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We asked our guide to take us here as we saw the Lady Buddha from a great distance away and we wanted to have a closer look.
The white Lady Buddha is impressive (modern),huge and spectacular against the blue skies.
We climbed to the top...More
First sight of the giant white statue as you approach the site is very impressive. There are three main items on the small site. The 9 storey pagoda, the giant white statue and a white hall, all perched on hills. There is a small bus...More
The huge Kuan Yin statue and the carvings of the dragons are extremely beautiful. Apparently, we are allowed to go all the way up to an observatory deck located at the Kuan Yin statue's eyes. Unfortunately, we were a little short of time and therefore...More
This is a very impressive site to visit, lots of steps and a small fee to enter the lift to take you to the top of the big lady. Really well presented, with saluting attendants and red carpets and the view from the top is...More
Wat Huay Pla Kang is decorated in Lanna-Chinese style and is located on a mountain out of the town of Chiang Rai. It is a nine-storey golden pagoda. The whole architecture is colourful and glorious. A guided tour is recommended.
Wat Huay Pla Kang - there is a is Big Budha, in Chiang Rai, Thailand 🇹🇭
Its amazing work, and peaceful atmosphere make you calm & relaxed. Its full of glittering white which gives you feeling of heaven. Trust me, I loved it.
This is an excellent temple with great views. Highly suggest anyone visiting Chiang Rai to
Go. You can see two main sights, one octagonal building and the statue of goddess of mercy perched on a hill next to it. Both are a bit of a...More
We came across this sight by accident, while out cycling one day. It wasn't in any of the 'must see' places for tourists. Can't understand why not! What a magnificent structure. You can go inside the huge statue and get a lift up to see...More