The temple is located in the core area of Suthep Mountain. It is relatively magnificent. Next to it is Ssangyong Temple. You can sit here and listen to the sound of wind chimes quietly. Although there are more people, there will always be I feel calm inside, especially the big tree outside, and the Suthep mountain platform where you can see the landscape below.
It is an old temple, facing the heart of the golden triangle on the banks of the Mekong River, on a hill in the market near Sola Street. Entering the gates can be climbed along the steps of ten Naga, and at the end you can see a Buddhist hall and a ringed stone Buddhist site, without the head of the Buddha and without the legs of a damaged stone Buddha covered with moss, along with a wooden plaque with the Qingsheng Buddha (1302 year of Buddha) The original temple and stone Buddha was originally built in 759, the Tang Dynasty Anshi war period that can be long enough. Next to the ruins is a temple with a red tile spire and a coffee-colored exterior wall. It looks as if it should be a new one. You know it's only halfway up the hill, and you can walk up the ramp to the top of the viewing platform. You can stop and look down the Mekong River in the Golden Triangle when you get to the place where several vendors sell business cards. Is a beautiful and interesting arch also a horizontal one on the sightseeing corridor at the bottom of the hill? Yes, the same style of the hill top also has a one, which is the perfect location to look out over the three border rivers of Myanmar! Of course, if you're interested in the ruins of the temple, there's a three-headed Naga Stairway on the right hand side of the viewing platform, all made of small stone bricks that look very age-conscious. The brick piles of yellow robes can be seen on the top, but there are no other remains, in fact, they are all damaged pagodas, but now only left the tower, after more than a thousand years of the wind and rain, the original taste of the present.
The tower is of the style of Larna and is most likely built between the 14th and 16th centuries, and may include a mongolian pagoda, the founder of chiang rai, the king of mongolia.
The views are beautiful, fun and good value for money