If you have never paid respect to Lord Buddha’s relics before, then find you own chance to do that for once in lifetime. This should do good to your own fortune and mind.
Even you’re not a Buddhist or your religion doesn’t allow you to pay respect to any other figures and amulets, that’s not a problem. You can just take a look at a place that stores Lord Buddha’s relics. Anyway, the relics is a valuable historical thing. Eveyone should feast their eyes with this
Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng is well-known for its Lanna decoration style. It’s all over the place: the pagodas, the vihara, the ubosot, all those sculptures. Everything is glorious.
For the Lord Buddha’s relics, of course, you can go and pay respect anytime, It has been being respected by villagers for years. Everyone believe that the relics is holy and able to protect them from great dangers.
Then, you may continue your trip by taking a look at all Lord Buddha statues and the statue of Siddhartha, which is dressed in luxury royal costume. You may want to admire all murals inside the ubosot. With thatm you can learn Jakata Tales and the history of Buddhism.
This temple is not very big, to be precise, but it is a good place for a family to spend a good time together on holiday.
How to get there
Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng is located on the east side of Mae Sariang County. Find the Highway No.108(Chiangmai-Mae Sariang-Mae Hong Son) and continue straight. You will find the temple near the road. If you do not have car, please contact us to arrange the private tour package which suitable for your group.
Entrance fee & opening hours : Opens daily from 6 am until 7 pm. There is no entrance fee
Note : Wheelchair user is accessible
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For this place on the way to Mae Sa Riang District, you can combine this program.
Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng Map