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Drink in Chiang Mai

Tap water is usually not drinkable in Thailand outside of Bangkok. In many places in Bangkok however, particularly in new buildings, drinking tap water is perfectly safe. However, if you

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Northern Thai Language

Northern Thai language or “Kam Muang” is the main ethnic spoken of Chiang Mai. Actually, each of northern Thai languages is different to each other by vocabulary, accent, tone, and speed. It is difficult to find out but be interesting, isn’t it? We call our language as a “Kam Muang” and people as a “Kon Muang” (north people).

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Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai

Every year, 13th April is Thai New Year’s national holiday, also know as Songkran day. Most of Thai people will celebrate by pour water at the hands of their elders, make a merit and play water with other person.

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Royal Park Rajapruek

Built in commemoration of King Rama IX’s 60th anniversary of his succession to the throne and 80th birthday, the Royal Rajapruek Park in Chiang Mai is also the center of Agricultural Research.

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Tham Lot Caves Mae Hong Son

The Nam Lang River, muddy and roaring year round, flows through the stalactite and stalagmite filled caverns. They’re relatively close to the small town of Pai, and are accessible via road on a motorbike or bus.

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Kayak in Chiang Mai and see the Hidden Side to the Thai Jungle

As anyone who visits Chiang Mai knows, the mountains surrounding the city are not to be missed. Whether it’s a trek in the jungle with some elephants or high in the sky in a hot air balloon, the mountains are just waiting to be explored and what better way to do that than by the river on a kayak!

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Baan Kang Wat

Once you walk through the gate to Baan Kang Wat, you’re transported into a succulent-furnished, cafe ridden, artist community unlike any other in Chiang Mai.

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