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Wat Phra That Hariphunchai, Lamphun

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A beautiful temple and especially with the sunlight on the gold.It was a special day when we went and so very busy but this did add to the experience.There was a ceremony inside with a girls college c...  more »
  • This temple is the landmark of Lamphun. Many people visited this temple once in their life. The temple was found in 1150 by a Hariphunchai King who was the first ruler of Hariphunchai Kingdom. The Che...  more »
  • On a Sunday, this temple has quite some visitors. The gold stupa is impressive. The tip has 9 layers which signifies it was being built by the King. Sala tree in the garden is in full bloom. And, the ...  more »
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  • Nice temple. Must see. Whoever that born on rooster year (Zodiac sign) should go to do a worship here.
  • The most important temple in the city of Lampun, built in 12th century as a royal monastery. It's the worship place for those who were born in the zodiac year of chicken.
  • Great historical "must see" Wat for the Northern Thailand.
  • The importance place of Lumphun city with the memories story of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha and Jam Ma Dhe Wee Queen, Queen of Haribhunjaya.
  • Loved the old town of Lamphun. I discovered a beautiful river walk next to one of the old city gates. Just like Chiang Mai, with the moat surrounding the old town and the old walls, but smaller, quieter and with space to walk next to the river away from the street. Want to come back to Lamphun to stay and walk around for a day or two!