Wat Chamthewi : Lamphun, Thailand

Wat Chamthewi Buddhist temple built in the 13th century has an ornate pavilion & a tiered, pagoda-like chedi. Wat Chamthewi, commonly referred to a “Ku Kut”, is located on the Lamphun-San Pa Tong Road and built in 1298 B.E. in the Lawo (Lopburi) style.

Wat Chamthewi, commonly referred to a “Ku Kut”, is located on the LamphunSan Pa Tong Road and built in 1298 B.E. in the Lawo (Lopburi) style.

The Chedi is a square structure similar to Buddhagaya in India. Around the Chedi are levels of arches holding a total of 60 Buddha statues. Ashes of the queen are enshrined within the Chedi.

Wat Chamthewi
Address: Chamadevi Rd, Nai Mueang, Mueang Lamphun District, Lamphun 51000 Thailand




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