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Best things to do in Chiang Mai

“This Shopping Centre has everything you might need. They also have a free luggage drop for 2 hours for tourists.”
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Buddhist Temple
“A must go place for Tourists. 40min drive up the mountain to find a temple on the top. Awesome view of Chiang Mai. Very famous very touristy but worth the ride up . Hire a Taxi or Grab Taxi to get up there. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Wat Chedi Luang is also one of the most beautiful temples in Chiang Mai, being the main Buddhist temple of Chiang Mai there are many areas in the temple that you can explore. ”
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“Many Thais who have never even set foot in Chiang Mai have still heard of Warm Up, it’s that famous. This nightlife institution opened up over two decades ago and is now going stronger than ever, packed to the rafters with yuppies and uni students most nights of the week. The sprawling venue has evolved over the years, now comprising a main live music room at the back (very difficult to get a table on the weekend), a small dance music room (popular with the in-the-know farang who can’t stick the Thai pop songs) and finally a large alfresco garden fronting the venue. It’s outside where most people choose to eat, and there’s also a live acoustic band here keeping the atmosphere light and chill”
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Historische Stätte
“Another famous tourist attractions with my restaurants, cafes and bars in the area; definitely, a place that you have to visit once you're in Chiang Mai.”
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Zoo Exhibit
“- Good place to visit - Great family trip with kids - 6 pm is the best time to go”
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“Chiang Mai Zoo is a great place for family. The little ones will love it. There's Panda, aquarium elephants. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Wat Phra Singh is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. King Ananda Mahidol, the older brother of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, bestowed on it the status of Royal temple of the first grade in 1935”
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Buddhist Temple
“220 steps to the top where a panaramic view of Chiang Mai awaits you from this important Budest temple.”
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“Warorot Market or Kad Luang is a must visit for food lovers as it offers a wide Range of ready to eat meals, local snack and desserts, all kinds of fresh produce, meats and seafood. A large section of the market features inexpensive goods, clothing, accessories and personal care products.  Targeting mostly Thais, Warorot Market is a great place to get a feel of the local way of life.”
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“You can find a reasonable price souvenir & street food there. Open 5.00-10.00PM every Sunday.”
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“Central Festival Chiang Mai is a massive shopping mall. It is very clean new and modern and has hundreds of Thai and international brands. Open 11am to 9.30pm weekdays and 10am to 10pm on weekends.”
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“Good place to go in the basement and enjoy various food inside the the mall. So many things to choose whether it's northern Thai dish or dishes from Bangkok. ”
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“The salad restaurant where you can eat from 6.30 am to 22.00 pm everyday. The food is nice and fresh. ”
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Place of Worship
“The proof of 700 years long history, this temple situated not too far from Wat Ram Poeng. Intimately touch of nature is best to practice Dharma. The ways in tunnel are all linked and you can watch some trails of old mural inside it.”
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“If you enjoy nightlife, chances are you'll love Zoe In Yellow! Located a short walk from Thunderbird Hostel, it offers a wide range of beverages and vibes- from club to reggae. It is a popular spot for both locals and tourists- open from 7pm-midnight. There are a number of great restaurants nearby as well for a convenient late night snack!”
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