Wat Noy, the smallest ancient temple in Thailand
While most temples are massive, the smallest in Thailand is in Nan. The temple can be found near the Nan National Musuem.
History says that the 63rd Ruler of Nan had this temple built after a visit to King Rama 5. During the visit, the Ruler had miscalculated the number of temples in Nan, and so to match the number of temples he had told the king, he had Wat Noy built. The exact time of building and completion remains unknown. Historians believe it was built sometime after BE 2416.