Paxin Temple is the largest monastery in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We went there at noon, but we were sunned to death. The temple is very big. There are some vendors and hawkers in the square in front of the temple. We also met a couple of Koreans who pasted gold foil on the Buddha statue. Sure enough, we talked about cosmetic techniques.
There are many temples in Chiang Mai, which is not far from Qidilong Temple. It should be called Fan Suoyin Temple in Chinese literal translation. The temple is not big. With gold and white as the keynote, there are few visitors and some statues are very beautiful.
Located on the south side of the moat behind the market, the temple has white square pagodas and a magnificent main hall. It is suggested to take a walk through the city centre. There are almost no other tourists in the temple. The temple has many golden Buddhas of different sizes.
The scenery is very good. The family has a good time here.
It's really good. It's worth visiting. It's highly recommended.
Among many temples in Chiang Mai, the buildings are beautiful.