Wat Phra Singh, located on the west side of Samlan Road, within the old city walls. The main entrance, guarded by two enormous dragon-like "lions," is directly opposite the end of Rajdamnern Road and the old name called 'Wat Lichiang.'
Wat Phra Singh has the most complete version of Lanna Chappel and is home to Phra Buddha Sihing, considered Chiang Mai's important and sacred Buddha mage.
The Wiharn Lai Kham in Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai, is in the typical northern architectural style, with the roof extending like a bird's wings. The pediment is black lacquered and gilded.The stair-case in front is decorated with a naga balustrade