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Situated around the foothills of northern part of Thailand, Chiang Mai has become a retreat. The speed is laid-back, the accessories are to an overseas standard plus the scenery is picturesque. It is just a great urban example accompanied by a distinguished traditional lifestyle perfect for tourists, wilderness enthusiasts as well as city enthusiasts.

The Lanna kings who governed the northern section of Thailand built around Chiang Mai a moated quarter which they filled with a large number of temples or wats. These types of houses of worship are decorated with mirrored mosaics, chiming bells and gabled roofs rising up towards the sky just as if they were communicating with the heavens.


Roaming about a lot of these holy places you will discover art work, structures along with understanding, any amount of these will offer you "monk chats" and meditation sessions to visitors who happen to be prepared to do more than merely look.

Outside of the legendary heart is a vibrant and contemporary place with plenty of sensible elegance. Bangkok refugees, musicians and artists, overseas NGO-workers along with trendy university students merge together, chiselling out imaginative spots between Thailand's ubiquitous concrete shop houses. Head right down to Th Nimmanhaemin and you will probably see the cities future, this area has become one of the trendy spot to be seen with many new restaurants and bars opening up its fats becoming one of the nightlife areas in Chiang Mai.

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Spanning approximately two and a half square kilometres or one square mile, the collection of winding streets that comprise Chiang Mai's Old City is surrounded by the ruins of the original cities defences and a wide water filled moat.

The province of Mae rim is located outside of Chiang Mai city approximately thirty five kilometres to the northwest.

A short and picturesque ninety minute drive from the city of Chiang Mai, Chiang Dao has evolved into an outstanding substitute location for individuals who are in the north but don't have time or desire to move to the more remote destinations throughout the region.

The hotels along the riverside of Chiang Mai can be found along the banks of the renowned Ping River which actually slices through the middle of the city.

An excursion up Doi Suthep, the mountain peak that climbs steeply up the city’s western borders, is an extremely fulfilling journey, mainly because of wonderful Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which commands the whole slope and provides a magnificent point of view across the shenanigans that occur in the city below.

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