This ancient pagoda hidden in the dense forest of Qingsheng has a history of 100 years. About three to four hundred teak trees have been planted around this ancient pagoda. After more than 100 years of growth, these teak trees have grown very tall, some are 13 meters high, which is really amazing.
This temple is hidden in the forest outside the ancient city of Chiang Saen. According to records, this temple has a history of 100 years. The pagoda here is very well preserved, and there are very tall teak trees planted around the pagoda. The environment is very beautiful. It is definitely a good place to relax and explore the ancients.
Built in Wat Pa Sak outside the Chiang Saen city wall, it was once the seat of the patriarch. When the king built the temple here in 1925, 300 teak trees were planted. The environment is quiet and far-reaching, and the whole is about 12.5 meters high and 8 meters wide. The meter building is also regarded as one of the most beautiful Lanna buildings in northern Thailand.
Excellent, well worth a visit It is almost impossible to describe all the strange elements in this museum. Please go and see for yourself.
It is close to the city wall and the Chao Pho Pa Sak Shrine in a wide area. The walking part will walk along the limestone slopes. But it may not be suitable for people who need a wheelchair.