Visiting the Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

In the insignificant little town of Chiang Kham is hidden a beautiful teak-wooden temple, build in Burmese Shan style. The all temple is decorated with fine wood carvings and in de main building is a huge solid teak-wood Buddha image in Mandalay style. At the backside of the temple is a small kind of museum with old coins, pottery and art. The all temple is build on 68 wooden pillars! Unfortunately it seems unknown when the temple was build. Following are a few more photos of this beautiful piece of art.

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Interior of The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham, North Thailand

Traveling in North Thailand
Interior of The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham, North Thailand

Traveling in North Thailand
Interior of The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

Traveling in North Thailand

Traveling in North Thailand
Old music instruments at  The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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Old wooden cow bells Old music at  The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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Interior of The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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Murals at The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham, North Thailand

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Murals at The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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Temple guard The Wat Nantaram in Chiang Kham

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