When Wat Chiang Mun was built as the oldest temple in Chiang Mai, King Manglai camped here. The best time of Wat Chiang Man was in the early morning. Shortly after the temple was opened, there were basically no tourists. They were alone in the temple, watching the pigeons rise and fall, and inadvertently they would meet the monks who went to the temple. They smiled and walked side by side, a feeling that could not be said. Very relaxed and very comfortable.
Soon after the sun just rises, the sun is soft golden yellow, and the original golden temple top and the spire are rendered more dazzling.
Qingman Temple should have come in three times, because the hotel and the Qingman Temple are separated by a wall, and every morning they wake up in the sound of birds in the temple.
After 8 o'clock, the Qingman Temple became no longer quiet. The open space in front of the temple became a parking lot. The road under the shade of the trees was filled with a sudden car, and the temples were full of tourists coming and going.
Qingman Temple, also known as Changpu Temple, is located in the northeast of the ancient city of Chiang Mai. It was built in 1297 and is one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai. It was built by King Manglai in the early days of Chiang Mai's founding. His residence. Not only is the environment elegant and quiet, the building is gorgeous and exquisite, but also preserves the remains of ancient dynasties. The
temple is free to visitors and can voluntarily donate incense money. Like other temples in Chiang Mai, you can't wear shorts and clothes that show your shoulders. You need to take off your shoes when you enter the hall. The main building of the
Qingman Temple consists of two typical Lanna-style palaces, all of which are splendid. Into the main hall, you can see the distinctive Lanna style thick teak pillars, the walls are covered with red and gold imprint murals, depicting the scenes of the life of King Chiangmai, the father of Chiang Mai City, to commemorate the Qing Dynasty. The 700th anniversary of Maijiancheng. There is a Buddha standing in front of the altar. It was built in 1465. It is the earliest Buddha statue found in Chiang Mai so far. Many people pray in this prayer.
Then go to the small hall next to the main hall. The glass gods enshrine two famous Buddha statues, filled with precious stones, which are very precious. One is the marble-relief Sakyamuni Buddha statue "Phra Sila", about 30 cm high, which was rumored to have been passed to Sri Lanka by Sri Lanka or India 2,500 years ago. The other is the miniature crystal Buddha statue "Phra Sae Tang Khamani", which is about 15 cm high. It is more famous because believers believe that it has the power of rain, and it is carried out in the annual Songkran celebration.
Of course, we must pray for the New Year. Lets go to the Chiang Mai Hall for a new year. Lets sit in the forefront in the morning. A wave of people carrying books in their pockets, sitting in the temple and seeing the Buddhas first Worship three worships, and then meditate on the Buddhist scriptures with Master. The carpet in the lobby is divided into red and blue. The red is not allowed for outsiders to enter. Some devout red dust children will kneel in the first row of the blue carpet, and follow the monks to sue.
Located in the northeast of the ancient city, Chiang Mai Temple was built by King Manglai in 1297, the early days of Chiang Mai’s establishment, making it one of the oldest temples in the city. It once served as the king’s residence. Not only is the environment elegant and serene, but the beautiful, exquisite building also preserves the remains of ancient dynasties. The main building consists of two classic Lan Na-style palaces, each more magnificent than the last. In the minor hall next to the main hall, there are two statues of Buddha encased in glass shrines, each embedded with priceless precious stones. Leaving the hall and coming to the back of the main hall, visitors are met by a square stupa decorated with elephant carvings, another spectacular feature of Wat Chiang Man.