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What a beautiful temple. A wooden structure but although has been renovated has stood the test of time.Not many tourists but used mostly by local people.
Really quite so it give you time to appriciate the building.There is a small wooden reclining Buddha in the...More
Wat Ton Kwen (Wat Intharawat) is in Hang Dong outside of Chiang Mai city and is not a major tourist attraction despite being rich in local history ... there is a really beautiful old wooden temple that is worth a visit to the temple complex...More
We stopped at Wat Intharawat (Wat Ton Kwen) as part of our day touring temples. Although smaller than others and less grandiose, it was still beautiful.
The temple is a great example of Northern Thai art. The wood work is amazing. It is a place...More
Though small in its size, this temple is among the most beautiful and oldest since Lanna reign some 500 years ago. Inside is "Luang Phor Khao" or "White Bhuddha image" in translation- one of most revered buddha image of Chiangmai. It used to enshrined the...More
This was a unscheduled visit when traveling through Hang Dong. I am told many couples use this for wedding pictures as it is an old, wooden Lanna style temple. It is quite beautiful and unique! Also, it is quiet and relaxing.
This temple is one of the few remaining long-historical wooden temples with Thai Northern style in Chiang Mai. It is located near Royal Park Rajapruek, one of top ten tourism attractions in Chiang Mai. Not to far from here you can get to this place....More