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Wat Rong Khun Light Fest - White Temple illumination - Thailand

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wat rong khun light fest - white temple illumination

Wat Rong Khun Light Fest - White Temple illumination

For the "Wat Rong Khun Light Festival" at the famous White Temple in Chiang Rai, the place will be exceptionally open to visitors at night. Its creator promises a world-class multimedia show with the use of more than 100 lasers, combined with the latest innovation in 3D mapping, displaying 3D images visible to the naked eye. A 360 degree view and virtual reality techniques.

The Wat Rong Khun Light Fest< em> will have five highlights in the temple:

  • Ubosot (the main hall of the temple) - let yourself be amazed by the horrors of hell and discover the beauty of the promenade on the bridge that leads to heaven.
  • Wishing Well - Make a wish and bring light into your hearts
  • The bell tower - the Bodhi Tree of Lights that tells the story of Lord Buddha
  • Crematorium - cope with the diseases of birth, aging, sickness and death
  • Tour de Ganesh - the last must-see show not to be missed and an extraordinary cartographic experience, with amazing paintings drawn on water curtains, alongside an astonishing sound and light experience.
There will be 2 performances each evening at 18:30 and 20:30. Each will last 60 minutes. The project represents an investment of more than 100 million Baht so the show is not free. Tickets will cost between 400 and 1,150 baht and are limited to 1,000 seats per performance. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the official event website: www.watrongkhunlightfest.com. com.

More information : www.watrongkhunlightfest.com

Prochaines dates : 22/11/2019 - 22/12/2019

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