Our one day trip will be start at Wat Umong but why Wat Umong ?
Tunnel temple or known as “Wat Umong” is unique because of its location in the forest and its system of tunnels. There is a serene and peaceful atmosphere forest temple near Doi Suthep mountain. Provides a welcome change from the much visited sites in Chiang Mai.
First stop will be here. Enjoy the peaceful temple by walking around in a peaceful mind. There is a tunnel that also built in 13th century for monk to meditate. The tunnels were lined with brick walls, plastered and Buddhist murals were painted. Shrines with images of the Buddha were added, giving the monk a new place to meditate in peace and quiet.
At wat umong you can be relax and find your own peace
We will be stopping here for 40 minutes. It’s a good time for you to take some photos, enjoy feeding the fish (you can buy a bucket of fish food and feed them).While you might not interest in feeding the fish, there is a tunnels for you to explore. After you done with everything we will be head to our next place Wat pha lat just 5 minutes away from Wat umong.
and then we go to
The white Naga staircase
While the area is landscaped. The natural beauty still shines amidst the lush forest grounds. Further in, a waterfall trickles down a sheet of rock where the trees open up for a beautiful view of the city. Wat Pha Lat, which translates to “Monastery at the Sloping Rock”, is serene and mostly unvisited.
An old temple and a beautiful scenery of city view that you can find at wat pha lat
Again, we will be stopping here for 40 minutes for you to walk around and take some photos. We recommend you to sit back and relax, listen to the wind, look at the tree and try move around slowly. Now it’s the time for us to go to another place, the place that most of the people who’ve came to Chiang Mai already been there once and you should not miss it.
last, The most visited place of Chiang mai
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand’s most sacred temples. Its founding legend is learned by every school kid in Chiang Mai. The wát is a beautiful example of northern Thai architecture, reached via a 306-step staircase flanked by naga (serpents).
The monastery was established in 1383 by King Keu Naone to enshrine a piece of bone.Researcher said to be from the shoulder of the historical Buddha. The bone shard was brought to Lanna by a wandering monk from Sukhothai. It broke into two pieces at the base of the mountain, with one piece being enshrined at Wat Suan Dok.Another fragment was mounted onto a sacred white elephant that wandered the jungle until it died.
This is the most remarkable place in Chiang Mai. Most of the traveler who travel to Chiang Mai come to visit this place. Locate at the top of the mountain, full of Thai-Northern tradition, stunning city view that you can’t find anywhere else.
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