Chiang Mai ,the old capital city of Lan Na Kingdom. One of the most beautiful scenery
city :hills,moutains stream , lakes ,fields and waterfalls.Mysteries are in the valleys
and moutains waiting for your discovery.Shopping is a fun experience. All of these
make ChiangMai popular with visitors
Chiang Mai has a striking mountain backdrop, over 300 temples and a quaint historical
aura. It's also a modern, friendly, internationally-flavoured city with much to offer
the visitor - food, accommodation and shopping are all top quality and cheap, and
the nights are relatively cool.
Thailand's second-largest city and the gateway to the country's north was founded
in 1296. You can still see the moat that encircled the original city. Doi Suthep,
topped by one of Thailand's holiest wats, rises behind the city, providing a dramatic
backdrop and fine views of the city.
Unless you don't mind almost daily torrential rain, the best time to visit Chiang
Mai is between October and April, with the other months a virtual monsoonal washout.
Festivals occur throughout the year, with the bulk of them between late December
and April. These provide a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the colour and
spectacle of traditional Thai culture. Chiang Mai is a particularly fun and refreshing
spot to experience the wetness of the Songkhran festival.
Unless you don't mind the almost daily torrential rain of the monsoon, the best time
to visit Chiang Mai is between October and April; the other months are a virtual
washout. The mildest temperatures are in December and January. Nights in Chiang Mai
are regularly cooler than in southern Thailand.
It can be quite hot in Chiang Mai, with the April average temperature 36°C (95°F).
Nights are regularly cooler than in southern Thailand.
Chiang Mai second-largest city and the gateway to the country's north