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Designed in Sukhothai style

Temple has largest Budda in Nan. Has beautiful white chedi only restored recently after an... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2017
918teresah
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Manchester, United Kingdom
Prang from Sukothai-times

The Name means Temple with a garden with a Tan-Palm. The Wiharn has colorful paintings, the old... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2016
wolfgangrrohmann
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Obertshausen, Germany
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29 Mar 2017
“Designed in Sukhothai style”
25 Sep 2016
“Prang from Sukothai-times”
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Reviewed 29 March 2017

Temple has largest Budda in Nan. Has beautiful white chedi only restored recently after an earthquake. it took 9 months to restore over the top of the old one.

Thank 918teresah
Reviewed 26 September 2016

The Name means Temple with a garden with a Tan-Palm. The Wiharn has colorful paintings, the old part is behind it. The Prang was build by Sukothai -artists, who fled to Nan via Phrae, when Sukothai was conquered by Siam.

Thank wolfgangrrohmann
Reviewed 28 March 2015 via mobile

The temple is rather large. And behind it there is a large old style Chedi. On both sides of the temple entrance there is the common Naga snakes or dragons. The temple is rather nice but you can find much better temples in Nan.

Thank LarsJohnsson
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