Wat Si Chum is an amazing temple with an all golden teak viharn interior. The golden teak used in the viharn came from Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam, took 9 years and 90 million baht to finish. The artist was from Ban Tawai, the wood carving village 12 km west of Chiang Mai.
Wat Si Chum. Dok Kham Tai.
Wat Si Chum with the stunning golden teak viharn.
The golden teak of Wat Si Chum. Dok Kham Tai.
The golden teak Buddhas of Wat Si Chum. Dok Kham Tai.
Wat Si Chum is located 1.5 kms north of the main Dok Kham Tai intersection with the canal.
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