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Went there in 2015 and got an opportunity to go around. The tuk tuk took here as the first place. It was a calm and peaceful place with lot of monks praying Lord Buddha. Peaceful and serene atmosphere. A must go ...
Perhaps the most impressive structure to admire is if you walk to the back of the main temple, you will see golden structures/stupa which really covered in gold paint. It might be directed to your eyes if the sun shine over it, so recommend to...More
As all temples dress code required. Shoulders and knees for women must be covered. For some reasons men are allowed in shorts at this place.
Fee to enter, not crowded late in the afternoon during this visit.
Took about 30 minutes to do a quick...More
Temple is adorned with golden colour. Very impressive. It is said that the Phra Sihing Buddha statue housed in this temple is important to Thais and said to be one of three statues. Thai traditional architecture with intricate detailing. Located to the western side of...More
Place: Wat Phra Singh Temple
Atmosphere: Tranquil, Rich in Culture
Tips: Make sure you are dressed to code (no shorts, no sleeveless). You can rent sarongs at the temple or buy one from the shops near the temple.
It is one of the easily accessible...More
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Liaise with your hotel if they can assist you to book a car, if time is short for you. Booking a car and driver, with gasoline charged is about THB 2500 for half a day, arrange for the driver to pick you and send your back... More
Liaise with your hotel if they can assist you to book a car, if time is short for you. Booking a car and driver, with gasoline charged is about THB 2500 for half a day, arrange for the driver to pick you and send your back to the hotel. We did this, and went off to Doi Suthep first, and on our way down stopped at the Tiger Kingdom, and ended off the at Wat Phra Singh. We purchased souvenirs from Wat Phra Singh as found them to be off better quality and varieties, though the bulk of your souvenirs can be purchased from the Night Market, ensuring your trip is spanning Friday to Sunday. The tours are fine, but bear in mind, the transport will go from hotel to hotel to pick up guests, and this eats up time. Hope this helps.