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Chiang Mai (Thai About this sound เชียงใหม่ , [t͡ɕʰīaŋ.màj]; Lanna:ᨩ᩠ᨿᨦᩉᩲ᩠ᨾ᩵, [tɕiaŋ.màj]) is the second-largest province (changwat) of Thailand. It is in the country's north. It is bordered by Chiang Rai to the northeast, Lampang and Lamphun to the south, Tak to the southwest, Mae Hong Son to the west, and Shan State of Burma to the north. The capital, Chiang Mai, is 685 km north of Bangkok.
Cities, towns & villages in Chiang Mai
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Chiang MaiChiang Mai from Thai: [tɕʰiəŋ màj] (13px listen), Lanna: [t͡ɕīaŋ.màj] (13px listen)) sometimes written as \"Chiengmai\" or \"Chiangmai\", is the largest and most culturally significant city in Northern Thailand. It is the capital of Chiang Mai Province and was a former capital of the Kingdom of Lan Na (1296–1768), which became the Kingdom of Chiang Mai, a tributary state of Siam from 1774 to 1899 and finally the seat of a merely ceremonial prince until 1939. It is 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok and is situated amongst the highest mountains in the country. The city sits astride the Ping River, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya River. Show Chiang Maion the map
Chai PrakanChai Prakan, sometimes written as Chaiprakan, Chaiprakarn or Chaiprakhan, is home to the district headquarters of Chai Prakan District in the far north of Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It lies 145 km from the city of Chiang Mai and 850 km from Bangkok. It is a popular location for vehicles to stop on the way to Doi Ang Khang, Fang, and Tha Ton. The municipality covers the complete subdistrict Pong Tam and parts of the subdistricts Si Dong Yen and Nong Bua, all within Chai Prakan district. Show Chai Prakanon the map
PaiPai (Thai: ปาย) is a small town in northern Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border, about 146 km (91 mi) north-west of Chiang Mai on the northern route to Mae Hong Son. It lies on the Pai River. The town has thesaban tambon status and covers parts of the tambon Wiang Tai of Pai district. As of 2006, it had a population of 2,284. Show Paion the map
Ban MaeBan Mae (Thai: บ้านแม) is a tambon (subdistrict) of San Pa Tong District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2010 it had a total population of 6,635 people, 3,197 male and 3,438 female. The tambon contains 13 administrative villages and 2,321 households. Show Ban Maeon the map
Ban Aen MaiBan Aen (Thai: is a village and tambon (subdistrict) of Doi Tao District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 2804 people. The tambon contains 4 villages. There is a dam and reservoir in the vicinity. Show Ban Aen Maion the map
Wiang HaengMueang Haeng (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Wiang Haeng District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 8,631 people. The tambon contains 12 villages. Show Wiang Haengon the map
San SaiSan Sai Luang (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of San Sai District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 6,397 people. The tambon contains 8 villages. Show San Saion the map
Ban Mae ThalopMae Thalop (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Chai Prakan District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 7,415 people. The tambon contains 6 villages. Show Ban Mae Thalopon the map
SamoengSamoeng Tai (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Samoeng District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 5,366 people. The tambon contains 11 villages. Show Samoengon the map
Ban PaeBan Pae (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Chom Thong District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 12,050 people. The tambon contains 18 villages. Show Ban Paeon the map
Ban Na YangNa Yang (Thai: ?) is a village and tambon (subdistrict) of Phichai District, in Uttaradit Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 8831 people. The tambon contains 7 villages. Show Ban Na Yangon the map
Ban Pong Yaeng NaiPong Yaeng (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Mae Rim District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 9,922 people. The tambon contains 9 villages. Show Ban Pong Yaeng Naion the map
Ban Yang Piang TaiYang Piang (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Omkoi District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 7,990 people. The tambon contains 17 villages. Show Ban Yang Piang Taion the map
Mae RaemMae Raem (Thai: แม่แรม) is a tambon (subdistrict) of Mae Rim District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 8,264 people. The tambon contains 12 villages. Show Mae Raemon the map
Ban Mae WaenMae Waen (Thai: แม่แวน) is a tambon (subdistrict) of Phrao District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 5,517 people. The tambon contains 11 villages. Show Ban Mae Waenon the map
Ban Pa Tum DonPa Tum (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Phrao District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 5,475 people. The tambon contains 12 villages. Show Ban Pa Tum Donon the map
Doi LoDoi Lo (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Doi Lo District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2015 it had a total population of 12,261 people. Show Doi Loon the map
