You will feel the powerful visual impact of the Chedilong Temple: the flying roofs, the splendid carvings, and the glittering murals.
One of the most well-preserved and ancient temples in Chiang Mai City. The preserved antique stone towers and the newly built main hall form a distinctive contrast. The temple area is not very large, but every detail is very attractive People go and take a look, don't have a charm.
After visiting the dark house, we are on the way back to Chiang Mai. First we came to the ancient city of Larna, with the Chidylon Temple, it is very age-like, some have been eroded by time, that kind of vicissitudes of attraction.
The Chedilong Temple is my favorite temple in so many that I have seen today, and although the tower has been half damaged and the rest is ruined, the scars around it seem to tell me the story of that time.
Wat Phra That Chedi Luang Temple is located next to Chiang Saen National Museum and is an ancient 88-metre high, with a bell-shaped design.Its kind of popular place within the tourist for a visit. Careful, the sunny day may burn your eyes. Make sure to put on some sunglasses!
They are very friendly salespeople on the grounds too. Ancient place in a good shape, worth a visit if you are in Chiang Saen anyway.
Chedilong Temple is also called Big Buddha Temple. It is a must-see place not to be missed when coming to Chiang Mai. Since it is a temple, it is completely free. Remember to ask for slippers before entering the temple, not shoes. If you go to the toilet, you have to change your slippers before you can enter, and you cannot enter with shoes. Whether it is pants or skirts that are over the knee length, sleeveless clothes should not be worn inside. We followed the map, only to discover later that we had actually entered a partial hall! By the time I found it, the main temple was no longer able to enter, so it was a soy sauce. But also very unforgettable