Wat Si Rong Mueang
Wat Si Rong Mueang
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jajavalB
Lampang, Thailand2,782 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Solo
I strolled on sunday evening of february, when the climate changed a lot with unusual heat at this moment. This temple was claimed to be biggest golden teak monastery in town. Built to be Indra God 's palace with burmese arts both interiors and outsides. There were Buddha statue in myanmar style. It's quite peaceful , door opens ftom 8:00am to 18:00 .
Written 18 February 2024
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Jeep
1,155 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
The over 100 years old Burmese style wooden temple has glamorous cascading reddish roofs. It was already 6 p.m. when we arrived there, so we were not allow to enter the main hall. The only thing we could do was taking photos in front of this beautiful temple. What a pity.
Written 14 March 2022
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TGSA
Udon Thani, Thailand464 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020
Such an unusual temple, Burmese style, lots of wood, in need of urgent maintenance though. Didn't quite appreciate though that ONLY foreigners are expected to pay an entrance fee (Baht 50). Yes, I know, the money will be used for renovation purposes but Thais are not encouraged to participate in the effort?
Written 21 November 2020
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jajavalB
Lampang, Thailand2,782 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2017 • Solo
This red tiered roof monastery with gilded motifs made of wood in burmese style is in the city center with tranquil vicinity off the busy road. The floor of the temple is also wooden with cool feeling shen walking on barefeet . The buddha is also on burmese style. It's a beautiful burmese temple in Lampang. The horse carriage tour with our driver as tourguide makes a stop at this beautiful burmese temple too.
Written 19 August 2018
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blackeaglejim
Chiang Mai, Thailand289 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Friends
Built in 1905 by Burmese workers employed by British teak traders, the architecture of this Burmese-style temple is unique in northern Thailand. The roofs are very different from those of Thai temples, with narrower tiers made from red, zinc-coated iron. The compound entrance is very wide, with a triple-tiered main gate. Three Buddha images sit inside the viharn, the central one very much in the Burmese style. The teakwood pillars feature floral surface decorations made from tree sap and pieces of colored glass. Ceiling plaques utilize the same decorative technique. Altogether, Wat Sri Rong Mueang is the best example of Burmese temple art in Lampang, built when the teak business was at its peak.
Written 28 May 2018
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jajavalB
Lampang, Thailand2,782 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2017 • Solo
This red tiered roof monastery with gilded motifs made of wood in burmese style is in the city center with tranquil vicinity off the busy road. The floor of the temple is also wooden with cool feeling shen walking on barefeet . The buddha is also on burmese style. It's a beautiful burmese temple in Lampang.
Written 2 July 2017
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Raymond W
Townsville, Australia4,565 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2017 • Couples
Perhaps the part of Thailand most associated with Burmese temples is Mae Hong Son province, but there are also plenty of them in the towns of Phrae and Lampang, which both saw a large influx of timber concession workers from Burma in the late nineteenth century.

Our favorite Burmese-style wat in Lampang was this one. With its horizontally oriented design, intricate roof-lines and extensive use of glass mosaic work, it is quite unusual. Nonetheless, a brief visit will suffice.
Written 30 June 2017
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Breathing2010
Phuket Town, Thailand25 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
This temple is the most beautiful Myanmar art style in the city.You can take a bicycle about 2-3 kms. from the city. It's quiet because less of tourists here.
Written 17 May 2017
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Virginia D
Ao Nang, Thailand1,674 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2016 • Couples
This ancient Temple was built by Burmese Settlers many centuries ago. It is teak, and no candles or incense are allowed to be burned in it to reduce any risk of fire.
The bones of a revered Burmese Abbot are laid to rest there.
The pillars are covered with mirrored tile, making the beautiful interior sparkle. Another unique Lampang Temple!
Written 6 July 2016
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Zhanna111
Ao Nang, Thailand35 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Couples
It is a very beautiful temple, but the experience was spoiled by the financial orientation at the temple.
I didn't feel like in a buddhistic temple. It is more like touristic attraction
Written 1 December 2015
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