Chiang Mai is the provincial capital of a largely mountainous province
 
 
 
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CHIANG MAI
Map of Chiang Mai
 
Chiang Mai city is 700 kilometres north of Bangkok, was founded in 1296, and is located in a fertile valley some 300 metres above sea level. Chiang Mai is Thailand's second largest city. This statistic, often bandied about, has always testified to the enormity of Bangkok rather than the size of Chiang Mai, but things are changing.
 
 
 
The northern capital still captures the feel of a small town, but most first-time visitors are surprised at how cosmopolitan it is.
 
Allow a day or two to wander around the city, see its temples, and experience the exten-sive Night Bazaar, which offers Thai and northern Thai clothes and fabrics, crafts, jewellery, antiques and the like.
 
At Warorot market, one can find even more bargains. There are also many shopping destinations just outside the town specialising in such items as umbrellas, silverwork, woven baskets, woodcarvings, and antiques.
 
20,000 square kilometres
Chiang Mai City Map
The case with which one can leave Chiang Mai, traffic not withstanding, reflects its smalltown atmosphere. A 15-minute ride in any direction from Tha Phae gate at the city centre will lead you into the countryside. One of the most obvious trips is to the 1676-metre-high mountain known as Doi Suthep, which fills the western sky.
 
 
 

 Attractions

 

Wat Phra Singh

  The temple com-pound includes the lovely Lai Kham chapel with its exquisite woodcarvings and northern-style murals.
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Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

  The spectacular Buddhist temple that can be seen, from wherever you happen to be in the city, clinging to the mountainside near the summit of Doi Suthep.
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Huai Nam Dang National Park

  Huai Nam Dang National Park covers an area of 180 square kilometres. Most of the areas are ranged highlands. The mountain has a verdant forest, which is the source of tributaries and various streams.
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