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Lahaul-Spiti | Pa O Don Chai Subdistrict, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
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Reviewed today via mobile

Is easily the most beautiful temple in northern Thailand. White with silver linings and intricately designed. With lovely grounds to walk around and interesting architecture to see. Shoes off and no photos allowed inside the temple. There's a magnificent golden house which are actually toilets...More

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Reviewed today

Chiang Rai Province” visit themust see temple new “Wat Rong Khun”. The temple was built by Mr. Chalermchai Kositpipat, who he is the most famous architect in Thailand. This temple was recently built and known as the White Temple. Happy to coming here.

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Reviewed yesterday

Went there in 2015. It is a very beautiful temple. One of its kind with a unique architecture. It signifies the heaven and hell theory and the architect has taken great care to show case this two aspects of life and what happens after your...More

Thank Alok_Nahata
Reviewed 2 days ago

The temple is a vision of the Thai fantasy artist. It's worth seeing, especially after visiting more classical and traditional temples in the area. The artwork for sale is also appealing.

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

After seeing couple of temples in Bangkok which all looked quite the same, this one was a nice change. The architect did a very good job! It's also very modern woth some wall decorations with suerheroes.

Thank HaaLiv
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

At the surface this looks like a normal temple, however there are quite a few surprising elements. Worth a visit. Just take a bus from the busstation, takes you 20 bath pp and about half an hour to get there. Ask busdriver to tell you...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is the only white temple in Thailand representing hell. I went to this place by van together with the chinese tourists. Very unique architecture and still on progress until bow

Thank YogaEfendi
Reviewed 6 days ago

Everybody told me I must visit the White Temple in Chiang Rai...just another temple I thought but how Rong I was! This is a local artist's view of how a Buddhist temple should be. You walk through his vision of hell into the main hall...More

1  Thank CumbrianAbroad
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent maybe 10-20 minutes walking around this temple. The temple was built about 20 years ago and has some strange mixture of Buddhist temple with Marvel comics characters strewn through the grounds. My son took a picture with a statue of Iron Man and...More

Thank Yaron L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Enjoyed the grounds more than inside the temple itself. Was very busy so it’s complicated to find the serenity that most temple provide. Easy to spend an hour just admiring the outside. 50 baht gets you into the actual temple but roaming the outside grounds...More

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yamor29
6 July 2018|
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Response from nannup | Reviewed this property |
To enter the temple you must have shoulders and knees covered. Although it is privately owned it is respected as a sacred place.
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Bici P
16 June 2018|
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Response from Annie_Wanderluster | Reviewed this property |
It also depends on the weather. If it is raining in that evening, then maybe the place closes earlier.
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travelbuggers99
16 May 2018|
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Response from Kathy M | Reviewed this property |
I was a part of a tour group and they purchased tickets for us. It did not appear that anyone could get in to the main temple area without a ticket. However you can walk up to the the ticket booth and take photos of the... More
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