Chiang Mai – Three Kings and Wat Chedi Luang

4/14 – Day 2 of Songkran. The partying crowds are making it difficult to walk through the main part of town, so our strategy today is to head down the back streets to see what else Chiang Mai has to offer. The first sight we come upon is the famous monument to the Three Kings who worked together to found Chiang Mai. Aren’t they handsome? imageIn my mind, the Kings should look like Yul Brenner in The King and I…image

There are lots of temples here. image

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The most historic temple is Wat Chedi Luang.image

The City Temple did not permit women to enter. Here’s a mixed message:image

I’ll just stay out here with my elephant friend. image

Jim shared the murals that were inside.

Lots of decorations for the festival.

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A wonderful day!

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