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Wat Phrathat Doi Tong

Doi Tung, Chiang Rai, Thailand
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Temple on a hill

THIS temple sits on a hill on the north-west side of Chiang Rai. It can be reached on foot but the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Weymouth, United Kingdom
The temple is litterly in the clouds

The temple is almost at the top of the mountain and litterly is in the clouds. You can Enjoy the... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
Faisal R
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“royal villa” (5 reviews)
“bells” (7 reviews)
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Doi Tung, Chiang Rai, Thailand
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Reviewed 6 days ago

THIS temple sits on a hill on the north-west side of Chiang Rai. It can be reached on foot but the best way for any visitor to get there who is staying in central Chiang Rai is simply to hire a tuktuk. This is what...More

Thank singhasam
Reviewed 18 June 2017

The temple is almost at the top of the mountain and litterly is in the clouds. You can Enjoy the temple and view from here. But apart from that nothing out of the ordinary. Just like any other temple in Thialnd

Thank Faisal R
Reviewed 6 May 2017

It might not easy to go there by public transportation, but you should visit this place if you come to Chiangrai. Reading the history before coming here could make more impression.

Thank Phanuwat K
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

Nice walk from Dusit Resort... Little up hill walk.... Good view ...Near by is the city navel and a small military museum

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We usually take the stairs to go to the temple which will make us pass some bells along the way. However, we drove up to park nearby the temple this time. There are some parking lots next to the temple. It wasn't much crowded in...More

Thank Tawan U
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

The 30 degree slope mountain may be risky for tour driver. However, the twin golden Phrathat with The northern styled flags (toong = Flag) impress tourist with the legend and here was the King Rama IX's mother pay tribute. The Phrathat Chang Moop (the elephant...More

Thank PanSum
Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

This pagoda is on a hill called "Doi Tung" which is a historical area. The pagoda was believed built almost 2000 years ago just after the death of the Lord Bhudda.

1  Thank kiat25
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Doi Tung is one of the most famous tourist destination in the region. More than one buildings have been erected in this beautiful garden, and the most beautiful is (of course) the Royal Villa of the King's mother (actually consisting of 4 units). She lived...More

1  Thank handhungary
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Twin Golden Pagodas are really beautiful, though they are not so big. If you have extra time after visiting Mae Fah Luang Garden and The Royal Villa at Doi Tung, Chiang Rai, then you can enjoy this temple (about 12 Km from the Garden). No...More

Thank SuperSpy007
Reviewed 27 June 2016

Interesting drive up the mountain to reach this Temple, there are stairs to walk up if you are so inclined. When you reach the top there are many Buddhas to inspect and there is a long bridge which has so many bells attached so that...More

Thank Terry C
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