Chidilong Temple is a famous temple in Chiang Mai, and it covers a large area. It is worth visiting carefully. There are temples and pagodas in the temples. 1. Introduce the temple first: Shuanglong gate guard is very common at the entrance of the temple. There is a dress requirement for entering the temple. I wear a short skirt and add the coat provided by the temple. The windows in the temple are very beautiful. It is not a simple window, but a work of art. There is a golden man in the temple, originally a local aristocrat, who helped solve the local internal strife and was deeply loved by the local people, so he was worshipped by the people in the temple. Chinese people like to throw coins into pools and Buddha statues. Thai people like to paste Buddha statues with gold foil to pray. 2. Introduce the pagodas in the temple. The tall Lana style Pagoda in the temple was built in 1441 and destroyed in an earthquake in the 16th century, but it is still the most magnificent building in the city. There are six elephant heads on the south side of the tower. Five of them are fakes later repaired with cement. Only the right one is made of real bricks. Unfortunately, after years of wind and sun, the nose and ears were damaged. Below the pagoda, there are twelve zodiacs worshiped. Find my zodiac and take a picture. Two tigers and two tigers walk around the square pagoda. There are two halls behind the square pagoda. In the glass cabinet in the middle of each hall sits the wax figure of a high monk dressed in a cape. His eyes are bright and lifelike. Let's not take pictures, but use research to feel. 3. There is a Buddha in the temple which is very interesting, very fat and ugly. The monk is said to have been a super-beautiful man. Because of his jealous beauty, he finally made himself fat and ugly in order to stay away from the harm caused by his beauty. Previously, in Bangkok did not row up the sleeping Buddha temple, did not expect to encounter the sleeping Buddha in Chaidailong temple, of course, there is no grand sleeping Buddha in Bangkok Grand Buddha temple, but you can see.
The Great Buddha Pagoda Temple is a very worthwhile place to visit. There are benches around the Great Buddha Pagoda. You can sit under the tree and traverse time and space quietly, talking to the Lanna Dynasty. Looking at the towering tower (42 meters high) in front of us, like the majesty of Chiang Mai's tallest tower (80 meters high), watching the wind and clouds change on the top of the tower and the vicissitudes of the world, the only thing in this scene is excitement and shock. Sakyamuni is offered in the temple. When you see the Buddha, you can't help wanting to creep under his feet and worship his sage, wisdom and bravery. That feeling is familiar and cordial. Yes, I saw a circle of temples. This temple is the most sensible one. In the morning and evening, I will come to visit you again.
This pagoda was the biggest pagoda in the northern area of Siam, but unfortunatery it full down because of earthquake in year 1545.
The Great Buddha Pagoda Temple (also known as Chidilong Temple or Chari Luan Temple) is the most famous temple in the urban area of Chiang Mai. It's a very large building complex. The sacred and solemn pagoda, built in 1411, is nearly 80 meters tall. The pagoda is carved with delicate pagoda-guarding spiritual snakes on all sides and six elephant sculptures on the pagoda. Although not the original building (which was destroyed in the great earthquake of the 16th century), it can also be seen that it was quite spectacular. There are many buildings in the temple. There are two halls behind the Buddhist pagoda. In the middle of the hall, there is a wax figure of a monk dressed in charisma. His eyes are bright and lifelike. The environment inside the temple is very tidy, many flowers and plants are planted, with a faint fragrance. Tall trees prove the very ancient history here. People hang their wishes on the trees and pray for the protection of Buddha.
It's worth going! We are very lucky because we arrived at the Chedilong Temple at sunset, and held our breath within two steps of entering the door. Although we can see the same temple on the internet, it is still very touching to see the old temple with moss mottled through the vicissitudes of history with our own eyes! _________ In the setting of the sun and extra lights, the old splendor of the ancient temple is even more apparent. When the curtain gradually receded, it seemed to see a faint radiance around the God pagoda, very beautiful!
Wat Chedi Luang, also known as the Great Buddha Pagoda Temple, is the largest monastery in the ancient city of Chiang Mai. It is famous for a large Buddhist Pagoda with great visual impact. Founded in 1411, it is the most famous of the six major temples in Chiang Mai City. It is ranked as the most noble temple in Chiang Mai alongside the Paxin Temple. It is basically located in the center of the ancient city. The entrance is decorated with snakes and peacocks. There are huge Buddha statues inside. Behind the main hall is the magnificent quadrangular Buddhist pagoda, which was built in 1411. It has been built several times since then, reaching up to 90 meters, and is said to be a thousand miles away. Lanna style pagodas and giant sleeping Buddhas are famous. Ticket 40 baht
The Great Pagoda Temple is the Chaidalong Temple. Chaidalong means "the Great Pagoda" in Thai. It is named after a Lanna Square Buddha Pagoda in the center of the temple. It is ranked as the most noble temple in Chiang Mai alongside the Paxing Temple. It is one of the most important tourist attractions in Chiang Mai. Located in the center of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, it was founded in 1411. Its main body is the largest Shrine Pagoda in Chiang Mai, so it is also known as the "Great Pagoda Temple". This mixed Indian, Ceylon-style pagoda, originally 98 metres high, was once the tallest building in northern Taipei, but now only 42 metres high and the first floor are left because of the earthquake, the artillery fire and lightning strikes of the Thai-Burmese War. However, for hundreds of years, it is still the tallest building in the ancient city of Chiang Mai.
Chedilong Temple, also known as Chari Luan Temple or Big Buddha Pagoda Temple, has a history of more than 600 years. As the most famous of the six major temples in Chiang Mai City, it is the most noble temple in Chiang Mai with Prasin Temple, the largest Buddhist temple. Therefore, it is the first stop we arranged to visit. Adult admission fee is 20 baht, height is less than 135 centimeters and half price, with detailed entry to the temple to observe the matters and for the inappropriate wear of visitors billboards. The temple covers a large area and needs to take off shoes and barefoot to enter the temple. The Buddha statue is solemn and solemn. The shapes of dragons, elephants and Zodiacs outside the temple are vivid and vivid.