Wat Hua Khuang
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Wat Hua Khuang information
This temple features a distinctive Lanna/Lan Xang-style chedi with four Buddha niches, an attractive wooden hŏr đrai (manuscript depository) and a noteworthy bòht with a Luang Prabang–style carved wooden veranda. Inside is a carved wooden ceiling and a huge naga altar. The temple's founding date is unknown, but stylistic cues suggest this may be one of the city's oldest wát.