The Ramori Temple is a Buddhist temple in the north of the ancient city of Chiang Mai. It can be seen from the side hall and the Shrine Tower behind the main hall that the building has a long history. Two times, convenient for daytime and evening, there are many monks chanting in the hall at night; Figure 7, the golden Buddha with 20 arms is the goddess of fortune in Southeast Asia.
Ramori Temple, located on the roadside of the urban highway, we went to the gas station and stopped for sightseeing. The temple is free and no tickets are required. The interior environment is still good. The colorful flag-shaped things are quite special. The picture is no less than the famous blue temple, Passing temple and other temples.
Free temple, which is very delicious, there are many local people who do not understand what to pray for. What's more, the twelve Chinese Zodiac lost more pigs and more elephants. Maybe they think pigs are short elephant elephants. Ha ha! There are many small ornaments in the temple garden. They seem to be inadvertently placed there, but they seem to be very harmonious.
The newly decorated Ramori Temple is very luxurious. It has been very luxurious since the entrance. The decoration is very complicated. Elephants welcome visitors. The trees on both sides of the road are all fake leaves, coins, silver coins and gold coins, just like the coin tree. Although there are not many tourists, they do not lose the more famous temples at all.
The Ramori Temple is just across the moat outside the old city wall. It is a very large ancient temple. You can see it on foot. You can read the history of the temple on the nameplate. It explains how they are not sure when it was first built, but there are records that the reigning king invited Laotian monks to teach at the Ramori Temple.
The Ramori Temple, near the northern gate of the ancient city, is a masonry structure, but obviously younger than Jieyao Temple. It feels very special, very small and fresh. The appearance of Ramori Temple is not as shining as that of other temples. There is a sense of mystery and silence in the darkness.
It's not easy to find here in the north of the ancient city. It's said that there are twelve small Buddhist pagodas beside these temples. The zodiac is to be visited according to the zodiac. This is not the first time I came here, but suddenly I saw the explanation and looked at it again.