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Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Khiri, Den Chai

(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Amazing reclining buddha in front of very ornate but pretty temple. There are quite a few symbols that relate to Burmes buddhism. The coloured glass work is pretty and the wall paintings are interesti...  more »
  • A beautiful temple situated a bit far from city center. We got lucky because we went by train and then we paid to rent the car with a driving for a day! Here it is the first temple of visited! At the entered, we can see the great Buddha sunset in style Lanna mix with the style birmant (in my opinion) and the large sanctuary even small right side decorated chedis. In the sanctuary is home to the beautiful Buddha in meditation in gold.
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  • Built with funds given by the army about 24 years ago, not the best or the best reclining Buddha Temple, but definitely worth the hike
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  • One of the most beautiful temple I've seen in Thailand. This place is a must-visit if you pass this area. **You will need to take off shoes to get in some area.
  • A big temple complex that combine various Lanna Thai architect along with Burmese / Tai Lü specialty.
  • Big reclining buddha. Looks like they ran out of money to finish the surroundings. Still impressive and worth a look if travelling near. Wouldn't go a long way to see it. The main temple area has a shop etc. Usual stuff
  • Absolutely aesthetic!
  • Seen by many because of the huge reclining Buddha that is visible from the road it is worth taking the time to go up the hill and see the buildings and courtyard. There is also a small shop there where you can buy refreshments and the like.