很厉害，一上午在丛林小镇里骑摩托车绕来绕去，见人就到处打听，总算找到这块只有篮球场大小的wiang kum kam 古城遗址。
The fairly recent discovery of the 'underground city' of Wiang Kum Kam (King Mengrai's ancient capital pre-dating the city of Chiang Mai) turns out to be a real gem- especially for history lovers. The site is comprised of ruins and temple structures and is spread throughout what is now largely residential neighborhoods. You can tour by bicycle following a map... 更多
The hidden city of the Lanna kingdomThis place is worth a visit,(if you have time on your hands) for 300 baht you can have your own pony and trap plus driver, to take you round to look at rhe ruins but most of them don't speak English however, so them trying to explain what you are seeing is a waste... 更多
This is an old ancient city that's only recently been discovered. ..it contains a wide area with beautiful temple's and artifacts. ... not famous with the big tours so be quick before tourism takes it over. .. you can drive to the different locations by horse carriage or by open bus....
Ancient. Good feel. The monks are friendly and can converse in English. temple complex large. Go on horseback or cycle. See at least the 3 excavated sites
Wiang Kum Kam, (English Underground Ancient City), was only discovered in 1984. Quote ‘According to history King Mangrai relocated the capital of the Lanna Kingdom from Chiang Rai to the old city of Wiang Kum Kam on the banks of the Ping River in 1288. Whilst the new riverside location offered many advantages, the area was low-lying and prone to... 更多