DailyOperating time: 06.00 - 18.00
Amphoe Mueang, Nan
Tel. 0 5475 1846.
Category : 佛教寺院
Attraction Details :
Wat Phrathat Chae Haeng is a sacred place to worship, situated on the eastern side of theNanRiverwhich was the former center of theNantown after moving from Pua town. Wat Phra Borommathat Chae Haeng was constructed during the rule of Chao Phraya Kanmueang (1326 – 1359 A.D.).
The bell shape of Phrathat Chae Haeng is assumed to have been influenced by the Pratat Hariphunchai in Lumphun. It is plated with Thong Changko or Thong Dok Buap – a combination of brass and copper. The staircase to Phrathat is in a Naga shape, while the gable above the entrance gate to the wihan (Buddhist chapel) is the stucco relief depicting intertwined Nagas, the unique characteristic ofNanfine art.
Phra Borommathat Chae Haeng represents the Year of the Rabbit in Lunar Year. Lanna people believe that travelling to pay respect to the Phrathat of their Year of Birth or “ChuThat” would reap them the great prosperity.
Opening hours: 6 am-6 pm
Contact: 0 5475 1846
To get there: Wat Phrathat Chae Haeng is located in Muang Tuet sub-district, King Amphoe Phu Phiang. From the centre of Mueang district, cross the Nan River Bridge and go along the Nan – Mae Charim route or on Highway No. 1168 for 3 kilometers.