Wat Chom Thong
Wat Chom Thong is located in Chom Thong, about 60 kilometers from downtown Chiang Mai. The entire temple building is full of Lanna style. The golden stupa enshrined the precious Sakyamuni Buddha’s skull relic and was invited to Chom Thong Mountain in 325 BC. Every Buddhist festival, many believers who are born at the year of rats will come here to pray for blessings. The sculptures around the pagoda are very cute!
Address: Ban Luang Subdistrict, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province
Opening hours: 08:00-17:00
Phone: 053 342 184
Wat Prathat Lampang Luang
Wat Prathat Lampang Luang is located in Lampang Province. It was built and completed in the year of the ox. It is a very beautiful temple, especially famous in the local area. Everyone can stop by when they go to Lampang. Especially those people who are born at the year of Ox, remember to go to worship!
Address: 271 Lampang Luang Subdistrict, Ko Kha District, Lampang Province
Opening hours: 07:30-17:00
Wat Prathat Cho Hae
Wat Prathat Cho Hae is a royal temple. Its stupa building is a rare Qingsheng style, with an octagonal pyramid and a square base at the bottom. The Buddha’s hair relics and bone relics are enshrined in the stupa, which is very effective. It is said that believers who are born at the years of tigers will get good luck after worshipping here.
Address: No. 1, Village No. 11, Cho Hae Road, Cho Hae Subdistrict, Mueang Phrae District, Phrae Province
Opening hours: 09:00-19:00
Phone: 054 599 209
Wat Phra Singh
Wat Phra Singh is a temple related to the zodiac Dragon, and it is one of the places where many tourists must go during their trips at Chiang Mai. It was first built by King Meng Lai in 1345 to enshrine the ashes of his father. It was expanded after many expansions to form the existing scale, which is a perfect example of Thai Lanna architecture. Around the temple are pine and cypress, towering ancient trees. There are two giant dragons that are inlaid with stained glass and small fan-shaped glaze tiles, each with 7 large and small dragon heads on both sides of the stone steps, and the dragon head are high and majestic.
Address: Sam Lan Road, Phra Sing Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province
Opening hours: 06:00-17:00
Wat Analayotipyaram is located in Wat Analayotipyaram in Phayao, the predecessor of this stupa is in India. Therefore, the ancient Phayao people built the Wat Analayotipyaram with it as a prototype to worship this pagoda. Tourists who are born at the year of snakes must visit it once.
Address: San Pa Muang Subdistrict, Mueang District, Phayao Province
Opening hours: 08:00-18:00