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Address: Chom Ping, Lampang, Thailand

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Wat Phra Tat Chom ping

Old temple and World Heritage and not too far from R rampang Guest house, just take bike to there thanks,

Reviewed 14 July 2016
Bangkok, Thailand
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Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

Old temple and World Heritage and not too far from R rampang Guest house, just take bike to there thanks,

Thank pavineey
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Reviewed 30 June 2015

This is a very Nice and peaceful temple. The Temple itself is not so big as others but the architecture is beautiful. The pinhole camera effect is allso Nice and my idea I think this amazing pinhole camera is something for Someren to find out how amazing it is.

Thank chawkaewc
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 150 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 March 2015

If you are interested in buddhist temple , this one is a must to visit for completion of your Lampang visit , its location near Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is easy to make both of these temples. One of attractions of this temple, there is reflection of the main pagoda on the ground of the monastary, so amazing.

Thank jajavalB
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Reviewed 17 February 2015 via mobile

The pinhole camera effect is good. Not sure if by accident or design. Usual interesting stuppa and stuff. Small museum. Peaceful grounds full of birds etc Closes early so don't get there late on. Horse and carriage ride outside is good value at 200 baht, including trip round the block, visiting sacred spring and feeding the ponies

Thank Ian R
Victoria, Canada
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Reviewed 25 February 2014 via mobile

There is a temple with the pinhole effect. Visited in the afternoon, you need to close the doors to see. Also, be aware females are not allowed to enter this room for some reason...not sure why. It was definitely impressive and worth visit. Also next door is an old tree that is propped up by bamboo poles. They say if... More 

Thank duane f
Zedelgem, Belgium
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Reviewed 25 December 2012

Nice to visit if you are in Lampang. All was fine to spend time of your day after visiting other temple.

Thank tiger2669
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 54 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 December 2011

If you go you must get the temple guide to show you the pinhole camera image. (It helps if you understand Thai or have an interpreter). In the building next to the chedi, when they close the doors and windows, an amazingly clear image of the chedi is projected through a pinhole in the window shutter. It is regarded as... More 

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