Wiang Kum Kam has been partly restored to its former glory and visitors can tour the ruins of ancient temples and see the carved stone tablets unearthed by archaeologists. Some of the sites have plaques with information in English and guides are available for hire.
To get there from Chiang Mai, go south along Highway 106 (also known as the Chiang Mai – Lamphun Highway) for about 3 kilometers then look for the directional sign to the ruins.
Tours & Tickets
Experience northern Thailand's rural charm on an action-packed adventure with day trips by minibus from Chiang Mai. Climb the staircase to Wat Phrathat Doi ... Read more
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Location: Mueang Chiang Mai District, Thailand
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)