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By all means when you are in Mae Hong Son this is a place to visit. It is a very modest temple compared to those in Chaing Mai but houses a marvelous collection of Burmese reverse painted glass panels telling the story of the life...More
The Thai wife and I spent an hour here recently. It was nice to slowly wander around taking in the architecture and in the case of the wife, making merit. I particularly enjoyed reading the various signs with historical notes but as is the case...More
This is a nice temple, situated at the lake within Mae Hong Son. Inside is a small museum (admission free, open until 6 pm) showing interesting 19th century wooden sculptures. Nice atmosphere at night.
It’s hard to recommend a visit to a temple as there are so many and they mostly blend into each other in memory after a while. This temple gave me the most homely feeling I’ve ever had so that’s a bonus and everything else was...More
This temple located just next to the lake. It is very much beautiful and have few different temples, pagoda and stupa in it. It is also very much lively has a local feel to it. I really enjoyed my time here in the temple. It...More
These multi level roofing, Shan style Burmese temple is symbol of Mae Hong Song (MHS) situated in the city centre. Though the more prominent view is the white chedi of Wat Chong Klang which are in same temple site. Build by the first ruler of...More