Tourist Attractions

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Wat Ton Kwaen

Wat Ton Kwaen or Wat Intrarawart. An ancient beautiful Buddhist temple,complete Lanna Unique style, was build in 2399-2412 BC. “Ton  Kwaen” is named of plant in Lanna called, which be common found in a temple. So the first name is called “Wat Ton Kwaen”. Later change as the abbot name “Int” . Wat Intrarawart  is mean the place of the abbot name “Int”. The importance is the relics parade, the custom ruler of Chao Luang Chiang Mai, from Jom Tong to Chiang Mai stoped and rest here.

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Baan Thawai

A skilled crafts village, the unique of the village, famous in wood carvings. Traveler who love carving art favoring buy to decorate the house. Baan Thawai, Baan Whan,Hang Dong, Chiang Mai.
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Phratat Doi Kham

An ancient tample ages older than 1300 years in Chiang Mai. Located behind the National park (The International Horticultural Exposition),10 kilometers from Chiang Mai. Phratat Doi Kham is also a signal of avitation, define the area instead of vision, before landing at Chiang Mai International Airport.
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Sankamphaeng Hot Springs

The temperature of 80 degrees celsius hot springs from the earth. When reduce the temperature is suited for relaxing spa. It relaxes the body and make the body healthy. Melt the fat in the blood capillaries and synovial.
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The Royal Park Rajapruek

The Royal Park Rajapruek is Varieties collected northern flowers in winter. Unique wonderful decorate and never be weakened throughout the winter. Visit here, won’t let you down.
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Doi Suthep

Wat Phatat Doi Suthep or “Wat Doi Suthep”. Important as a Royal tample, Ratchaworaviharn. Located in The Doi Suthep - Pui National Park . At 124 Ban Doi Suthep, Moo 9, T.Doisuthep, A.Maung, Chiang Mai (3,050 Feet from sea level). Land area of 36 Rai. Visit the Hmong hill tribe villages. A view point overlooking the city of Chiang Mai.
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Chiang Mai Night Safari

Chiang Mai Night Safari is spread over 819 rai or 328 acres of Tambon Mae Hia and Tambon Suthep. Traverse the exciting Thailand’s first night safari in the 50-seat open air tram to meet elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, Asiatic black bears, tigers, hyenas, crocodiles, and many more. Many activities are lined up, especially if you are ready to have a direct contact with the animals, including bathing elephants, feeding hippopotamus and rhino horn.
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Doi Inthanon

Doi Inthanon, originally called "Doi Luang" or "Doi Ang Ka". Doi Luang is mean a big mountain. Doi Ang Ka is from the following tale. 300 meters to the west from Doi Inthanon, there was a pond ,basin  shape (in Thai is called “Ang”). So many rookery (crow in Thai is called “KA”) used and wade this pond’ So called “Ang Ka”Later known as “ Doi Ang Ka”. Doi inthanon is a part of the Himalayas, from Nepal across to Bhutan and Burma and end here. What's interesting is not just only the highest mountain in the country with a height of 2,565 meters above sea level. An another is the landscape and diversity of the forest, the evergreen forest, pine forest, and the cold weather throughout the year. Especially in winter, it is covered with mist entire the day. Sometimes the dew becomes frost. These are perennially attractive to the visitors.
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Huay Phak Phai Royal Project

Another Royal Projects station initiated by King Bhumibol in 1980, Huai Phak Phai covers a large denuded area in Ban Mae Ha village. This station focuses its researches and studies on roses. The tourist’s highlight is thus the Royal Rose Garden, which covers an area of 8.4 acres where various kinds of roses have been planted along the mountain ranges.
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