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Reviewed 26 March 2018

Beautiful place surrounded by the forest / Jungle, verry peaceful and silent with a small river. I would recomend to go there after 5PM

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Ruediger J
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

In our opinion is the most interesting temple in Chiang Mai. The most unique, calm, located in the woods with monks focussed on praying. Almost no people there, no souvenirs and no tuk tuks. Highly recommended if you wanna feel the real spirit of thai temple.

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank dymandyman
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Reviewed 16 March 2018

This temple is on the way to famous Doi suthep temple. This is a very quiet place and looks very spiritaul site. So whenever to head to visit Doi Suthep temple you must visit this one as well before you get back to Chiangmai town.
The best way to visit the temples in Chiang Mai . We recommend to have an experienced guide with you to make sure you are respectful and do the right way. Enjoy your holidays.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank จารุนี ท
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

Amazingly quiet, for its location on the route to the much visited Doi Sui Tep Wat, this meditation center, with monks onsite, is worth an explore for those willing to honour the request for quiet. Nooks and crannies, sculptures and pathways, link places to sit and enjoy, with a stream tumbling through. A walking path (former pilgrim trail) links it to the city below.

Date of experience: December 2017
1  Thank Barbaragailblock
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Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

This was our favourite Temple of the day. We were taking an Uber to Wat Doi Suthep and had no idea that this place even existed until our Uber driver told us about it and suggested we stop.
I can hardly even find the words to describe this Wat and do it justice. It has every element; Nature, history, a waterfall, statues, a quiet sense of calm. It was simply breathtaking. There was a structure that was covered with moss and looked very old. Beside it were some shrines where you could light incense and give offerings to Buddha. There were stair walkways with large statues on either side of them that made for beautiful pictures. Some of the statues looked to be goddesses or something spectacular like that. The view of the waterfall and looking out towards the mountains and the sky was just gorgeous.
I could have stayed there for the entire day and just had a good sit, looking around and taking it all in. What an amazing place! I wish we had gotten more time, but we needed to get to Wat Doi Suthep before the day came to an end.

Date of experience: January 2018
1  Thank JameAndDare
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