Like the slow pace of life in Chiang Mai, walking from the Roseat Hotel to the Parsing Monastery for about 15 minutes, passing through other large and small temples. Almost every temple in Chiang Mai is exquisite and has a story. When entering the temple, you must take off your shoes. At the entrance, you have to pay 20B incense fee. The staff will give tribute and write down their names. There are also staff in the temple who will explain the ritual Buddha to you. They will speak basic English. The main hall is magnificent, and other buildings have their own characteristics.
Parsing Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, and the Qidilong Temple is the most noble temple in Chiang Mai. These large-scale temples in Thailand have two-dimensional codes in front of their doors, which allow you to scan and view some profiles. It's very good. All temples must take off their shoes when entering the main hall. There are four Buddhist temples in the temple, which are connected by long corridors and square. Each temple has a golden Buddha. In the main hall, Laigan Hall, there are three Buddha statues which are regarded as the most spiritual ones in northern Taipei. In the center of the courtyard is a large golden pagoda about 20 meters high, built in the 16th century. It is said that the pagoda contains Sakyamuni's relics. The top of the tower is a crystal lotus presented by King Tai. The Parsing Temple in the rainstorm is beautiful and amazing!
Must see when visiting Chiang Mai. Beautiful Northern Thai style temple in Old town area. Accessible easily by car, mini local red van, walking, etc.
Wat Phra Singh. One of the three major Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai is as famous as Shuanglong Temple in Sutie Mountain and the Great Buddhist Pagoda Temple (Qidilong Temple) in the ancient city. Located near the south side of Chiang Mai City near Chiang Mai Gate. Founded in 1345, Pa Yo commemorated his father. It is the largest temple in the ancient city of Chiang Mai and also the most visited one. It is famous for offering the lion Phra Singh. The highest and largest temple in Chiang Mai. Ticket 40 baht
Parsing Temple is the highest and largest temple in Chiang Mai. It is also called "Chiang Mai's three major temples together with Shuanglong Temple and Great Buddha Pagoda Temple. One of the attractions that visitors to Chiang Mai must visit. The incense here is very strong, the temple, the towering trees prove the ancient temple here, it was built in 1345, the sharp triangular roof on both sides of a number of golden dragons, glittering golden, enter the main hall to slippers, show respect, the process is very complex, we will look outside, feel its magnificence. Every year from April 13 to 15, Passing Temple is one of the main places where people celebrate the Water Sprinkling Festival.
Prasin Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai and the most noble temple in Chiang Mai. It was first built in 1345 by King Menglai to worship his father's ashes. After several expansion, the existing scale was formed. Around the monastery, there are two giant dragons inlaid with colored glass sheets and small fan-shaped glazed ceramic tiles, each with seven taps in size, on both sides of the majestic stone steps, the dragon head is high and majestic. In the center of the monastery is a large golden pagoda about 20 meters high, built in the 16th century. It is said that there are Sakyamuni Buddha's relics in the pagoda.
Paxin Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai City. It is a perfect example of Lanna-style architecture. Parsing Temple, built in the 14th century, has a long history. It is said that the monastery was built in imitation of the Praxin monastery in Chiang Mai. Phra Singh's Buddha statue is enshrined in the temple. The murals in the temple, which are based on local ancient costumes and customs, are considered to be representative works of traditional art in northern Thailand. Every April during the Water Sprinkling Festival, people celebrate one of the main places.
Paxin Temple, beside a side hall is a magnificent pagoda. The golden light outside the temple is dazzling. There are golden Buddha statues depicting the windows and doors. The contrast between the bright light and the bright light is very big. It has a great artistic conception. Not so late into the temple, but the fragrance of the lotus is reassuring, invited the lotus to dedicate to the Buddha, I wish everyone around us fragrant as lotus!
The first temple we visited in Chiang Mai was one of the three major temples in the ancient city, and the other two were the Ching Man Temple and Chai Dilong Temple. We went into the main hall and saw many monks eating. The temple is very large. Apart from the side hall of the main hall, there are gardens and buildings as well as monks'living areas. There is a small forest tree with English and Thai bi-lingual proverbs which are very meaningful. There is a school next door. By the way, the students play a little ball, and the little monks look around. They find that the students in Thailand are very happy.