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A must visit in Chiang Mai as this temple is quite unlike any other. Most of the shrines are in caves underground. There is nothing elaborate but the cave system is unique and interesting. Temple is surrounded by tranquil forest and there is also a...More
The temple is a bit further away from the old city center, but easy to reach via scooter (maybe 15-20 min). We really enjoyed the place because it is a bit hidden from the crowds. You can feed pigeons and fish over there. The tunnels...More
The temple locates inside the forest and is not a common tourist spot that you can enjoy tranquil atmosphere there. You can see chicken and dogs hanging freely within the temple are which is quite interesting. You may also feed pigeons and fishes.
Wat umong is one of the temples that i loved the most in Chiang Mai. It's not really touristic and you can relax in there (the place is also a meditation center). It's inside a forest and there's a lot of tunnels where you can...More
The grounds are beautiful and the cave structures are completely different to most temples we have seen. The grounds are very large and you can see a large, beautiful chedi next to the cave-like structures. This place was especially beautiful in October as the monsoon...More
Even if you are feeling "watted out" this place is very different to the other Wats in Chiang Mai. In the grounds is a lake with turtles and fish and adds to the calmness of the environment. The tunnel temple is so peaceful and cool...More
Hi! You can send them an email (you can find it on internet), or if you are already at Chiang Mai you can go there to the meditation center office and ask them about information. Usually there is plenty of room and you can... More
Hi! You can send them an email (you can find it on internet), or if you are already at Chiang Mai you can go there to the meditation center office and ask them about information. Usually there is plenty of room and you can start the day you want (you can arrive and start straight) and stay as long as you want, usually no more 3-4 weeks, accommodation and meals are provided for a 220 bahts a day fee and you have to wear white clothes (you can buy or rent them there). I recommend you that place for a meditation retreat, for me it was great.