Although it is a recent temple (there are still elements still under construction), Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkon Khiri is a temple that is worth visiting. The element that has made its popularity is its long Burma-style reclining Buddha outside, it is the first element that you see when arriving. Next to his feet, a naga staircase climbs to the Ubosot (ordination room). In the courtyard, a Burmese-style chedi and some Lanna style statues with many details and refined lines. Higher you will find other elements with many Buddhas images. This temple mixes Burmese and Lanna styles and is particularly photogenic. Who takes the time to dwell on the details, will find plenty of allusions to moments, beliefs and figures that are not always buddhist.