You may be familiar with Chiang Mai's Pashinge, but if I tell you that Chiang Mai's Pashinge is also beautiful, will you believe it? Most Chinese tourists will take a one-day tour of the Black and White Temple, but the temples in Qinglai are really good and very fond of the tranquility in Pashinge, the flying buildings one after another, and a group of Bodhisattvas with lipstick.
Very beautiful temple, super invincible praise. We basically come back to turn over the photos before remembering. Perhaps the beautiful scenery of food has been the environment for people to digest. It needs fine taste and aftertaste. Treasure is especially precious.
When the temple volunteer Bo Bo knew that we were Chinese, he enthusiastically introduced to us the origin of Buddha Passing in fluent Thai English and recommended us to take photos in the temple. Indeed, after entering the palace, it was very shocking. Every detail in a small place revealed the devotion and ingenuity of designers and craftsmen.
Parsing Temple is not the one in Chiang Mai. It is a place that best reflects the spirit of Buddhism, dating back to the 14th century, although, like all Thai temples, it has been heavily renovated and redecorated in the past few years. There is a good balance between painted walls and elaborate red and gold sculptures. I especially like animal reliefs and fantastic doors.