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CHIANG MAI FLOWER FESTIVAL

The Chiang Mai Flower Festival where tourists will be amazed by a colorful flower parade, flower bloom beauty contest, Lanna music show, and flower shops. It has been running for over 40 years and celebrates the beautiful flowers in bloom during this time. The festival runs over 3 days at the start of February each year and draws thousands of visitors to Chiang Mai.

 

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SONGKRAN FESTIVAL

Songkran festival is one of the most important festivals that has been performed for a long time in Thailand. It’s known as Thai Traditional New Year, Thailand’s National Holidays, and Family day which takes place over three days during April 13-15 every year. Most of people splash the water on each other. They express their respect to their elders by pouring scented water onto their parents’ and grandparents’ hands. The elders in turn wish the youngsters good luck and properity.

 

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LOY KRATHONG

Loy Krathong is a traditional Thai festival that is celebrated annually and is also known as the ‘festival of lights’. The name could be translated as “to float a basket”, and comes from the traditional of making krathong or buoyant, decorated baskets, which are then floated on a river. The date of the festival is marked by the appearance of the full moon. This means that the dates vary from year to year. However, as a general guide, Loy Krathong is held in November.

 

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ROYAL PARK RAJAPRUEK

Royal Park Rajapruek is a natural park in Chiang Mai which was built in 2006 to commemorate 60 years since the then King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s acceded to the throne. Today, the park is used as a public park and is an important location for agricultural research in Chiang Mai.

 

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WAT PHRA THAT DOI KHAM 

Wat Phra That Doi Kham is a spectacular temple located on the lush mountain slopes, just 8 kms from the Pool Suite Chiang Mai. The name ‘Wat Phra That’ represents that is home to precious relics and artefacts of Buddha and ‘Doi Kham’ translates to the ‘Golden Hillside’ in the local dialect. 

 

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CHIANG MAI NIGHT SAFARI  

The Chiang Mai Night Safari is a popular tourist attraction in Northern-Thailand and is located just 5.2kms from Pool Suite Chiang Mai. The Chiang Mai Night Safari is home to over 130 species totaling about 1,400 nocturnal animals that graze, hunt and breed across the massive park.

 

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TAWAI VILLAGE WOODCARVING FAIR 

The Chiang Mai Night Safari is a popular tourist attraction in Northern-Thailand and is located just 5.2kms from Pool Suite Chiang Mai. The Chiang Mai Night Safari is home to over 130 species totaling about 1,400 nocturnal animals that graze, hunt and breed across the massive park. 

 

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WAT PHRA THAT DOI SUTHEP 

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of the holiest Buddhist Temples in Northern Thailand. As one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chiang Mai, the temple receives thousands of visitors each year.

 

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CHIANG MAI ZOO 

The Chiang Mai Zoo and Aquarium was established in 1977 and is located on the slopes of Doi Suthep mountain, in the north-western part of Chiang Mai city. The zoo covers around 200 acres of land and houses over 400 hundred species of animals as well as a large aquarium with over 200 species of marine animals. 

 

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DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK

Doi Inthanon is the tallest mountain in Thailand and sits at 2565 metres. It is

located in the Chiang Mai Province in the northern part of the country.

 

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WIANG KUM KAM 

Wiang Kum Kam is an ancient settlement of historical importance in Thailand as it is not just a rich archaeological site, but also a popular attraction. The settlement is located on the banks of Ping River and is credited to the reign of King Mangrai. This site previously served as the capital of the king’s administration prior to its relocation to Chiang Mai. 

 

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CHIANG MAI SUNDAY WALKING STREET MARKET 

The Chiang Mai Sunday Market (also known as the Sunday Walking Street Market) is Chiang Mai’s largest and most popular market and runs every Sunday from 4pm until midnight. The expansive market is situated at the

heart of the old city, and spans a length of 1km from Tha Phae Gate to the end of Ratchadamnoen Road, as well as numerous off shoots up the many side streets. 

 

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