The Dara Pirom Palace Reviews
Dara Rasmi, 1873 geborene Tochter des 7. Königs von Chiang Mai ( nach seinem Tode ging das Königreich Chiang Mai im Königreich Siam auf) genoß eine ausgezeichnet Erziehung in Sprachen, Kunst und könig... more »Dara Rasmi, born in 1873, daughter of the 7th King of Chiang Mai (after his death the Kingdom of Chiang Mai was in the Kingdom of Siam) one enjoyed excellent education in languages, art and Royal Customs of Lanna and Siam. She mastered English and her hobby was riding... You can learn this and much more in the very well-run Museum, entry only 20 baht, also by foreigners (!). Unfortunately you may not photograph inside, but there are a few images online. The English flyer is very informative, I have translated it into German and complemented, maybe he is coming soon. The Museum is somewhat difficult to find, behind the helipad of the Board er police in Mae Rim, left if coming from Chiang Mai. Important: As Princess Dara Rasmi is a later wife of Rama v 'royal' was, is necessary, muscle shirt dress appropriately so and Bermuda does not. Normal slacks and shirt is OK.
เป็นความสวยงานที่น่าสะพรึง ตามลักษณะปฎิมากรรม และการตกแต่งแบบเหนือ บนพื้นที่กว้างขวางและ ความอลังกา ของ ปฎิมากรรมขั้นสูง เป็นอีกสถานที่หนึ่งที่เมื่อมาถึงแม่ริม จะต้องแวะชม more »As the work of beauty based on the type of appeal, and the décor, spacious area on the North and article alangka of appeal advanced as one when it comes to the need to visit.
Very splendid temple with nice Thai mural paintings. Typical northern style of decorations are seen throughout the place. Would recommend to visit in early hours to avoid crowds.
Beautiful historical site that is very well-preserved. Worth seeing because every nooks and crannies are filled with detail and story of Lanna. The first temple on the left hand side of the entrance looks stunning with the exquisite detail of interior beauty. Glistening and gleaming with gold colour. When you come to the temple around November to December, people put up the paper lanterns for good luck around the temple. The monks will fill each lantern with the light bulb later. If you come to Chiang Mai, this is one of the must-see sites to visit.
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