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  • Address: Th Ratchaphakhinai
  • Hours: Open daily 6am - 5pm, except Buddhist holidays
  • Admission: Suggested donation of 20 baht

Thought to be the oldest wat in Chiang Mai, Wat Chiang Man is a typical northern Thai temple, with massive teak columns holding aloft the central sanctuary.

The wat has two important Buddha images; one on a marble bas relief, the other a crystal seated Buddha. They’re visible in a glass cabinet housed in a smaller sanctuary.

The walls of the wat feature red stenciled murals, depicting scenes from the life of Chiang Mai's founder, Phaya Mengrai.

Practical Info

Wat Chiang Man is in the northeastern section of the moated old city of Chiang Mai.

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