Come to Chiang Mai basically will go to the White Temple and the Black Temple. However, I really don't want to take such a long ride [Shu Fa R] to be afraid of motion sickness, and it has been almost a day, so I finally chose to go to the silver temple in Chiang Mai. It is not disappointed. It is a little smaller. But the whole thing is spectacular, every place is carefully carved, really beautiful [Gold Potato R] when I went it was 4 or 5 pm, there are still a lot of people at the entrance of the temple, so I went to the back and took a photo, no one behind, can take a random photo [like R] Inside the main temple is not for girls to enter, only outside the film [shadow R] visit the temple to ask for 50 baht tickets to give a small bottle of drinking water. There are also many locals hand carved silverware, looking at it is quite fun [squint eyes R] and then you can take wish cards, wish on the wish tree, Xu then add sesame oil [milk tea R] overall is worth a visit, easy to produce a piece of temple [gold potato R] Navigate search Wat Sri Suphan (or direct public search for Pansi is good)
Chiang Mai's ultra-minor temple, the silver temple in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, where many temples of all sizes are hidden. Chedilong Temple is a place where many group guests will go, but Supan Temple is very niche. Supan Temple is also called "Silver Temple" in the silver village at the southwest corner of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, in the alley outside the south gate, more than ten minutes walk from Tha Pae Gate, and the silver street is also the place where the Chiang Mai Saturday fair is held. In the golden temples all over Thailand, this silver-white building looks unique. The silver temple is probably the only one in the world, made by hand with sterling and complex silver and aluminum. In addition to the gold statues in the temple, the temple building itself is silver, the outside statues are also silver, in the sun, it appears bright, in the first sight of the silver temple, was deeply attracted. But I had just walked to the silver temple door and I saw a special uncomfortable rule, that is, "no woman into the Buddhist temple". Since it is a local custom, can only enter the local custom, let George into the Buddhist temple, took a photo for me to see. The whole silver temple is not big, but every corner is carefully carved silverware inlay, inside and outside the wall of the relief is made by hand, exquisite, extremely exquisite, like friends can watch carefully. Tips:1. Tickets for 50 baht, but the silver temple charges very Buddhist, put a box at the door, the tourists themselves to throw money in, all by self-conscious. In fact, we didn't see when we entered the door, and when we left, we saw the toll box, and saw that no one threw money around, so we left. 2. Address: 100 Wua Lai Road, Hai Ya, Chiang Mai, Google Maps Search wat si suphan.