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Wat Chiang Yuen Temple, Chiang Mai

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  • Champac gate eastward out of the moat, is about 100 metres away. Entrance gates are statues of golden yellow colour above look shine. Temple building, I don't know if that is old history. Buddha images in the head, the left has white big pagoda, right to the chapel. Shining image of the chapel. Make a Buddha head, panoramic views of the stupa and Chapel. You can circle the stupa. Put in the chapel. Less well known to tourists is so small.
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  • Situated near the north east corner of the moat along the road from the more famous Wat Lok Moli. Nice peaceful location away from the main road. Large Buddha at the entrance with whitewashed Chedi wi...  read more »
  • Although it's not on the top list of Must See in Chiang Mai, but it's just situated near the North Gate and there are little presence of tourists. It's a quiet and nice place to take a look at the Bud...  read more »
  • Take a walk on the north side of the wall you will find this temple, with its pagodas and corresponding figures of Buddha. We can take a look to discover the elements that form part of it. It is not it worth visit it if it doesn't pass, but one becomes quite select after for some other hundreds of temples.
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