The Pure Silver Monastery, Sisu Bang Monastery, also known as "Silver Monastery" in the market on Saturday, was built in 1502. It is a very unique temple in Chiang Mai. There is a Buddhist hall made of all silver in the monastery, which is shining with silver. The exterior walls of the temple are artificially carved, which can be regarded as ghost-axe and god-worker. In the evening, under the illumination of the light, the Yinsi Temple looks more beautiful. Red, orange, blue, green light conversion gives people a wonderful visual impact, purple makes people feel elegant. In this all-silver hall, only the Buddha statues worshipped inside are not silver. Women are forbidden to enter the temple hall. Legend has it that 500 years ago, sacred objects such as incantations and amulets were buried under the Silver Temple. According to Lanner tradition, if a lady entered this place, she might destroy magic instruments and hurt herself.
Situated outside the South Gate of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, near the night market on Saturdays, we followed the navigation through the winding alleys for a long time before we found it. The temple was built in 1502. Although it is not the most famous temple in Chiang Mai, it is very distinctive. It is said that the temple was almost rebuilt except for the teak pillars and roofs of the main hall. The monastery is said to have the only Silver Ring Hall in Thailand. The whole hall is made of a mixture of pure silver, composite silver and aluminium, which shines in the sunshine and is spectacular. But unfortunately, the ladies are not allowed in, so we have to visit the outside world.
Xisubang Temple is also known as the Silver Temple. The whole building shines brightly and gloriously under the light. It walks up the blue stairs with the door of pure silver. There is a golden Buddha statue there. The contrast between gold, silver and blue is bright, which gives people a strong visual impact. The details are amazing. The sharp, long and curling eaves, the complex carvings and the surrounding bamboo trees complement each other. They are exquisite and amazing.
Sisu Bang Monastery is the only Silver Ring Hall in Thailand. The whole hall is made of a mixture of pure silver, composite silver and aluminium. Silver shines brightly and is very striking. We were walking around the market on Saturday night when we lost our way. We saw a silver building standing in the garden and illuminated by colorful lights. We walked into a temple that said "No ladies in it". Because there are few tourists in the alleys outside the city, they have avoided the impact of secular flashiness, and the temple is really beautiful.
In Chiang Mai, apart from tourists, there are temples at most. It can be said that in the ancient city, there are temples almost every 100 meters. It can be imagined that although the belief of Thai team Buddhism is an ancient city, the temples seem to have been renovated and brilliant.
The so-called iron temple is to decorate the temple with a silver-white bright iron relief. The relief is exquisite and complex, which is unusual. All elements are represented in relief. White low walls, red signboards, nothing special at the entrance, a small temple on the left side of the entrance, shining silver.
Amazing silver church in beautiful temple Everytime I come to the night market in Wualai street, I always visit this temple. The temple is very beautiful and they have traditional performance on saturday night too. Base on their believe, women cannot get inside the church so they allow only men to get in
Silver Temple, White Temple Bar, which was elaborately built by contemporary Thai artists and their team in 1985, is very creative, small lenses, sand pagodas, building a magnificent building, shining under the blue sky and white clouds. The white temple is free to visit, and the golden toilet is also free to use. I just can't figure out why there are Chinese people who don't use such a good toilet to urinate their children in the pool, which is too damaging to the face of the Chinese people.