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Wat Phra Yuen, Lamphun

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  • About a fifteen minute walk across the river from the town centre, this wat had green and lush vegetation (and plenty of mosquitoes in some parts). Very atmospheric, we really enjoyed taking our time ...  more »
  • The standing Buddha Temple or WAT Aran yi check RAM. Create a mod jamadevi is the oldest temple of lamphun believe lot and then to stand age.
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  • This historical site has the oldest pagodas standing Buddha images monthop all 4 upper side 5 is Burma's architecture.
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  • Wat Phra Yuen (in Thai: วัดพระยืน), which means the Temple of Standing Buddhas, was built in 1370 by King Ku Na. Since then, the original design has changed but the buddhas are still standing (there are some sitting ones too). Inside the temple, there are nice murals depicting the effects of good and bad deeds. Visitors are offered to make their own buddha amulets, clay and casts are provided. It’s fun.
  • An ancient temple as thousand years of age, priority 1. In measure 4 to lamphun city coverage in four directions. The standing Buddha Temple annual East. Come and make a pilgrimage to worship!
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  • Temple from the reign of Cham Devi 1300 years before. Quiet, measured, no tourists, Loei
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  • The oldest pagoda in lamphun
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  • Quiet, calm Temple Temple city-pair Lampoon
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