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Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Khiri, Den Chai
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  • If the travel between Lampang and then with not using a line long district, but as another route to pass this measure. RIM road. Seen from afar, There in front of WAT Yai too will car park below and walk up the stairs or take the car up the Hill to park on it. But that is not so much hurt? Inside the temple, it has a beautiful construction, ngammak in. should to the beauty and art in building it?
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  • The first thing you see when you are on the road towards Lampang, is the huge lying Buddha at the entrance. But this impressive Buddha is just the beginning of a large, winding temple complex. Around every corner you will discover something new, impressive, Nice. The temple can not be described in detail. You must have seen him. One of the most beautiful temples of the region and definitely worth a visit.
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  • Lost in Phrae, between Phitsanulok and Lampang province, this Wat is a haven of zen serenity, rocked by the ringing of the small bells with which the wind has fun, away from the tourist crowds; what allows to take time to enjoy the places and soak up the special atmosphere that prevails there... The Museum next to the interesting visit st temple. One of my memories of Thailand!
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