Phrathat Chomkitti One of the most important relics of Mae Sariang District is safely reserved within Phrathat Chomkitti. The construction was strongly influenced by Lanna architecture, significantly seen through the delicate patterns. Phrathat Chomkitti is located in Ban Nam dip in the District of Mae Sariang in Mae Hong Son Province. It was built in 1713 on a mountaintop to the west of Mae Sariang. Looking down from Phrathat Chomkitti, is a panoramic breath-taking view of the entire district. Every year, a celebration is held at this sacred monument in the month of June. Visitors are more than welcome to partake. Phrathat Chomkitti, as mentioned is a Lanna-styled stupa; painted white on the outside with a golden peak. Phrathat Chomkitti is one of 4 members of its kind. According to folklore, there were 4 hermits; the oldest who mastered in medicine was the builder of this monument. The other 3 include, Phrathat Chommon, Phrathat Chom Chaeng and Phrathat Chom Thong. According to the tale, the 4 hermits were siblings who studies superpowers in a cave called Ngao. Once they mastered in each of their themes the 4 hermits decided to build a monument of their own. The eldest mastered in medicine, built Phrathat Chomkitti. The second hermit mastered in alchemy, resided at a hill called Chom Thong so his monument was called Phrathat Chom Thong. The other brother mastered in black magic, having power to call for wind and rain and also was able to fly. He resided at a hill called Chang and so the monument was called Phratat Chom Chaeng. The youngest of the four brothers resided at Chommon hill and so the name of his residence was also adapted.