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Worth a visit, two beautiful trees made for hanging tribute leaves at the entrance to the temple - one silver and one gold. The temple building has a dark teak wood with more toned down adornments (no gold) which gives it an older feel and...More
Since it's within city limits, the Red Truck will usually drive you here for 30 Baht/person. If there's 2 people or more with you, depending where your accommodations are, have the hotel staff check on Grab (not Uber)---then compare what's cost effective. Most times, it's...More
Originally built in the 14th century, Wat Lokmolee became more important with the construction of the chedi in the back in 1527. One of the tallest in the city, this chedi contains the ashes of the last Mengrai Dynasty kings and queens. After the Burmese...More