This temple is very gorgeous, magnificent decoration, exquisite carvings, worthy of careful appreciation, and there are not many tourists
The Lokko Temple is located on the road to the ancient city of Chiang Mai. It is almost a short walk to see the temple, which is not clear from the road. It is said that the temple has more than 500 years of history and its architecture is magnificent. When visiting the temple, be careful of local customs, must wear long pants or skirts, not too exposed. It is quieter and less tourists.
This time in Chiang Mai, I am staying at Kate Hasu Bontique. opposite the balcony is the Meiyi Hotel. Deng Lijun's 1995 Xiangyu Xiaoyu is also a fate. Every time I enter and leave the hotel, I have to pass this normal school. The architecture is magnificent. The fan Yin is surrounded by an amy wine with a unique temperament. The shop is not far away, after lunch, walk, just walk in directly on the side of the road, the sign is basically Thai and some English, no Chinese, check Baidu map to know that it is Lokko Temple. The temples of the whole kingdom of Thailand are everywhere and beautifully built, and this is no exception. Unlike a site, this temple is very few people, so to speak, almost nobody, a dog lounging on the steps, the noon sun, only the yard bells ring. And a wall of the street, the earth's motorcycle sound chainsaws. Sitting in the shade, from time to time breeze, feel like you can sit like this nothing to do an afternoon.
nice pagoda templeit is located along the bar street near to le Meriden hotel. it is along the main road and free entrance. the architecture and design is very detail. the walls are plated in gold design. there are a few stupas around the temple ground. inside the compound it is calm and soothing.
Located on the roadside from the ancient city to the Night Bazaar, the temple is more than 500 years old and the temple is magnificent. Although the Loi Khro Rd. Road at night is lively because of the street pub
While walking towards the old city district I came across Wat Loi Kkro. An amazingly peaceful place and a shrine to marvel at classical Thai architecture. If you have time, I definitely would get a message outside from the temple monks. Also on certain days they have monk chat, where temple monks come to speak english with foreigners, to teach more about Buddhism.
Is this a review of Wat Loi Kroh? Having read some reviews, I really doubt they've been to Chiang Mai! Lokoh Temple is on the Lokoh Road, east of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, which is more than 500 years old, and the view is that there is a Buddhist Academy and a bright jade Buddha. Easy to get to by bike, few tourists and free tickets. This temple has nothing to do with Suthep Hill, don't be misled.