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  • Wiang Kum Kam

     November 26, 2016

    Wiang Kum Kam Wiang Kum Kam is an historic settlement and archaeological site along the Ping River, which was built by King Mangrai as his capital before he moved it to Chiang Mai. Wiang Kum Kam is a recently discovered ancient lost city in Chiang Mai. It was flooded and abandoned more than 200 years ago. This ancient city was built in the reign of King Mengrai in 1296. From the discoveries, there are 20 ancient…

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  • Flower Festival

     June 21, 2012

    Flower Festival This 3-day event, held on the first Friday and weekend of February,coincides with the blossoming of Chiang Mai’ s temperate and tropical/lowers. Festivities include a parade of floral floats, ornamental garden/lower contests, beauty pageants, music and dancing. The parade begins at Chiang Mai Railway Station, passes over Nawarat Bridge and ends at Nong Buak Hat Park.

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  • Bo Sang Umbrella Festival

     

    Bo Sang Umbrella Festival Held at the Bo Sang Handicraft Centre, the festival features paper products, particularly painted paper parasols. cultural shows, beauty contests and a parade showing traditional ways of life.

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  • Trekking

     

    Trekking in the hills of the North is one ofC hiang Mai’s most popular tourism activities. It offers the best way to experience both the natural environment and to see the culture of the region ‘s various hilltribes. Of particular interest are the six major hilltribes which inhabit the highlands, the largest group being the Karen, followed by the Hmong, Lahu, Yao, Akha and Lisu. Each tribe has its own distinctive spiri tual beliefs, ceremonial attire,…

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  • Homestay and Ban Mae Kampong

     

    The village of Ban Mae Kampong, some 50 km, east of Chiang Mai in Mae On district, is situated in a mountainous area with lush jungle surroundings. Here vis itors can experience rea l Th ai village life, as well as enjoy several activities. carby attractions include waterfa lls, a cotton weaving village and the Il ua i Iiong Khrai Roya l Agricultural Stat ion. Reservation s sho uld be made through Erawan P.U.C. Tel. 0…

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