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Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)
Temple of the Emerald Buddha Or Wat Phra Kaew, King Rama I was created in the form of Phra Sri Sanphet Temple, Ayutthaya period, along with the establishment of Rattanakosin in 1782, completed in 1784. Is enshrined by the Maha Manee Ratanapimakorn...

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Wat Chammathewi
Local people call this temple “Ku-Kut”. It is located on Moo 5 , Nai Mueang District, Amphoe Mueang, Lamphun Province.

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Wat Phra Thong (Phra Phut)
The temple is a popular attraction for both visitors and local residents. Located in the temple is the upper half of a large Buddha statue which seems to emerge from the ground. Legend has it that during the invasion of Thalang town in 1785, the...

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Elephant Kraal Pavilion
The Pavilion, utilized as the royal seat to witness the elephant round up, is situated north of the city island. In the past wild elephants would be trained here to become war or transport animals. It is thought that in the Ayutthaya period the...

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Ao Mae Ramphueng
Situated to the north of Wat Mahathat, the bronze statue of King Ramkhamhaeng sits on a throne with bas-relief at the base depicting the Kings life.

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Chiang Saen National Museum
Located in old town Chiang Saen, this museum exhibits artifacts excavated locally including a well-known Chiang Saen-style bronze Buddha image and Lanna Thai artifacts. Inscription stones from Phayao and Chiang Saen itself can be found in the...

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Wat Khiri Wihan
Wat Khiri Wihan is located on Trat - khlong yai - Hat Lek Road in Ban Tha luean, Mueang District. The former title of this temple is Wat Tha Luean or Wat Whukhao Yuan. It more than 110 year old . As its site is on a hight mountain, visitors can...