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Guide to living in Chiang Mai Thailand, Just take it easy, when you come to Chiang Mai. Many foreigners decide to live or construct the new home here. Openchiangmai.com always tries to tell many stories and experiences about the lives of foreigners and how they have managed to stay in peace and harmony in here.

Full Day trip Chiang Rai type C

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Chiangrai + Hot Spring + White Temple + Golden Triangle Boat Trip along Maekong River + Maesai Burmese Border Karen Long neck Village Price : 1,490 Baht/person Duration : Chiang Rai Package 1,490 Baht / Person Mae Sai Wat Rong Khun Hot Springs ...

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Tham Lot Caves (ถ้ำลอด)

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The Tham Lot Caves houses a succession of chambers routing over 1,500 meters long near Soppong in the Pang Mapha district, Mae Hong Son Province. The Nam Lang River, muddy and roaring year round, flows through the stalactite and stalagmite ...

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The Pirate Drink

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Served straight out of a Volkswagen van turned barista’s paradise, this little coffee shop is one of the homiest, most welcoming places I’ve visited in Chiang Mai. There is balconied seating, with couches open for lounging on as well. It’s ...

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Clay Studio Coffee in the Garden

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Through what appears to be a gateway to an ancient city, the outdoor seating at Clay Studio Coffee surrounded by clay terracotta sculptures follows perfectly in line with those initial perceptions. There is a significant amount of room to meander ...

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INA House – Indigenous Asia, Chiang Mai

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The INA House, an ethnically based NGO, is a local non-profit in Chiang Mai whose funds go toward the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP). The INA House creates revenue through providing rooming accommodations, entertaining a rentable meeting room and library, ...

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Traces of A Lost Kingdom

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In the heart of the old city on Ratchadamnoen Road, an art exhibit called the “Traces of a Lost Kingdom” is solely advertised with two poster sized sign boards flanking the entryway to a long corridor, Tamarind Village Hotel. Once inside, ...

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