Just across from the hotel where I was staying, I went out early in the morning and walked around, basically no one. There are only a few Buddhist buildings in the temple, and the main hall is not big. The focus is on being clean and unoccupied. It's not bad to come here to enjoy the tranquility of the morning. There is no need to come here. This temple is located inside the old city wall, not Wu Meng Temple and some caves. I couldn't find the history of this, only found this: "This place is famous for the monk cave. There are niches on the main stupa, where monks can meditate." At that time, it was already late and there were many monks sitting on the ground. Very peaceful.
Among the many temples in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, I was most impressed by this temple. His courtyard is not big, but the arrangement is particularly orderly and clean. It is very fateful to communicate with the monks inside. The monks here not only speak English well, but also speak Chinese.
When I walked into the Temple of Wu Meng, I was deeply attracted by two points, the first point is the temple inside very cute little people, these people are all painted colors, and very lifelike. The second point is that the two dragons in front of the temple are different from the other temple dragons, which are very fierce and very characteristic.
Inside the ancient city walls, near the Three Kings Monument, the temple seems to have been visited by few people. In its natural state, there is a beautiful pagoda, no white plaster or decoration. The building used a large number of coffins, known for their caves, which were a puppet of the principal deed for meditating by monks.
Chiang Mai is a country where all people believe in Buddha. Many locals in Chiang Mai have a habit of living. It is to go to the nearby temple every morning and evening. Pray to the Buddha devoutly.