Visit Chiang Mai…The Land of Thai Lanna

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      “Mr.Sukjai” comes back to take you to tour Thailand. Now I will lead you to “Nop Buri Si Nakhon Phin” or Chiang Mai, Lanna land riches with arts and culture.

      Chiang Mai is the most important city in the north. It is only the second to Bangkok and borders to Myanmar to the north. It has a long history and there are many historical and cultural tourist attractions there. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations where tourists from all over the world want to visit. At present, tourists are still pouring into the city and investors start up their business and settle here. This makes the need for residence go up. In the past 10 years a professional home builder company came to open their office in Chiang Mai to provide services to respond to the soaring needs of the customers.
      The changes in Chiang Mai city is in accordance with the changes of the modern societies. One thing in Chiang Mai that doesn’t change is the charming of tourism that still keeps its own identity. Every tourist attraction can lure tourists to visit whenever they come to Chiang Mai.
      There are many types of tourist attraction In Chiang Mai. They are natural, cultural, and the way of life that worth visiting. In this copy,”Mr.Sukjai” will lead you to some popular places of the city, please follow.
      Wat Phra That Doi Suthep  Ratcha Wora Wihan. The second class royal temple is located in the area of Doi Suthep-Doi Pui National Park.  It is one of the most important temples in Chiang Mai. It is a Lanna architectural design with Chiang Sean style pagoda decorated by original golden plate. From the ground at the bottom of the pagoda, impressive views of Chiang Mai can be seen. The steps lead to the temple are decorated with serpent heads. The annual ceremony to worship the Buddha relic is held on Visakha Bucha Day and the parade is crowded with Buddhist monks, novices and Buddhists.


      Wat Umong “The Tunnel Temple” or Bhuddha Than Garden. The temple was built around 1839 BE by King Mengrai. A number of tunnels dug out of a mound contains shrines with Buddha images, On the top of the  mound is a large circular bell shape Chedi,the Lanna style Chedi. built around the 20 century. The temple is one of the places you shouldn’t miss when visiting Chiang Mai
      Doi Inthanon. Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. It is a part of the Himalayan mountain range that originates in Nepal, go through Bhutan, Myanmar and ends here in Thailand. Tourists can feel the cold weather here all year round. The average daily temperatures are normally around 12 degree celcious’ There are also many tourist attractions both o the Doi and nearby. You can see rain forest, pine forest and mixed forest at the same time.

      Kiw Mae Pan. Located in Doi Inthanon national park, Kiw Mae Pan Is the view point for sunrise and mist in winter. Natural trails are also provided for nature lovers. It is one of the “Don’t Miss” places.

      Mae Kam Pong.A one hundred years old village where the inhabitants were migrated from Doi Saket, Chiang Mai is well known for the simple life style or “Slow Life”. The village is surrounded with fertile nature with beautiful trees and streams and other attractions such as Teen Tok Royal Project, Wat Mae Kam Pong and Mae Kam Pong waterfall. The weather in the village is nice for relaxing.

      MonJaem or Doi Mon Jam is a part of Nong Hoi Royal Project. It is one of the popular atractions in Chiang Mai. From the place you can view beautiful mountains surround the valley. It is also the learning and research center for winter woods. It is also the nice place to behold the twinkle stars at night.

“Mr.Sukjai” have introduced only some of the attractions in Chianf Mai. You had better visit the city yourself and you won’t be disappointed. Maybe you will fall in love with the place and plan to settle down there,who knows?