Chiang Mai is full of different attractions and places for you to visit. Starting from all the way from a tea garden, to a small factory that produces paper with poop where you can participate in the paper making process of using odorless elephant dung! Chiang Mai is full of dozens of religious Buddhist temples, and it’s even lasted for more than over 700 years. It’s a very unique place compared to other tourist sceneries. Chiang Mai is a large producer for annual revenue, and it’s still growing today with thousands of people coming and going.
“Wat Mae Kaet Noi, usually called the ‘hell temple’, is located in an area of unbelievably green rice paddies, sleeping dogs and scruffy, roadside banana palms. The peaceful rural environment does nothing to prepare you for the graphic tableaux in the grounds of the temple.”
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