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Buddhist Temple
“Wat Chedi Luang's massive chedi (pagoda) was built sometime between 1385 and 1402, during the reign of King Saen Muang Ma, 7th ruler of the Mengrai dynasty and is a distinctive feature of the Chiang Mai skyline. At its peak, the chedi measured 60 metres across at the square base and 80 metres tall and was once the home of the Emerald Buddha, Thailand's most sacred religious relic. Damaged during an earthquake in 1545, the chedi’s height is reduced to nearly half of its original size yet it is still an impressive structure. In 1992, the Fine Arts Department finished restoration work around the chedi, bringing back the naga (water serpent) staircase on each of its faces and wonderful statues of elephants adorning the base. The actual work on the chedi itself, however, was never quite complete, leaving it in its present state. What to See at Wat Chedi Luang On Wat Chedi Luang's premise are several structures of great cultural significance, including the city pillar (Intakin), main wiharn housing the principal Buddha image and a giant gum tree guarding the temple’s entrance. According to ancient Lanna beliefs, the city pillar is erected at the epicentre of the city, to mark the centre of the universe, which in the past was the Lanna Kingdom. Dwarfing the city pillar shrine is one of the three gum trees believed to protect the city from all ills. Legend has it that if this tree ever falls, a great catastrophe will follow. On important Buddhist holidays, such as Visakha Buja, Wat Chedi Luang is where worshippers convene for the evening candle procession. A special pulley system allows visitors to leave offerings and prayers atop the chedi during the day. The temple is located on Phra Pokklao Road and is easy to find, since the chedi is one of the tallest structures in the old city. Wat Chedi Luang Opening Hours: 06:00 - 17:00 Location: Phrapokklao Road Tel: +66 (0) 53 24 8604 ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Wat Phra Singh is one of the finest examples of classic Lanna style temple architecture in Northern Thailand built in the 14th century located in the old walled city, 400m from Thapae Loft.”
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Historische Stätte
“Tha Phae Gate or the former name of Chiang Rai Kor Gate It is the eastern gate and is one of the 5 inner city gates of Wiang Chiang Mai. Currently, it is the only city gate with gates. But Thapae Gate is a new construction. Not ancient in any way Tha Phae Gate has been reduced in size and height because of the different environment in the past.”
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Bar
“If you enjoy nightlife, chances are you'll love Zoe In Yellow! Located a short walk from Thunderbird Hostel, it offers a wide range of beverages and vibes- from club to reggae. It is a popular spot for both locals and tourists- open from 7pm-midnight. There are a number of great restaurants nearby as well for a convenient late night snack!”
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Lodging
“You can find a reasonable price souvenir & street food there. Open 5.00-10.00PM every Sunday.”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“Three Kings Monument is at the center in heart of Chiang mai old town. You can walk around here to museum, temple, etc.”
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Jazz-Klub
“The North Gate Jazz club is were I usually go on the weekend. Superb live music, local beer, parties environment. But be careful if you get a little bit tipsy cause you have to take Tuk Tuk or taxi to get home. 10 mins for rides. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Wat Chiang Man is the most beautiful and oldest temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand, having been constructed in 1296 with the foundation of the city itself. It is located in north east corner of the old walled city, about 200 meters from Chang Puak gate in the north wall. When King Mengrai decided to build a new city and make it the new capital of the Lanna Kingdom, he build the Wat Chiang Man as the first temple of the new city. There are two viharans (halls) in the temple. The larger of the two is an impressive building with a three tiered roof. It houses the oldest Buddha image in Chiang Mai, with Buddha standing and holding an alms bowl dated 1465. The smaller viharn, also built in Lanna sty”
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Night Market
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“Only Sunday night . Full with local and tourist people and you can find street food and cheap price souvenirs. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“This museum will telling you about the history of Chiangmai from 720 years ago.”
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Establishment
“Wat Phan Tao is a beautiful wooden temple with a decorated garden area. Sitting next to the famous Wat Chedi Luang this temple is often overlooked but worth a visit. Especially when the more famous religious complexes in the area are overrun with tourists in the high season. When you enter, the main prayer hall is to your right and a walkway on your left leads you to the stupa at the back. The prayer hall is made from dark teak wood and inside is a gold image of the Buddha. The prayer hall was built back when the teak trade was at its peak and the wood was an offering to the Buddha. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“ The main temple is beautiful with ornate carvings and at the back is the stone stupa structure, located outside the city walls, this is a quiet place and you can stroll in peace.”
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Bus Station
“This bus station is domestic route, just from Chiangmai city to another area in Chiangmai.”
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Museum
“The Lanna Folklife Museum is an interesting museum full of exhibitions about the lives, history and culture of the Lanna people of northern Thailand.”
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Thailändisches Restaurant
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“Chiang Mai was founded over 700 years ago and has been adorned with numerous temples by its famous three kings. Chiang Mai is home to over 300 temples or ‘wats’, with some of the most significant located in the Old City, such as Wat Phra Singh. It is approximately 1.5km square. Centuries ago, the old city was surrounded by walls and moats to protect it from its nearby enemies. Thus, it was an exotic and peaceful centre for Buddhism, merchants, soldier and elephants. Surrounded by the city walls, this was once all that existed of Chiang Mai, and it’s where you can find many of the most popular sights. Many of the temples for which Chiang Mai is rightly famous can be found in this area, as are museums and galleries. Many visitors chose to stay in this part of town, meaning the culture is right on your doorstep, and it’s also a popular area for restaurants and bars. ”
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Restaurant
“Huen Phen restaurant is famous for its Khao Soi noodle soup dish. During lunch times this is the main dish that Huen Phen serves, but they also have a range of other traditional snacks and Northern dishes such as jackfruit salad and sticky rice (40 Baht), and ‘Aeb Pla’ fish grilled with sweet basil and wrapped in a banana leaf (50 Baht). Because Huen Phen restaurant is well known it can be quite busy with Thai and foreign guests during lunch hours so be prepared to wait or arrive early. Huen Phen restaurant opens twice a day. In the daytime they serve in an open canteen style area and there are lots of customers around. In the evenings Huen Phen changes into a romantic restaurant with low li”
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