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Tha Phae Gate is called Chiang Mai Gate. First built in the reign of the monk Phaya Mangra 1839 Wat Ban Fang intersection.
Tha Phae Gate is a landmark of Chiang Mai. It's a bustling neighborhood. It is filled with shops, restaurants, accommodation and trendy markets popping up. There are walking streets on Sunday evenings. And on the important day is the festival....
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Khun Chang Khian or Research Center and Agricultural Training Center.  Located in the city. Chiangmai Province Located in the same route as Doi Suthep. King Bhumibol Palace and Hmong Doi Pui up to a research station on seeds, coffee, fruit trees winter fruit trees such as persimmons, plum plum, avocado, macadamia and semi-tropical fruit such as lychee.... read more
The city pillar was built when the founder of Chiang Mai, King Meng Rai, ruled the city in 1296. Located in front of Wat Chedi Luang and enshrined in a small Thai chapel, the pillar is made of log and kept underground. The Khao Inthakil or city pillar celebration is held annually in May.... read more
 is a Royal Residence located Doi Buak Ha, Muang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand,It is built in the mountains overlooking Chiang Mai... read more
The temple is the site of an enormous pagoda, originally 280 feet high, and which was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1545.  At one time, Wat Chedi Luang housed the revered Emerald Buddha image now enshrined in Bangkok's Wat Phra Kaeo.  One of Wat Chedi Luang's most striking architectural features is a magnificent Naga staircase adorns the chapel's front porch.  The viharn h... read more
The Thriving Sunday Market. It is a commercial district market stalls Rim Pae Gate. The market size of about 200-300 Panel on the sidewalk walkway Rim Pae Gate The Thriving Sunday Market There are two other places is Wua Lai Road opening Saturday only Close to Wat Phra Singh (A. Muang)
Market For Sunday Walking Street Thapae Road most customer...
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