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Wat Analayo Thipphayaram

Just 20 kilometers from the heart of Phayao province lies the hilltop Wat Analayo Thipphayaram. The temple grounds are replete with Sukhothai-style Buddha images in a variety of postures: reclining, w...

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Wat Li

Wat Li has withstood nearly half a millennium of city-states rising and falling as Siam, and then Thailand, took shape. Constructed in 1495 AD as a tribute to Phrachao Yot Chiang Rai, the king of Chi...

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Wat Nantaram

The origins of this Chiang Kham area temple remains shrouded in mystery, its year of construction unknown. The Burmese-style temple is entirely constructed of heavy teakwood, with fine fretwork and ca...

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Wat Phra That Chomthong

One of historic Phayao province’s many ancient monuments, Wat Phra That Chom Thong, just opposite Wat Si Khom Kham, can be reached by a 1.5-kilometer uphill road. The peaceful temple is surround...

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Wat Phra That Sop Waen

Another place of interest in Amphoe Chiang Kham is Wat Phrathat Sop Waen. The temple houses a several century-old Chedi, enshrining the remains of the Lord Buddha’s hair and chin. Although the ...

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Wat Phrachao Nang Din

Legend says the principal Buddha image at this temple was cast contemporaneously during Lord Buddha’s lifetime, its early years stretching back to mythic times over 2,500 years ago. According to...

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Wat Phrathat Khing Kaeng

Wat Phrathat Khing Kaeng, atop the Khing Kaeng mound, overlooks the nearby Khing Kaeng Village, giving visitors charming views of residences and buildings. Although the traditional Chedi is similar to...

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Wat Saen Mueang Ma

During the first decade of the 19th century in Thailand, when King Rama I reigned, Burmese Tai Yai people from Mueang Mang town were relocated to a new village in the province, called Ban Mang. The th...

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Wat Si Khom Kham

Locals call this temple “Wat Phrachao Ton Luang”, after the principal Buddha image hosted in the temple. The famous seated statue has a 14-meter lap and a height of 16 meters, cast approxi...

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Wat Si Umong Kham

Wat Si Umong Kham’s distinctive feature is its remarkably well-preserved Chedi, which was constructed in the Chiang Saen style. The temple also enshrines a Phayao signature Buddha image, Phracha...

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