The Main Ubosot of Wat PhraThat Hariphunchai.
The photos taken inside the main Ubosot and the Phra Buddha Triple Gems.
The Mural painting on the wall.
The Main Golden Chedi is located just behind the main Ubosot. The photos taken with the Golden Chedi.
The walking compound and the Vihara buildings of Wat PhraThat Hariphunchai.
The inside of Vihara veneration of Phra Buddha statues.
The Moon shaped Bell Tower. Originally it was built of 2 brick pillars which hung a large bronze moon shaped bell weighing 729,000 Tumlueng (1 Tumleung is equal to 60 grams). This Bell was cast in BE2403 at Wat Phra Singh, ChiangMai, as an offering to worship the Buddha Relic in PhraThat Hariphunchai Chedi. Later, the pillars were replaced bt 2 storey hall of Hariphunchai architectural design. The Moon Bell hung on first floor and second floor hung another bronze bell cast in the reign of Chao Daradirekratanapairoj, who ruled city of Lamphun during BE2414-2433.
The Suwanna Chedi or known as Pathumwadi Chedi. A legend was told that King Athitayarat and his Royal consort Queen Pathumwadi had built Wat Phrathat Hariphunchai around BE1607. More details was found in the Mullasasana script that they both demanded the top of the principle Chedi be decorated with Gold and named it Suwanna Chedi of Golden Pagoda. This Golden Chedi was made of bricks with a tripple tier of laterite base. On the base stands the body with 5 stepped arched bays holding stucco work of Hariphunchai style Phra Buddha images in the standing position dated around 17th-18th Centuries BE, of the peak of Hariphunchai's Golden age of trade, religion and arts.
The shrine of giant Phra Buddha Footprint.
The Ho Tham, the Buddhist scripture tower was engraved on the Wat PhraThat Hariphunchai. The stone inscription no:15 recording that it was built by Phra Mueng Kaeo and his mother in year BE2053. It was meant to store the Tripitaka script and a Golden Buddha image cast on the same occasion.
The Khao Phra Sumen, no historical evidence of the construction but ols photos show that Khao Phra Sumen is situated in front of Wat PhraThat Hariphunchai from the old time. Khao Phra Sumen was built according to the belief of the universe and center of the earth, which originated from India during the Vedic period.
The old photos of Wat PhraThat Hariphunchai and the Sala was restored in 1915 after it was damaged by fire.