Day 4 - North Trip

Sited in mid-town, Wat Phra That Hariphunchai was built during the reign of King Arthitayarat, a descendant of Queen Chamthewi some 800 years ago. A principal landmark is the 46-metre tall golden Chedi whose present appearance was the result of the restoration work in 1443 by a king of Chiang Mai. It has long been regarded as a major place of worship. Other architectural works include the ancient-... read more
Another ancient site related to the old history of the town is Wat Phra Yuen. The Ku Chang-Ku Ma Chedi at the temple is surrounded on four directions by standing statues. The Chedi itself is cylinder-shaped and commemorates Queen Chamthewi's war elephant and her son's steed.... read more
Wat Tha Devi or the villagers called Wat Ku Kut located on the road Cham Chat District in the city built around 1298 is a craftsman. The pagoda is a Buddhist temple in India. Each side has a standing Buddha statue blessing layers. Inside the Pagoda containing the bones of Phra Chedi Devi, the king of the city of Haripunchai. Legend says that the infinite rank and rank. The queen of the goddess Cha... read more
Ku Chang is a historic monument. Located in the area of Wat Kai Kaeo, about 2 kilometers from the city, Ku Chang is a pillar-shaped stupa that is believed to be the grave of the elephant warrior of Phra Nang Cham, the name "Phuk Ngao Green" which means dark elephant skin. Power and power in war. The pagoda is a bell-shaped pagoda believed to be the grave of King Phra Devi Devi.... read more
The buildings of this temple are a mix of Lan Na and Burmese style. Wat Mahawan is to the east of the city center, outside the city walls but still within walk-able distances. It was founded in the year 657 by Queen Chamathewi, who brought a Buddha image from Lawo (Lopburi) to be enshinred here.... read more