Amway, a small temple in Chiang Mai, come to the ancient city. The origin of the hh/Wat Mahawan can be traced back to the Burma occupation at the end of the 17th century. The building incorporates many Burmese features, especially those close to the road. The brothel was sponsored by a wealthy Burmese teak company. It was built around the end of the 19th century. Under the eaves, you can see the teak pillars carved with Burmese-style gods and similar arches. It is very cute. There are also Burmese-style towers and Tibetan Buddhist pavilions in the
temple, but the Daxiong Hall and the largest brothel are Lana-style buildings. The largest brothel was rebuilt in 1975, with Burmese Buddha statues and murals.
This temple is unknown in the temple list of the travel website. Follow Tape Road to the direction of Pinghe, this is the first temple you will encounter. But when we arrived, the temple's Buddhist temple formed a savage and cool backlight in the evening sun. It is also because of this backlight that the gates of the temple are set against blingbling. At that moment, we were tired of the afternoon and we were amazed at the gift that Chiang Mai gave us.
Although the number of temples in Thailand is not clear, but there are thousands of temples, which is the reason why people are fascinated! Compared to the famous temple and ancient temple that I have been to before, this temple exudes a small and charming temperament.
The monks swept the ground and scolded two puppies that kept chasing in the temple. The tone was vaguely concerned. The temple is a good place to shoot humanities. Everyone remembers to put on a medium telephoto or a fixed focus!
Mahawan Temple Wat Mahawan
Address: Thapae Road Soi 4, Tambon Chang Moi