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.
You will feel the powerful visual impact of the Chedilong Temple: the flying roofs, the splendid carvings, and the glittering murals.
There is also a huge reclining Buddha in Chedi Luang Temple, calm and unreliable, indifferent to life and death, and Nirvana rebirth. Most of the temples in Thailand are magnificent and magnificent. Chedi Luang Temple should be regarded as the most magnificent one in Chiang Mai. Chedi Luang Temple is dedicated to the relics of the Buddha. If you are interested, you can check it out.
Chedi Luang Temple is one of the must-visit attractions in Chiang Mai, so the road in front of Chedi Luang Temple is often blocked by tourist buses and tutu vehicles. Chedi Luang Temple is a historical relic in Chiang Mai. The towering Buddha Temple is next to the sky. The giant tree adds a mysterious atmosphere to this ancient temple. I like it very much.
Also known as the Great Stupa Temple, it was built in 1411 and is the largest temple among the six temples in Chiang Mai. It is the highest temple in Chiang Mai along with Wat Phra Singh. As the most famous temple in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, Chedi Luang Temple has not as many tourists as expected, perhaps because of the rain.
We reached this temple on a taxi tour to the golden triangle and the old temples in Chiang Saen. There are a number of ruins nearby, but this appeared to be the best maintained. Wat Chedi Luang was on...
The age of the Chedi and temple in this place is very powerful.. There is a ot of history surrounding this site too. Well worth the visit..
Impressive old temple worth a visit for half an hour if it's on your way. We liked the peaceful atmosphere as we met just a few other tourist who acted very respectful (like it should be ;-))
This is a very old temple – dating from 1290 – that has survived invasions and earthquakes. Some damage is still visible, but it is still pretty. It is interesting because the Lanna style stupa is ...
Lucky for the opportunity to visit one if the oldest temples here. Due to flooding, part of it suffered ruins. Nevertheless, still a timeless beauty and a peaceful place of worship