Although I have seen so many temples in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, Pan Dao Temple is one of the temples with a single tree, which is worth recommending. Pandao Temple is built in teak, pure Taipei Lanna style design, not as golden as other temples, aggressive momentum. And although Phan Tao means "1,000 stoves", the incense here is not very prosperous, very quiet, occupies little space, and there are not many tourists. In the temple, people are surprisingly calm inside. The arch of the entrance is red, and there are very beautiful carvings on the arch, which reminds me of the beautiful carvings of Queen's Palace in Angkor Wat. When entering the hall, please be careful not to take pictures. We can only record the golden decorations at the entrance of the hall with a camera, and the visitors can only feel the interior with the naked eye. Compared with other famous temples in Chiang Mai, Pan Dao Temple is not so famous, so there is no noise from other temples here. It is a simple and quiet temple. You can rest assured that you can sit in the temple and relax yourself without being disturbed by the noise of tourists. Think about your life carefully. If you are tired of sitting, I suggest you take a walk in the small garden of the temple. There is a small pond with many red umbrellas and hanging bells. I like this quiet reserve very much. It's really a beautiful scene in Chiang Mai. It's very unforgettable.
After turning left at Chidilong Temple, I was attracted by a small pure wooden temple on the same side of the road. I came back to Duniang: Wandao Temple, pure teak building, nearly 300 years old, Phan Tao means 1000 stoves, which used to cast Buddha statues for various temples. In small and beautiful temples, the Red Buddha simulated the scene of Sakyamuni's success under the Bodhi tree, and now several yellow dogs bark at each other.
Wandao Temple is free. The only wooden structure hall, not decorated with gold hall, very stable. The Pagoda in the backyard is shining golden, and the bamboo forest is lush, a shallow water reflecting golden pagoda, with blue sky and white clouds. It's really beautiful. Few tourists like this place.
The third stop, Pandao Temple, is full of teak. It feels like a temple built in modern times. It is very attractive. Most of the top of the pagodas are gold-plated, shining and beautiful. The temples are well preserved. Thai has always been a very Buddhist and pious country.
In the ancient city of Chiang Mai, Tapeimen walked to the temple on the road of the Great Buddha Pagoda Temple. It can be visited together with the Great Buddha Pagoda Temple. This temple is still visited by many people. The temple has its own characteristics and the stone looks old.
The first temple visited in Chiang Mai was very impressive, and many temples have been like this since then. There is a very enthusiastic uncle at the door. At first, he did not understand that he was explaining it. Slowly, he knew that he was promoting me to see Thai boxing.
Pandaoshi Temple has an ancient and exquisite all-wood hall, the whole building is built with teak, pure Taipei Lanna style design, more than 280 years of history, is a treasure-class palace in Chiang Mai City, and is currently one of the few wooden buildings. The hall used to be a royal residence, with golden Lanna-style wood carvings above the door. The large peacock in the center spread its wings and spread its screen, symbolizing the magnificence and nobility of the king. The lion and dragon held up the pagoda around the peacock, and a dog lay beneath the peacock. The whole woodcarving layout is symmetrical, the structure is rigorous, the shape is vivid and vivid, and the workmanship is exquisite. Out of the hall, into the back yard, you can see a man-made river, behind which sits a golden Buddha in the sand. Bodhisattva statue, this is a Buddha in the Bodhisattva tree Tao Buddha situation, Sakyamuni meditated under the Bodhisattva tree and finally fully realized the true result, for countless beings to find out the essence of life and death from reincarnation.