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CHIANG MAI

Glory Su Thep Mountain, Honour Tradition, Pleasing Flowers, Prestigious Fame of Ping town

Chiang Mai is a city full of tourist attractions being the center of Lanna Thai Kingdom for more than 700 years ago. The kindness of local people will impress all visitors. Chiang Mai has several interesting prestige ranging from Natures, Arts, Historical Sites, Antiques and Traditional Lanna Thai Culture, which is hardly narrative on pages unless visitors should experience by yourselves.

Chiang Mai is not only famous for its natural tourist attractions but also has many souvenir shops to accompany you.

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Chiang Mai Gate  
Chiang Mai downtown: The important interesting of Chiang Mai are temples, City Gate, Khampaeng Din (Soil Wall), Chiang Mai National Museum, Chang Moi Street, Ta Pae Market, Worarose Market, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Tribal Research Institute, Chiang Mai Cultural center and other entertaining venues.

Doi Suthep: Many tourist attractions are located at the foot of Doi Suthep. The important ones are Wat Pra That Doi Suthep, Phu Ping Palace, Doi Pui Meo Tribal Village, Doi Shang Kien Meo Tribal Village, Huay Kaeo Waterfall, Wang Bua Baan, Pha Ngub, Huay Kaeo Botanical Garden, Chiang Mai Zoo, Krooba Srivichai Monument.
  Suthep Hill

Elephant Camp, Mae Sa  
Mae Sa Waterfall: It is a natural and cultural attractions, that are developed by the private sector such as Orchid Museum, Working Elephants, Mae Sa Valley and Mae Yim Waterfall. Tourist attractions in Mae Sa are Mae Sa Waterfall, Tad Mhok Waterfall, Mae Sa Elephants Training Center, Pong Yang and New Mae Sa Meo Tribal Village and Resort.

Chiang Dao Caves: There are several natural, cultural, historical and architectural sites namely Chiang Dao Caves, Chiang Dao Baby Elephant Training Center, Ra-ming Tea Plantation, Wat Pra That Meoung Ngay, Huay Luk Meo Tribal Village, Pong Deou Pa Pae, Mae Ngud Somboon Chon Dam, Replica of King Narasuan Monument and camp.
  Chiang Dao Cave

Mae Aye  
Ta Ton: It was the last point from Chiang Mai to Mae Aye; today, there is a route leading to Doi Mae Salong with beautiful scenery along the road sides. Most tourists visiting Ta Ton usually are here to take long-tailed boat or raft along the Kok River through Chiang Rai. Other attractions are Doi Ang Khang, Fang Hot Spring and Fang Oil Spring.

San Kam Paeng: Most travelers visit Bo Sang, San Ka Paeng for seeing mulberry paper hand-made umbrella souvenirs, Meoung on Cave and Hot Spring.
 

Doi In Thanon: It is a natural attraction that has unique appearance. The important ones are Mae Ya Waterfall, Mae Klang Waterfall, Wachirathan Waterfall, Siriphum Waterfall, Doi In Thanon Peak, Mae Pan-Sai Lueong Waterfall, Dhepanom Hot Spring, Hill Tribal Villages and viewing dramatic greenery mountainous scene.

       Doi Intanon   Intanon Hill

Doi Tao: It is a natural attraction for local and nearby visitors as well as foreigners relaxation. The important ones are Doi Tao Water Reserve and Pra That Doi Chom Keng.



By Air: The best decision from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is airplane taking airtime approximately an hour. For more information please contact Thai Airways Intl'

By Bus: Both air-conditioned buses and non air-conditioned buses leave from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit) daily, at Chatuchak Station (BTS).


By Rail: Trains depart from Hua Lampong (Bangkok's Railway Station) For Chiang Mai daily. It has several classes for you to ticket, call 1690 for more information.

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The Temple of Praborommathat Doi Suthep Ratchworaviharn: Prathat Doi Suthep is a center of Chiang Mai' heart as well as Thai people around country. It is built in 1384 for collecting some Buddhas Relics, being reign of Phaya Kur-na. The relics of Buddha is higher than sea level about 3,051 feet. "TIEW" up to Doi(Mount) Suthep festival is extravagantly take place for paying homage and making merits on "Visakha Puja Day" yearly

  Doi Suthep

 
Chiang Mai Cultural Center: It is elaborately built on Lanna Thai architectural style once used to be the governor City hall of Northwest County and Chiang Mai City hall as well. Today, it is the center for collecting the Traditional Cultures of Lanna Thai. In the "Cultural Center" is separated into front and back buildings which the front part is playing the permanent exhibition; on the other hand, the back one is Cultural activities displaying, circulating exhibition, artistic Lanna showing room, information data and storekeeper rooms.

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