Relaxing Visit to the Royal Ruins

February 9, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Hidden for centuries beneath the muddy floodplain, the excavated red brick ruins of Wiang Kum Kam are vestiges of an ancient Mon kingdom believed to predate Chiang Mai. Archeologists have also found inscribed stone tablets, earthenware molds and 8th century Buddhist sculpture. Explore this historic temple complex by old style horse cart. Afterwards, recline on cushions for a special picnic lunch in a forgotten corner of the ruins. Our elegant food basket contains delicious sandwiches, salads, seasonal fruits and a tasteful wine selection.

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