek. How to get to the Wat Phra That Doi Kham The Wat Phra That Doi Kham temple is located on top of a mountain South West of Chiang Mai city in Mae Hia sub district almost 10 kilometers from the town center. It is just North of Royal Park Ratchaphruek. The easiest way to get there is to hire a taxi. Most hotels in Chiang Mai can book one for you. Because of its location away from the city it might not be easy to find a taxi at the temple for the way back, therefore a round trip booking would be convenient. Agree on the price before setting off. Opening hours The temple grounds are open daily from 6 am until 5 pm. Entrance fee Admission is free.”
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