The most interesting temple in Chiang Mai is the Panan Temple
Wat Pan On Panan Temple next to the market. It is opposite the Menglan Temple and is larger than the Menglan Temple! The decoration of the temple is magnificent, but it is quiet in the middle of noisy. There are also very few tourists. It is what I think the temple should have. The temples in Chiang Mai are mostly a combination of a Buddhist temple and the Buddhist temple of Pan An Temple is a typical Lanna style temple. The theme color of the building is gold and red, noble and unconventional, and the sense of awe is born.
The main temple is dedicated to the Golden Buddha. Remember to dress neatly and take off your shoes. The paintings with stories in the temple can be enjoyed and describe the dedication of Ms. Wandee Charuchinda to the Buddha Temple.
The stupa of Panan Temple seems to be very similar to the stupa of Suthep Temple. Just look at it here! It is also worth mentioning that Wat Phan On Pan An Temple is located next to the Flea Market Friday in Chiang Mai. Compared to the solemn Buddhist temple, it is more interesting to visit the market while visiting the temple. What?
This combination of religious beliefs and Thai life scenes is particularly interesting. After all, temples are the focus of people's lives, and the coexistence of Thailand and the gods. In addition to the Friday Flea Market, Wat Phan On Temple is also part of Chiang Mais Sunday Walking Night Market. The Buddhist Temple has become a food street under the big tree, surrounded by many food vendors. This combination of temples and fairs is really wonderful, both for sightseeing and shopping, eliminating the hassle of tourists going back and forth between attractions and night markets.
Pan An Buddhist Temple Wat Pan On
Address: Si Phum