Wat Chaloem Phrakiat Phrachomklao Rachanuson, Wichet Nakhon

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#3 of 14 in Historic Sites in Lampang Province
Wat Chaloem Phrakiat Phrachomklao Rachanuson is located in Wichet Nakhon. To visit Wat Chaloem Phrakiat Phrachomklao Rachanuson and get the most from your holiday in Wichet Nakhon, create itinerary details personal to you using our Wichet Nakhon trip itinerary planning site .
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  • At the peak of 815 meters above sea level, the sea of clouds is like a large white cotton quilt, covering the entire valley. In addition to a few prominent peaks, there is a temple and more than 10 pagodas stand on the high mountain. Why is the Buddhist temple built on the tip of the mountain? It is said that in order to commemorate the sacred Buddhist shrines on the mountain, believers have built temples and pagodas on the mountain with firm conviction. Thai Buddhists are convinced that as long as they walk to this holy site, the fu newspaper and good luck will follow themselves. The temple, built on a hill, is divided into three floors. On the 1st floor, you can visit the main temple and the monks who live here. To reach the 2nd floor, you can choose to take Songthaew or walk. Finally, you can climb a steep 800-run staircase to the third level, the top of the mountain (there is no Songthaew from the 2nd to the third floor). The third floor is also known here as Doi Prat Bet. Here, in addition to stunning 360-degree mountain views, you can also see the magnificent golden tower and the white Shelizi Tower dotted over the mountains. Tickets: 200 baht. Friends who want to take Songthaew from the 1st to the 2nd floor, 100 baht per person.
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  • Temple on top of the hill Parking is available at the bottom of the car. Temple service (car and temple entrance fee 70 Baht) The car will be delivered at the bus stop, and it must continue on foot for about nearly a kilo of 300 meters, and the entrance to the mountain is 500 meters, and the stairs are a little tired. There is a lot of time when the stairs are still created. The soil is quite clear and slippery.
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  • So beautiful and peaceful at the top. 270 baht entry fee for foreigners which includes the truck ride up and back down. Great viewpoints.
  • It was a very nice Day trip from Chiang Mai to Wat Chaloem. You will get a amazing view. You really have to check it out.
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