วัดเจ็ดยอด, also known as Zeyu Temple, was built in 1455. Bodhi trees from India are planted in the temple. In 1477, more than 100 Buddhist monks held the World Buddhist Conference here. What is particularly beautiful about this place is the Khmer-style central structure with intricate carvings. The pagoda has seven spires, and the spires look very different, even if they are in the slightly disrepaired state. In addition to the complex historical significance of these temple complexes, another major highlight lies in its tranquil and serene environment.
วัดเจ็ดยอด is modeled after the Mahabodhi Temple in Gaya, India. The seven spires represent the seven weeks that the Buddha spent in Bodhiya after his enlightenment.
The entire temple is surrounded by neatly manicured and beautiful grass, and the environment is quiet and full of the transcendent atmosphere of the Buddhist holy land. This is a leisurely and beautiful temple, which is worth visiting.
Here, there are many little monks copying the remaining Buddha statues on the side walls of the ancient pagoda. Even if only incomplete traces are left, you can see the artistic beauty of these Buddha statues. It may not be as majestic as Wat Chedi Luang, or as beautiful as Wat Suan Dok, but it also has a different charm.
วัดเจ็ดยอด is one of the best temples in Chiang Mai, unfortunately there are not many tourists visiting it. This temple is located near the Maya Shopping Center away from the city center. The courtyard is very atmospheric, because it has a history of 500 years. Several pagodas there are shaped in all sorts of ways
วัดเจ็ดยอด has an amazing history, but reading the story of วัดเจ็ดยอด is the most influential part of this place. The pagoda is not well preserved, but fewer tourists make this a calmer place. If you are looking for a quiet holiday, you cannot miss it.