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Wat Jetlin is often overlooked in the touristy old walled city of Chiang Mai. Truth be told, I'm glad since you get a more authentic temple experience here. The temple ground is very serene and peaceful. There's a pond, a bamboo bridge and a walkway...More
This is one of the most interesting temple compounds in the city. The large Buddha head mounted beside a pipal tree and the chedi are the only original components left of its 14th century construction. The rest was destroyed during the Burmese occupation and only...More
Wat Chet Lin is next to its more famous neighbour Wat Chedi Luang but it has many interesting features including fine viharn and curious stucco figures including a six eyed feline and human skeleton. There's also an attractive walkway lined with bamboo for the monks...More