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This is another of Lamphun’s ancient temple sites, supposedly founded by Queen Chamathewi in the 7th century. In 1063 the local ruler installed a large standing bronze Buddha and in 1370 the Lanna King Ku Na added three more and had a chedi built to...More
This wat is located quite out of the centre of Lamphun and it is not as unmissable as Wat Haripunchai or Wat Kukut, but if you have the time, a trip to Wat Phra Yuen can also be rewarding.
The main drawcard here is a...More
About a fifteen minute walk across the river from the town centre, this wat had green and lush vegetation (and plenty of mosquitoes in some parts). Very atmospheric, we really enjoyed taking our time wandering the extensive grounds. We were the only visitors which was...More