In the previous plan, there was no plan to come to the city of Chiang Rai. But occasionally I saw a few travel notes, which mentioned the temples here, which aroused my interest in coming here. Wat Klang Wiang is one of many temples. Although he does not have the majesty of the Grand Palace, the Jade Buddha Temple has a long history. But he has his own characteristics and temperament. It is a temple you have to visit when you come to this city.
On the small streets of Chiang Rai, I walked into this temple. The whole temple is the same as other temples, but it has its own characteristics. The white tower body and the golden temple are illuminated by the sun. The bottom is particularly dazzling. I especially like the two jade Buddhas in front of them, they look very delicate.
Walking from the bell tower, the facade is unremarkable. There is a farming statue beside the door. The side of the main hall is decorated with Chinese zodiac signs. It is currently under maintenance. Guess whether it was built by the Chinese.
It looks like a modern building, but it may actually be built 500 years ago. Large-scale reconstruction in the early 1990s left some of the buildings with traces of the modern Lanna style, and the hor drai (Scripture House) in Athens still retains its original form.