|Monday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
If your only in the area for a few days then you might want to skip visiting this place but if you have the time and have done everything else, then you'll find that this is a nice place to visit, relax and enjoy some quite time. I walked from the old city ( hour and twenty minutes) picking up lunch of sticky rice and fruit along the way. Shaded picnic table area was greatly appreciated.
Is an old temple located in OLD CHIANG MAI (Wiang Khum Kham) . Short story. Chiang Mai originally was build at Wiang Khum Kham. Due to flooding often, it was relocated to present Chiang Mai. Full story available at the Nets. Also lot of historical ruin remain near by can be found around Wiang Khum Kham.
Just a bunch of deserted temples.. Not organized at all
Very serene and calm archeological site.
Calm and nice place. Happy to be here
Nice ambience and not too crowded like others.
Historical site nearby Chiangmai city "WIANG KHUM KAM"
Interesting enough. It’s an easy bicycle ride from Chiang Mai Old Town.
Really lovely, calm and pleasantly low key place. Spent an enjoyable afternoon riding in the back of a horse drawn carriage checking out the area with ruins spread throughout the village. The driver was on a bit of a timetable but fair enough, he has to earn a living. He had photos to show the water levels around the ruins in the last floods which also demonstrates why they had to move location all those years ago.
As record in wikipedia - Wian KumKam is an historic settlement and archaeological site along the Ping River which was built by King Mangrai the Great as his capital before he moved it to Chiang Mai. It was flooded and abandoned more than 700 years ago; that move became more understandable in 2005, when the ancient city was flooded three separate times as the river overflowed its banks in that area. Worth visiting within 2 hours, there is a tram tour for this place.
Looks different from the photos. Think the old Chedi has been collapsed already, leaving behind only the outline and base. Photo attached. Quiet temple though away from tourist hordes. I went on a Thursday.