Wat Muen Toom

This was one of the six temples I visited on my day off. 

I have passed this temple so many times. I would see the white tower in what looked like a parking lot. It looked so lonely. I tried to take a picture from the sidewalk but the lighting was never just right. This day I finally decided to go and get a better look. And I am glad I did.

No one was here besides me, the monks, and two Thai women. From the main road you really don’t see all the hidden treasures and details-Stitch painted on the wall, a little sparkle figurine, a sign that says “Eat to live but not live to eat.” So essentially if you ever visit Chiang Mai don’t skip the small temples. Find the hidden charms of this great city.

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