Outside the ancient city of Chiang Mai, the "Taiwan" filming temple is revealed.
Bupopa is a legendary temple with royal glory. This can be seen from the Thai Emperor IX badge of the temple. Of course, the important thing here is that the Jade Buddha is a replica of the Grand Palace in Bangkok, and one of the Buddhas here is made of the same piece of material from the Grand Palace of Bangkok, so it is full of divine power. There are three reasons why you can't miss it at Bhopalan Temple:
1. Donald Duck. Almost all maps have the opportunity to see this famous Donald Duck, and it is now the most well-known mascot of the Bhopa Temple.
2. The Buddha relic, which is dedicated to Buddha relics from all over the world, comes from China, the most amazing of which is the Buddha's colorful gemstone Buddha relic, which is definitely not to be missed.
3. Thai baht. Here is the location of the baht that is uncompromising. Even the staff in the temple heard that we are from China and we are passionate about introducing the scene where Wang Baoqiang was playing here. Of course, the only reason many people come here is to find the scene of the Thai baht in memory. The architecture of the
Bupago Temple blends both Burmese and Lanna styles and has a history of more than 300 years. After entering the monastery, you will find that the biggest feature of this temple is fusion; there are all kinds of sculptures scattered in the courtyard. In addition to the famous Donald Duck, there are small dolls and small animals, it has to be said to be a very cute temple. .
In the movie "Thai", Xu Wei said here to the locals: I want wo find Mr Zhou, and then was mistakenly brought here. If you dont want to go to traditional attractions in Chiang Mai, you can come here and see!
Bupadan Temple Wat Bupparam
Address: Tha Phae Rd
This is a very intimate and loving temple, where the Dai and Burmese cultures are reflected in this temple. Buparan Temple was the location of the smash hit "Thailand". The temple on the photo that Xu Wei was looking for was it, so it was also one of the punching spots for domestic tourists coming to Chiang Mai.
Wat Bubparam's main hall is splendid, small in size, but very beautiful. In particular, the architectural details are even more elaborate. The hooks on each eave, the carvings on each porch, the ornaments on each Buddha statue, and the wind chimes on the hanging pagoda are all delicate and unusual. Out of color.
Removing the light of "Thai", I also like this lovely temple myself. There are many sculptures of animals and villains in the temple; there is also a Donald Duck in front of the main hall.
This is also a temple that comes twice. The change is that it starts to charge after 2016, but 20B is very cheap.
There are countless temples in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and today we will introduce you to the four most prestigious temples. If you have limited time to travel in Chiang Mai, you can give priority to these temples.
Bupalan Temple is located in the downtown area outside Tha Pae Gate, and is the location for the movie "Thai". The scale is not large, but it combines the two temple cultures of Myanmar and Lanna. It is magnificent, quiet and holy.
is the first temple in Chiang Mai and the oldest temple in Chiang Mai. Although the incense is not as strong as the Chedi Long Temple and the Pasin Temple, its ancient life and clean temples are still a favorite of many tourists who have longed for Chiang Mai temples.
is the largest and most fragrant Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, and is the highest-ranking temple in Chiang Mai with Chedi Dragon Temple. The Wat Phra Sing Temple is the largest temple in Chiang Mai, and its buildings have two of the biggest features: pure gold and pure white.
Shuanglong Temple, also known as Suthep Temple, is named after the two long dragons sitting on the steps on both sides. It is a famous Buddhist summer resort in Thailand. There is a viewing platform behind the main hall, which overlooks the entire city of Chiang Mai.
Thai temple visit notes:
* Off-the-shoulder, bare knees, too tight dress will be banned from entering the monastery
* Some temples can be rented in front of the temple, pay the deposit Available
* To get rid of shoes in each building
* Please take off your hat when wearing a hat inside the building
Huagong Temple is a temple that combines the Burmese and Lanna styles. It isn't grand in scale, but it does have a complete set of "organs." It mainly takes the form of temple plus pavilion. This is where the movie "Lost In Thailand" was filmed, and has become known world wide after that became a hit. The temple structure is covered by intricate carvings. Every hook on the eaves, every flower relief on the corridor, and the decoration on Buddha statue as well as wind chimes hung on the Buddhist pagodas, are all meticulously detailed and outstanding. Because this temple was originally a jungle, there were wild beasts about. Therefore the temple interior has many animal carvings that are so lifelike that they draw the eyes and retains attention.