Wat Phra That Cho Hae,

Wat Phra That Cho Hae

Wat Phra That Cho Hae is a major religious and perhaps the most sacred Buddhism site of Phrae. The highlight is the 33-meter-tall Chiang Saen-style phra that (pagoda), wrapped with bright brass sheets, which enshrines holy relics of Lord Buddha. The name of the temple refers to traditional fine silk woven found in Sip Song Panna, which was first used to wrap the pagoda when the temple was first constructed.

Phrathat Pu Chae,

Phrathat Pu Chae

Wat Phra That Pu Chae is situated at Ban Bun Roeng, Mu 4, Ban Viang Sub-District, Rong Kwang District, Prae Province. Department of Fine Art has registered this place as national ancient remain. Phra That Pu Chae is located in a square pagoda. Each side of the pagoda is 4 meters long and 4 meters tall. It contains the right ankle bone of Buddha.

Wat Pong Sunan,

Wat Pong Sunan

Wat Pong Sunan Located on Kham Village, in the city of Phrae, Phrae, Phrae. Symbol of the temple Close to the arch of the 19th.There is a ceremony of worshiping the relics. Phra That Pong Sunan Mongkol is celebrated annually in February. Another thing that is not like other temples is that God is in the moment. Standing finger pointed If you want to bless the forehead, the forefinger of God. It will be desirable.

Pae Muang Pee,

Pae Muang Pee

Pae Muang Pee Forest Park is a kind of national park. Well, not exactly as a national park, but it’s quite similar anyway. The place is mostly surrounded with rock cliffs and lands of orange-brown color, just like Grand Canyon. There aren’t many trees, but the atmosphere is still good.