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This temple (Wat) and chedi was recently opened to the public. My brother in-law who lives in Nan, Thailand didn't even know it was there until we stumbled upon it while seeking other temples to photograph. The Chedi is leaning precariously and the Wat was...More
On the way to Pratat Khaonoi, this old temple is a must. I really love the style, quiet ambience and rich decoration which is not so vivid as all the temple in the heart of the city. Very original and well reserve. Try to look...More
This wat has an attractive modern vihaan in a traditional Lanna style with red and gold coloured columns. There are also ceremonial textiles hanging from the ceiling. The main attraction inside the wat, however, is the large Mon-style seated Buddha which is said to have...More
from 6th to 12th century the Mon had several kingdoms in Thailand. But there are only a few Mon-Chedis left.
Wat Phaya Wat suggests, that the Mon were living in Nan,
before the Lao from Luang Prabang took over.
Since 100 years Nan belongs to...More