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Chiang Mai National Museum

Chiang Mai National Museum

The display of the Chiang Mai National Museum is divided into two floors. The first floor mainly displays historical relics and artworks of the Lanna period, as well as various cold weapons that were used in the fourteenth and fifteenth century wars. What is especially remarkable is a huge bronze Buddha. The second floor mainly displays Thai folk handicrafts. You can appreciate various cultural relics in the Chiang Mai National Museum. The cultural relics in the museum can be traced…

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Elephant Nature Park

Elephant Nature Park

Elephant Nature Park is a semi-wild sanctuary for some elephants that are abused or retired. There are dozens of elephants in the park, and visitors can get close contact with them, feed and bathe them. You can also participate in a 4-week volunteer program to look after these animals that have been harmed by humans. Elephant Nature Park occupies approximately 200 acres of land, and was established at the foot of a hill on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, which…

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Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is located on a mountainside in the Mae Sa Valley waterfall area, covering 227 hectares. The garden is full of a variety of local and imported flowers, including plants that grow under different climatic conditions. The scenery is beautiful and the environment is comfortable, but not many tourists come here, which makes it very suitable for strolling and relaxing. The botanical garden is far from the city of Chiang Mai. You can go there after visiting…

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Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center

Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center

The Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center was built in 1924. The original appearance of the building was restored when it was restored in 1997, and it was awarded by the city government, and in 1999, he won the royal Siam institute of architect’s award. You can learn about the history and culture of Chiang Mai at the Cultural Center. There is a religious-cultural exhibition in northern Thailand on the first floor, and the post-colonial style of the building…

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Maesa Elephant Camp

Maesa Elephant Camp

There are several elephant training camps in Chiang Mai, of which Maesa Elephant Camp is not only the largest, but also relatively complete, and it is well-known to attract numerous tourists. Nearly a hundred elephants have been raised in the camp, and the elephants participating in the show have been sent here for training since childhood. At Maesa Elephant Camp, you can not only watch elephants perform acrobatics and painting, but also sit on the elephant’s back and walk along…

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Chiang Mai Kalare Night Bazaar

Chiang Mai Kalare Night Bazaar

Whenever night falls, the Kalare Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai, where various handicrafts gather, becomes the bustling night market that attracts tourists the most. Changkang Road, where Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is located, is brilliantly lit. There are crowds of people on the street that is about two kilometers long, and there are more than 200 shops welcoming guests. The owners are busy and smiling, bargaining in English with tourists from all over the world. The Kalare Night Bazaar in…

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Wat Phra ThatHaripunchaid

Wat Phra ThatHaripunchaid

As a first-class royal temple, Wat Phra That Haripunchaid is grand, stately, and exquisite, and is not worse than any temple in Chiang Mai. Covering an area of 28 rai, it has two red four-legged Singhas with wide mouths standing at the main entrance. When you enter the main entrance, you will see the main hall, which is a typical Lanna-style building. This temple was formerly the palace of King Atitayala, and was later redesigned as a temple by the…

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Wat Thaton

Wat Thaton

Chiang Mai, a small town in northern Thailand, features the beautiful environment and cool climate throughout the year. It is famous for its roses and is known as the “Northern Rose City”. Chiang Mai has a long history and many cultural monuments. It is a world-famous cultural city. In addition to the well-known temples such as the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep and Wat Phra Singh, there are also some niche temples worth visiting, such as Wat Thaton. Wat Thaton…

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Chiang Mai Japanese Cuisine Restaurants Recommendations

Chiang Mai Japanese Cuisine Restaurants Recommendations

Neo Shokudo For this Japanese-style shop, the owner is Japanese, the kitchen is in the store, you can see the entire production process, as well as the owner’s intentions. The ingredients used are all organic ingredients, and all kinds of tofu are the main signs in the store. Compared to many Japanese shops that are crowded on the side of the road and filled with people every afternoon, this is quiet restaurant that are suitable for tasting the delicious food…

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THANN Flagship Store in Chiang Mai

THANN Flagship Store in Chiang Mai

THANN, with its unique fragrance and clean and neat packaging, has always been one of the most popular Thai brands in Chiang Mai. Located in Phrapokklao, in the heart of Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai’s THANN flagship store is located opposite Chiang Mai’s iconic building Wat Chedi Luang Varavihara. It covers an area of 285 square meters and has a spectacular exterior and cutting-edge design concept. The store is open from 10:00 AM to 22:00 PM everyday. As an international natural…

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