Wat Ou-Tai Temple

It is situated in Ban Ou-Tai village, constructed over 500 years ago by Phraya Chakawattiraja. Within the monastery, there is Haw Thane Keo (the place where Buddha images are kept) which was constructed of mud and decorated with the motifs on the stones, with beautiful drawings and decorations of daggers, swords, flowers and flags entirely crafted from wood. Besides the monastery, there is a shrine constructed with bricks. Tai Lue ethnic groups call this shrine Ou Bo Sot which translates into “a place where monks gather to undertake religion proceedings”.

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