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Wat Ket awakens to a busy rhythm as people leave their home for work, Buddhist monks in saffron robes collect daily alms, and a farmer rides his ox-driven cart in the direction of the field. Chirawat shares a historical view of this Chiang Mai neighborhood as he paints with watercolors. Wat Ket stretches from the east side of the Ping River, between the Nakorn Ping and Nawarat Bridges. To this day it still preserves many of the old wooden buildings as well as places of worship, and the homes built by foreigners are still standing. A few years ago UNESCO even considered making this area a world heritage site.