Wat SamphaoTha Phae GateWat Muen LanWat MahawanWat LamchangWat Chiang ManChiang Mai City Art & Cultural CenterThree Kings Monument, Chiang MaiWat Chai PrakiatWat Tung YuWat Phra SingWat Si KoetWat Chedi Luang
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Chiang Mai Chronicles: Temples & Traditions

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An audio guided tour by Samuel L. Jackson, The Tourist

Welcome to Chiang Mai! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 13 stops on a route of 6.05km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Wat Samphao
Sight A Lanna-era wat built during the 16th century, Wat Samphao features a three-story temple with decorative stucco patterns and a golden junk pagoda.
Wat Samphao
Tha Phae Gate
Sight A historic city gate in Wiang Chiang Mai, Tha Phae Gate is one of the five inner city gates, currently the only one with a door leaf. Originally a two-story gate, it was rebuilt based on historical and archaeological evidence, with a focus on its original 19th-century design.
Tha Phae Gate
Wat Muen Lan
Sight A wat dedicated to the generals of Ayutthaya who lost their lives in battle, built in 2002-2005 within the city walls of Chiang Mai.
Wat Muen Lan
Wat Mahawan
Sight A Buddhist temple, Wat Mahawan, sits on Thaphae Road, showcasing a unique blend of Burmese and Lanna architectural styles. Its notable features include a 19th-century Burmese-influenced assembly hall and a large, Lanna-style assembly hall with 15th-16th-century bronze Buddha images.
Wat Mahawan
Wat Lamchang
Sight A monastery belonging to the Buddhist Sangha, Wat Lam Chang was established in 1839 and houses a Lanna Art Temple with a golden gable and traditional Lanna-style porch, alongside a president's pagoda featuring elephant statues and a bell decorated with glass and lotus patterns.
Wat Lamchang
Wat Chiang Man
Sight A historic Buddhist wat, Wat Chiang Man was built in 1297 CE by King Mangrai and features four main attractions: the Chedi Chang Lom, Main Wihan, New Wihan, and Ubosot, showcasing the city's rich cultural heritage.
Wat Chiang Man
Chiang Mai City Art & Cultural Center
Museum
Chiang Mai City Art & Cultural Center
Three Kings Monument, Chiang Mai
Monument A monument commemorating the three kings who built Wiang Chiang Mai, featuring brass and black bronze statues of Phaya Mangrai, Phaya Nam Muang, and Phaya Loi.
Three Kings Monument, Chiang Mai
Wat Chai Prakiat
Sight Wat Chai Prakiat, also known as Wat Chai Phrakiat, is a historic Buddhist temple established in 1545, with a royal charter from 1857. It is famous for its Buddha statues, including the Rai Chao Buddha, a bronze statue weighing about 5,000 kilograms.
Wat Chai Prakiat
Wat Tung Yu
Sight A historic Buddhist monastery, Tung Yu Temple was established in 1576 and features a mix of Lanna and Burmese-Myanmar architectural styles, including a Lanna-shaped temple and a round pagoda.
Wat Tung Yu

About this Tour ℹ

Stops
13
Walking time
72 min
Average Rating
-
Language
en-GB
Distance
6.05km

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