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Chiang Mai Province

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Jan 9, 2022

Chiang Mai Province is one Thailand’s 76 provinces and occupies a region in Northern Thailand. The provincial capital is Chiang Mai.

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  • 19.36666666666798.9666666666671 Chiang Dao – gateway to hill tribe trekking, and mountains famous for birdwatching
  • 18.78888888888998.9833333333331 Chiang Mai – largest city in the north, urban and sophisticated
  • 19.91888888888999.2136111111111 Fang – gateway to hill tribe trekking, close to Chiang Mai
  • Mae On – small scale hot springs, caves and rock climbing are the attractions
  • Mae Taeng – a town, sub-district and district, with elephant camps, waterfalls and other outdoor activities along the Mae Taeng (Taeng River)
  • San Kamphaeng – silk factories and handicraft shops selling traditional Thai items to tourists, like the umbrellas of Bo Sang
  • 18.84805555555698.73251 Samoeng – mountain valley home of the February Strawberry Festival
  • 20.06083333333399.3622222222221 Thaton – small town with a famous temple and guesthouses on the Kok River, in northern Chiang Mai Province, between Mae Ai and Doi Mae Salong

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