Chiang Mai Things to see and do Travel Articles

 
Chiang Mai’s Live Music Scene – Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai’s Live Music Scene – Chiang Mai, Thailand home_oct28_music.jpgRandy Gaudet reveals
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Enjoy a Traditional North Thailand Khantoke Dinner – Chiangmai, Thailand
Enjoy a Traditional North Thailand Khantoke Dinner – Chiangmai, Thailand home_march17_dinner.jpgHungry and loo
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The Chiangmai Thailand Flower Festival – Chiangmai, Thailand
The Chiangmai Thailand Flower Festival – Chiangmai, Thailand home_march17_flower.jpgRandy Gaudet v
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Riding on the Mea Kok River, Thailand – Chiangmai and Chiangrai Thailand
Riding on the Mea Kok River, Thailand – Chiangmai and Chiangrai Thailand home_march17_river.jpgRandy Gaudet sha
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Getting Acquainted – Chiang Mai, Thailand
Things to see in and around the city.
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Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – Events and Festivals
Event Calendar – Thailand Trooping Of The Colours December 3, 2000 The Royal Plaza, Bangkok The King and Queen preside over this impressive annual event near the statue of King Chulalongkorn. Members of the elite Royal Guards swear allegiance and march past the Royal Family. The 14th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta December 5-11, 2000 Nai […]
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Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – Accommodation
Location If you want an unobstructed view of the majestic Suthep Mountain, stay on Suthep Rd, Huay Kaew Rd, Canal Rd, Nimmanhemin Rd or around parts of the Super Highway. If you want both the town and the mountain stay on Chang Puak Rd, Boonruangrit Rd, Aommuang Rd or Arak Rd. If you choose the […]
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Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – Visas
Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – Visas Because it’s incredibly easy and cheap to enter Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia from the North, this bit of information is vital. You will need it in Thailand. You already have a tourist visa…it’s valid for two months from the date of issue. This visa can be extended by one month in Thailand. In Chiang Mai, […]
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Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – Transport
Regular bus service from Chiang Mai Arcade bus terminal to Bangkok (696 km), Chiang Rai (182 km), Mae Sai, Mae Hong Son (342 km), Golden Triangle (9 km North of Chiang Saen), Pha Yao (222 km), Chiang Khong, Lamphun (21 km), Lampang (92 km) and to other towns in the North, Northwest as well as […]
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Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – November 2000
Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand – November 2000 Modern Thailand’s Second City History accurately records the founding of Chiang Mai (CM) as having taken place on April 14, 1296 at 4 am! Because CM is at a higher elevation than most other popular cities and towns, it has a cooler and drier climate. There are three main seasons: Cool season (Late October-middle February), […]
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