Rafting

Rafting is one of the most activities to do in Chiang Mai of this region. There are to two kinds of rafting, bamboo rafting and white water rafting. Over the past few years bamboo rafting and white water rafting in Chiang Mai have attracted large crowds into the city which has promoted touri See more details

Wat Rong Khun

Wat Rong Khun is located in Rong Khun village where is about 10 km south of Chiangrai city( the northern most province of Thailand and is about 180 km far away from Chiang Ma ) and only slightly off the super highway. It is designed by the national artist name Mr. Chalermchai Kositpipat. The main See more details

Doi Inthanon National Park

    Doi Inthanon National Park covers the areas of  Sanpatong District, Chomthong District, Mae Chaem District, Mae Wang District, and Toi Lor Sub-district of Chiang Mai Province within an approximate area of 482 square kilometers or 301,500 rai. The National Park consists of high See more details

Hilltribe

  The Hilltribes of Northern Thailand, there are approximately 1 million Hill Tribes people live in small villages scattered throughout Northern and Western Thailand. Originating in China and Burma, most have migrated to Thailand in the last 150-200 years. Most people were fleeing from See more details

Doi Suthep

Wat Prathat Doi Suthep is a buddhist temple in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. The temple is often referred to as "Doi Suthep" although this is actually the name of the mountain it is located on. The temple is located 15 km from the city of Chiang Mai and is a sacred to Thai many people See more details

Elephant

There are two main species of elephant in the world. The African Elephant -- Loxodonta, which is larger with bigger ears and a less docile nature. The ears help the animal to lose heat on the sunny open country it inhabits in Africa. The Indian elephant -- Elephas, is a native of thick forest, so See more details

Buddhist novice

   In Thai, novices are known as a "samanen" or just "nen" for short. A monk is called a "bhikkhu". The main difference between a novice and a monk is that novices only have 10 precepts while monks have 227. If you are a male and are less than twenty years See more details

Chiang mai

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is often referred to as the "Rose of the North". Everyone who has visited Chiang Mai admits that it is certainly a land of beauty that was built on the roots of a traditional heritage that dig deep into the soil of time, and with a distinct cultural personality of its own... 

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Chiang rai

chiang rai

Chiang Rai is the northern most province of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from east clockwise) Phayao, Lampang and Chiang Mai. In the north it borders Shan State of Myanmar and Bokeaw of Laos....

 

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Mae Hongsorn

maehongsorn

Mae Hong Sorn Province is one of the northern provinces of Thailand, and at the same time the westernmost. Neighboring provinces are (from north clockwise) Shan State of Myanmar, Chiang Mai and Tak. To the west it borders Kayin State and Kayah State of Myanmar again. It was formerly called Mae Rong Son......

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Lamphun

lumphun

Lamphun is a town (thesaban mueang) in northern Thailand. It covers the whole tambon Nai Mueang of Mueang Lamphun district....

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Lumpang

lumphang

Lumphang is a city of about 800,000 people, some 600 km from Bangkok and 100 km from Chiang Mai.  It is situated in the Wang River valley, bordered by the Khuntan Mountains on the west and Pi-Pan-Num Mountain range on the east...

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Sukhothai

sukhuthai

Sukhothai is considered to be the first true Thai kingdom. Eventually, it only lasted a very short period, until the rise of Ayuthaya. An independent Thai kingdom was established in 1238 and lasted until 1376, when it was annexed by Ayuthaya. Its most well known king is King Ramkhamhaeng, who is also credited as with establishing the Thai writing system. A famous inscription reads as follows : There is fish in the water and rice in the fields, indicating a prosperous land......

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