Klang Temple Mae Hong Sorn is a province that has the most Thai Yai temples in the North of Thailand. In Pai there are also a plenty of Thai Yai temples in the area such as Klang temple which is one of the oldest temples in Pai. Visitors will find Klang temple near the bus station in Pai. Klang temple has a distinct art of its own. Its Thai Yai style pagoda in the middle of the temple is marvelous. The pavilion part of the pagoda has a golden crowning at the top, and is surrounded with Mon style pagodas. At the base of the pagoda are arches with Buddha statues inside. Klang temple is located in Pai city before Pong Pa hot spring. At the entrance visitors will traverse through beautiful rice fields and vegetable gardens, which give this place a rustic yet relaxing feeling. An advice for visitors is that Klang temple might not possessthe most beautiful architecture compared to other temples in the city, but visiting Klang temple gives visitor another Mon influenced temple in Mae Hong Sorn. Furthermore, Klang temple is located in the middle of Pai, and surrounded by walking streets of Pai in every direction in which visitors can notice this temple for sure. The most prompted time for taking pictures of the temple is in the evening, because the sunlight will shine upon the temple at the most beautiful angle which makes the picture as beautiful as the sunset itself. Visitors who have passion for photography should not miss this place at all. History of Klnag temple is that this place was an abandoned temple. In 1861, Pai people reconstructed this temple anew. The last reconstruction is in 1926 and 1942. For more information please contact 0 5369 9235.