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CHIANG MAI • THAILAND | TRAVELBOOK — LET’S EXPLORE!

Chiang Mai has a very long History. It was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. Nowadays it's a really modern town, very similar to Bangkok. Chiang Mai literally means "new town" and has kept the title regardless of observing its 700th anniversary in 1996. King Meng Rai the Great founded the town as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom on Thursday, April 12, 1296 around the Exact Same period as the institution of this Sukhothai Kingdom. King Meng Rai even conferred with his buddies, King Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai and King Ngam Muang of Phayao before picking the website where the capital of the Lanna Kingdom was founded. Henceforth Mai not only became the capital and cultural center of the Lanna...

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CHIANG RAI • THAILAND | TRAVELBOOK — LET’S EXPLORE!

Chiang Rai province is located in the northernmost of Thailand and It's an excellent base for exploring the region. The metro area has a population of 200,000 and is the primary business center serving the Golden Triangle border area of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. Chiang Rai population consists of people including those from lineage and mountain tribes. This makes the city and location for visitors to experience and factors into Chiang Tai's unique traditions. https://youtu.be/Q4wEgHNKRR8 CHIANG RAI • THAILAND | TRAVELBOOK CLICK HERE TO EXPLORE — CHIANG RAI • THAILAND→ TOURS, EXPERIENCES & THINGS TO EXPLORE IN CHIANG RAI • THAILAND Chiang Rai, the former capital of this great Lanna Kingdom, is a fascinating province full of cultural and natural...

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Travelbook Now Offers Tours And Experiences Around You: Explore 14 Things To Do in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Taste of Chiang Mai Evening Local Street Food Market Tour Travel Chiang Mai's beautiful food markets at night on this 2.5-hour evening food tour through the city. Bring an appetite as you test at least 8 dishes. Proceed to a sequence of two food night markets, where you will venture a wide assortment of dishes, from Kannon jin (Chinese noodles) to northern Thai specialties, coconut dumplings, stewed pork leg, and if you still have some space, completing with a portion of Thailand's particular sweet treats and desserts. >>See the full description of this tour. Click here: Evening Local Street Food Market Tour Small-Group Food Tour with a Local Welcome the day the local way and visit the Three Kings...

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