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One can climb up to the pagodas using escalators or stairs. The view from the top is mesmerizing. The grounds surrounding the pagodas are very well kept and soooo beautiful. It was such a wonderful and serene atmosphere. This spot is a must visit.
The twin pagodas are part of the Doi Inthanon National Park. From Chaing Mai it is about 2h drive. The entrance fee for national park is 300THB (for foreigner) and additional 30THB for a car. Despite being part of national park there is an additional...More
I went with my elderly parents to visit the Twin Stupas and were really blown away by the beautiful valley view at the viewing decks. This place has some stairs, which requires one to trek up and down to get to the stupas, but the...More
If you're taking a trip or tour to Doi Inthanon National Park, the Twin Royal Stupas and gardens will probably be the main attraction - other than the views of surrounding countryside, which can be magnificent.
The two stupas were built to commemorate the 60th...More
The Royal Stupas are beautiful with gardens nicely manicured. It’s a great place for a walk around. There are escalators going up but steps only down- thought the day we went the escalators were only working on one side. It is 40B entry, children are...More
The twin Royal Stupas are certainly a landmark from which superb views of the Chiang Mai province countryside can be seen depending on the degree of haze.
We went by taxi as part of a day's sightseeing. There is quite a large car park which...More
Ensure you dress appropriately - given the elevation it will be rather chilly. There are two stupas to see and then a lovely garden that at the edge was expansive views of the area. Probably need about 1 hour there...or perhaps a little more than...More
The first sight itself enthused us as vast valley around, with clear blue sky, moving clouds, bursting colors of flowers in the aesthetically designed gardens, wonderful view point, couple of ponds, all this enhance the richness of two Stupas, aptly dedicated to King Rama 9...More
The 2 stupas were built by air force to commemorate former king rama ix and the thai queen. When I visited this place it was too foggy but yet I enjoyed the mysterious atmosphere. Watch your step when it is foggy.
One of the attraction just 60Km away from Chiang Mai city.Pagodas maintain well with two escalator for those who cannot walk or dont want to walk.One pagoda for king and pagoda for queen surrounded by beautiful gardens.One of the popular spot for tourists.Get a beautiful...More