Pricing 2400 THB/Person
Duration from 09.00-12.00Hrs.
Round trip transportation with private Tuk Tuk (3 wheels vehicle) Professional English-speaking guide, admission fee, Drinking water and cold towel for refreshment, Travel accident insurance
1. Suan Dok Temple Or Flower Garden Temple, is in the west of the old Chiang Mai. There are dozens of small white chedi, about 3-6 Meters high. These house the ashes of the Chiang Mai Royal Family but the largest one, just to the south, is a Buddhist relic chedi
2. Lok Molee Temple There is lots to see at Wat Lok Molee, including interesting status, Buddha image, elephants and it is a good place for photos. Look out for the intricate mosaics on the main halls walls and for different image from Hinduism or Chinese Buddhism. There is also a small coffee shop located on the grounds and it is a good place to sit and take the peaceful atmosphere in.
3. Chai Mongkon Temple The Ubosot(Buddhist temple) and Vihara (Monastery) have their rear sections extended through the gallery. The satellite stupas of varied structural forms and contemporary with the main stupa are lined up outside the gallery
4. Sri Suphan Temple (Silver Temple) Wat Sri Suphan remains an important center for the continuation of the silver making tradition. New generation of silversmiths use techniques that have been handed down of the skill of the villagers
5. Phra Singh Temple The entrance of the temple itself it a magnet that will leave you spellbound. It is also known as the lion temple and has the Viharn Luang as the largest structure of the place.
6. Chiang Man Temple is the oldest temple in Chiang Mai. The temple features typical Northern Thai temple architecture and contain the several old artifacts