This is a Sikh temple in Chiang Mai. When I went there, I happened to catch up with Sikhs singing sacred hymns. This is a quiet religious place, with high ceilings in the lobby and a community kitchen on the first floor. You must take off your shoes before going to the temple.
Located to the west of Talat Tonlamyai Market, near Little Chinatown. When you walk in, you can see a particularly gorgeous Chinese-style archway, and two-story shops typical of Southeast Asian merchant areas can be seen everywhere. A small number of Sikhs live near this temple.
Passing pedestrians will involuntarily gather their eyes on the square in front of the city gate. After tasting the perfect food in the evening, visitors can come here to roam and roost, which is very emotional.
A particularly gorgeous Chinese-style archway can be seen, and two-story shops typical of Southeast Asian merchant areas can be seen everywhere. It's a nice attraction
The Sikh Temple is an Indian temple, where you will see the bearded style of Indians, and many Hindus will gather here.
When I went to Chinatown in the morning, I saw that there was a high morality white building on the side of the door of Chinatown. I walked over curiously. Two Indians dressed up inside came out and realized that it was a Sikh temple. Before this, I didn’t know that there were Sikh temples in Thailand besides India.