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Wat Phra Phutthabat Tak Pha, Pa Sang

4.7
#7 of 11 in Sightseeing in Lamphun Province
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4.4
  • We climbed the 400+ steps to the hilltop wat in the heat and haze of early evening in mid-April, the middle of the hot season, to the sound of monks chanting in the valley below, and then experienced ...  more »
  • I thought this temple had many "moments". If you look at details and not only the full picture, you see even more than you would at many other temples. I had a great feeling walking in, as the monks b...  more »
  • This is used in the scene with the construction of the temple Rambo coming out at the beginning of the movie. Climb up to 436 and horizon views. This temple was also has several temples. Come and stop by when visiting in Chiang Mai and lamphun! It is strongly recommend!
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  • Good temple. Must see.
  • Most important temple in Pasang Lamphun
  • Rambo 3 shot here in 1988
  • Near home.
  • The vast area. The atmosphere and views of the long front straight up the road to the temple and stairs that stretches from the foot of the Hill up to the mountain top to lift and look around to view the natural grasslands and beautiful surrounding mountains. Want to visit it.
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