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  Wat Chai Sri Phum

 

Thailand

Wat Chai Sri Phum is a temple in Chiang Mai, built in 1519 AD, during the reign of King Phaya Meuang Kaew. The temple has a white prasat-style chedi, decorated with a gilded pinnacle and gilded ornaments, as well as with niches that house gilded Buddha images, each standing in the pahng prathap yeun pose.

 

In addition, the temple has a wooden ho trai. It is located opposite of the remnants of the ancient city wall at the northeastern corner of the moat surrounding the old city.

1847'40.6"N 9859'38.9"E

 

  Wat Chai Sri Phum