Temples aren’t my thing to be honest but since I was in Chiang Mai, temple was a must! Went here because this was one of the famous temples in Chiang Mai. You need to pay around 20 bath and for girls, don’t wear shorts/short skirts and tank tops. Because you may need to “rent” a scarf and pay extra bit of money. There were Monk wax statues inside the temples. They looked so real. At first, i thought they were real Monks. That made this temple my favorite one.
Irene Mikaela L T
The Phrasin Temple is also translated as the Temple of Prasin. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai and the most noble temple in Chiang Mai with Chedi Dragon Temple. Founded in 1345 by King Menglai, it was used to worship the ashes of his father. After several expansions, the existing scale was formed.
The temple is surrounded by pines and cypresses, ancient trees are towering, two dragons inlaid with colored glass and fan-shaped glazed tiles, each with 7 faucets, two sides of the stone steps, the dragon head is high, the prestige stern. The early Lanna bronze statues enshrined in the
temple were invited by the neighboring city of Chiang Rai in 1400. The murals of Buddhist stories taken on the walls are vivid, with local ancient costumes and customs as content. Crafted wood carvings are considered to be masterpieces of traditional Thai art in Northern Thailand and are also excellent Buddhist art.
Wat Phra Singh is the highest and largest temple in Chiang Mai. It is also known as the Three Great Temples of Chiang Mai with the Ssangyong Temple and the Great Buddhist Pagoda. The temple was built in 1345 to commemorate his father. It was later expanded several times and is known for its awesome Buddha statue. The decoration of the
temple is splendid, with exquisite wood carvings, murals about Buddhist stories, exquisite and exquisite, lifelike, worthy of watching. The trees in
Passin are lush, the flowers are blooming and the environment is very elegant. The incense is very busy here, and there are many tourists. If you go to class in the morning and evening, you will see the monks in the Buddhist scriptures and they are very religious. There is a white and white statue of a beast at the main entrance of the
temple. When you walk in, you will see a circular flower bed with a golden figure in the middle. Behind the flower bed is a long main hall. There are many golden dragons on the sides of the pointed triangular roof. The carvings on the outer wall are also golden and beautiful.
When you go to the Golden Dragon Steps, you can enter the main hall and you need to take off your shoes to show respect. There is a huge gilded Pasin Buddha statue in the spacious main hall. It is solemn and solemn, and many people worship Buddha here. You will also notice a few small monks made of FRP, holding a small box of giving, and when you donate money, you only need to throw it into the box. The little monks will make a sound of blessings, which is very interesting.
Around the temple, the pines and cypresses, the ancient trees towering, two dragons inlaid with colored glass and fan-shaped glazed tiles, each with 7 faucets of size, on both sides of the stone steps, the dragon head is high-pitched and prestige. The dragon body, which is about 150 meters long, rises up with the stone level and stretches to the entrance of the Buddhist temple. In the middle of the temple there is a large golden pagoda about 20 meters high, which houses the relics of the legendary Buddha. The top of the tower is the crystal lotus flower that the king of the king gave. The emperors of the Chiang Mai Dynasty have been very respectful of this temple and often come here to worship. Speaking of the history of the Pasin Temple: The Pasin Temple was built in 1345 by the King Menglai, and has been expanded to form the existing scale. The statue of Passin, which is dedicated to the temple, is said to have been introduced from Ceylon more than 600 years ago. Today, Chiang Mai can become the largest city in Thailand except the capital Bangkok, and has an inseparable relationship with the king who built the Pasin Temple.
The Phra Singh Temple, the Ssangyong Temple and the Great Buddhist Pagoda Temple are called the “Three Great Temples of Chiang Mai” and are located at the western end of the ancient city of Chiang Mai. The temple was built in 1345 by King Phayu to commemorate his father. It was later expanded several times and is known for its awe-inpisiring Buddha statue. The decorations in the temple are splendid, with many exquisite wood carvings and murals narrating Buddhist stories. They are detailed, exquisite and lifelike and worthy of careful viewing. Phra Singh Temple are full of lush trees and rich with incense. There are many tourists here. If you visit here in the morning and evening during scripture time, you will see the monks chanting the Buddhist scriptures. They look very devout.