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10 trips to Chiang Mai in winter with travel Who has to fall in love

Chiang Mai is one of the preferred tourist destinations for Year-End and New Year celebrations. For those who may not have been exposed to Chiang Mai in a real way, this article is considered to be a good starting point, both for the tourist attractions, as well as friendly people. Winter is a great time to visit Chiang Mai. Indulge in the atmosphere of a quiet, happy city in the cold of winter.

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Float on the river in the middle of the Mae Mond Dam

For travelers looking for a place to escape the heat of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is the first place most people think about. But to visit Chiang Mai is not just to travel to the mountains. Today we will take you to visit the middle of Chiang Mai's popular Mae Chan dam, also known as the the floating mountain.

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Depart for the thick fog and beautiful nature at Huai Nam Dung

Huai Nam Dang National Park, is spread across Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai and Pai, Mae Hong Son. It covers a total area is about 179.5 square kilometers or 112,187.5 acres. The highlight of Huai Nam is the early morning atmosphere, where fog and light are mixed together in a dazzling display of nature. It is perhaps one of the coldest spots in Thailand, with very cold weather during the winter, andd cool weather all year round. For those who enjoy the bounteous nature of Northern Thailand, it provides a peaceful, uninhabited escape from Chiang Mai.

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About Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai was co founded by three kings – Phraya Mangrai, Por Khun Ramkhamhaeng (of Sukhothai) and Por Khun Ngam Muang (of Phayao). Chiang Mai was ruled by the Mangrai Dynasty for around 200 years (between 1296 – 1558). Then in 1558 Chiang Mai lost its fight to Burma and was ruled for over 200 years until Phraya Kawila and Phraya Ja Baan, with help from Thai Kings, led the fight against Burma and won the land back. Chiang Mai then became a colony of Siam and Phraya Kawila was crowned by HM King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke Rama I as the king of Chiang Mai. In the era of HM King Chulalongkorn Rama V, Chiang Mai was reformed as municipality shire called Payap. Then in 1933 King Chulalongkorn Rama V developed the provincial system in Thailand so Chiang Mai became a province in Thailand until then. Chiang Mai is 310 metre (1,027 ft) higher from sea level. It covers 20,107 sq.km. (12,566,910 rai) of land and is the second largest city in Thailand. The widest part is 136 km. (85 miles) and the longest part is 320 km. (200 miles). Chiang Mai is home to 1.66 million people and divided into 25 districts..

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