Baan Saen Fang
Baan Saen Fang, Chiang Mai is a rare hidden architectural gem consisting of 4 distinct northern style wooden lodges in the midst of local structures and flanked by Wat Saen Fang.
A 14th century temple was awaken from slumber after almost 70 years. The temple whose chedi and the ubosot on the west side of the compound is late 19th century Burmese, built during the Burmese occupation of Chiang Mai. The viharn is in the Lanna style and had served as the Royal Hall of Chao Kawilorot; the Sixth Chao Luang or monarchy of northern Thailand.
Skillfully crafted and designed with attention to minute details by Prof. Ajarn Jullatat Kittibutr; a highly revered and an award-winning Thailand National Artist who emphasizes the significance of harmonizing local culture and way of life with architecture. Majestically situated on Thapae Soi 2 in Chang Moi district of Chiang Mai. The property is crowned with rich earthenware roofing, each villa slopes at the perfect angle assisted by the traditional Thai style house open under structure to optimize the natural flow of breeze.