Wat Phra Borommahathat Doi Suthep was constructed in 1383 by King Gue-Na on a highland authoritative a remarkable view of the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand's northern capital. The temple comprises a pogada that dwells a part of the sacred remains of the Lord Buddha. Buddhists from round the globe come here to pay reverence to the holy temple. There are loads of legends neighboring the mountaintop temple of Doi Suthep. Fussed with the corporeal beauty of the place, these tales knit a magic brew for northern-bound travelers. Mounting 1676 meters above the city ofÂ Chiang Mai, Doi Suthep is one of the most respected spritual destinations in Thailand and is often crowed with keen onlookers, especially when the temperature is chilly and the days crisp and clear.