Wat Umong or its complete name Wat Umong Suan Puthatham is a 700 year old temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand located against the mountains of Doi Suthep. Wat Umong is unique in that the resident monks live in a very natural setting, and even feed the deer that live in the area. There are tunnels with Buddhist images which can be explored. The tunnels were supposedly painted with bush scenes so they could keep a famous, but mentally deranged monk, within the grounds of the monastery as he had a habit of wandering off into the bush for days on end. Adjacent to the temple compound is a Buddhist image "cemetery" where unused, damaged Buddhist images can be thrown away, believe to be the best method of disposing of them.