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The Nantaram Temple

WatNantaram is an ancient temple, located at 1, Moo.13, Ban Tungbanyen, Yuan Subdistrict, Chaingkam District, Prayao Province. The date of establishment is unknown. It is as the focal temple of the Ta...

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The PrathatChomthong Temple

The PrathatChomthongTemple is located on the DoiChomthong, or the mountain namedChomthong, opposite to the Sikomkam Temple or called the Pra Chao Tonluang Temple which is an archeological site of Phay...

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The PrathatDoiYuak Temple

The PrathatDoiYuakTemple is located on the hill at Baan Noon, Moo.6, Pong Subdistrict, Pong District, Phayao Province, or is about 2 kilometers from the city center of the district. It is considered a...

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The PrathatKing Gang Temple

The PrathatKing Gang Temple is considered as one of the important ancient temples of Chun District, Prayao Province. It is located on the hill of King Gangshrine. By standing on the hill, you can clea...

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Wat Anal Yothippyaram

Wat Anal Yothippyaram (Doi Bussarakam), Buddhist park was located far from the main province for 20 kilometers, travelled by highway no. 1 to the north straight to Mae Jai district about 7 kilometers ...

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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 Lee

Wat Lee is now situated in Ban Lai Hin, Tambon Wiang, Amphoe Muang, Phayao Province. According to the history of Wat construction found in the inscription, it is said that Phra Chao Yod Chiang Rai of ...

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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 Nang Din

This temple is famous for many unique and interesting things related to Buddha. For example, they have a statue of Buddha from which the name of this temple comes from - Phra Chao Nang Din - Buddha si...

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