PhraoThe town of Phrao or \"Wiang Phrao\" is home to the district headquarters of Phrao District in the far northeast of Chiang Mai province. Show Phraoon the map
Om KoiOmkoi (Thai: อมก๋อย) is the southwesternmost district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. Show Om Koion the map
San Kamphaeng Show San Kamphaengon the map
Chiang Dao Show Chiang Daoon the map
Mae Taeng Show Mae Taengon the map
Doi Tao Show Doi Taoon the map
Mae Ai Show Mae Aion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Chiang Mai
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Amphoe Doi SaketDoi Saket (Thai: Lanna: 60px) is a district (amphoe) in the eastern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. The district is predominantly a rural farming area, containing a mixture of rice fields on the valley floor to orchard and other farming on the hillsides. The village proper is a 30-minute drive east of Tha Phae Gate in Chiang Mai. The city boasts a large produce market. The village is most famous with Thai tourists for its beautiful, modern-style wall murals inside Wat Doi Saket.Show on map
Chiang Mai ProvinceChiang Mai (Thai: pronounced [t͡ɕʰīaŋ.màj] (13px listen); Lanna: pronounced [tɕiaŋ.màj]) is the second-largest province (changwat) of Thailand. It is in the country's north. It is bordered by Chiang Rai to the northeast, Lampang and Lamphun to the south, Tak to the southwest, Mae Hong Son to the west, and Shan State of Burma to the north. The capital, Chiang Mai, is 685 km north of Bangkok.Show on map
Amphoe Galyani VadhanaGalyani Vadhana (Thai: rtgs: Kanlayaniwatthana) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. It is named after Princess Galyani Vadhana. It was founded on December 26, 2009, by the Royal Decree Establishing Amphoe Galyani Vadhana, Changwat Chiang Mai, BE 2552 (2009), making it the 878th and latest district of Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Chiang DaoChiang Dao (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. It is nicknamed \"little Tuscany\" and there are actually a few local wines produced in the area.Show on map
Amphoe PhraoPhrao (Thai: พร้าว) is a district (amphoe) in the north-eastern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. Its major town, Phrao, lies 107 km north-north-east of Chiang Mai.Show on map
Amphoe Mueang Chiang MaiMueang Chiang Mai (Thai: is the capital district (amphoe mueang) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. The district contains the city of Chiang Mai.Show on map
Amphoe Chai PrakanChai Prakan (Thai: - sometimes transcribed as \"Chaiprakan\" ) is a district (amphoe) in the northern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Chom ThongChom Thong (Thai: จอมทอง; IPA: [tɕɔ̄ːm tʰɔ̄ːŋ]) is a district (amphoe) in the southern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe San KamphaengSan Kamphaeng (Thai: IPA: [sǎn kām.pʰɛ̄ːŋ]) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Wiang HaengWiang Haeng (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the northern part of Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae TaengMae Taeng (Thai: แม่แตง) is a district (amphoe) in the northern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Doi TaoDoi Tao (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the southern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe San SaiSan Sai (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the central part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae WangMae Wang (Thai: แม่วาง) is a district (amphoe) in the central part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae RimMae Rim (Thai: แม่ริม) is a district (amphoe) in the central part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe HotHot (Thai: ฮอด) is a district (amphoe) in the southern part of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae AiMae Ai (Thai: แม่อาย) is the northernmost district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe FangFang (Thai: ฝาง is a district (amphoe) in the northern part of Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Doi LoDoi Lo (Thai: Lanna: 27px) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe San Pa TongSan Pa Tong (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae ChaemMae Chaem (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Hang DongHang Dong (Thai: หางดง) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe SamoengSamoeng (Thai: สะเมิง) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe SaraphiSaraphi (Thai: สารภี) is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae OnMae On is a district (amphoe) of Chiang Mai Province in the north of Thailand.Show on map
Different buildings in Chiang Mai
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Wat Doi Mae PangWat Doi Mae Pang (Thai: is a Buddhist temple in Phrao district, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. It is some 75 kilometres from the city Chiang Mai on route 1001 towards Phrao. Local legends say that the road 1001 was built due to Luang Por Waen Sujinno. Legend tells of this monk meditating and floating hundreds of feet into the air. He was seen by helicopter by the King (some say a soldier not a King) and the King was so astonished he realized a road must built to this holy place as well as Phrao. The locals have variations of this tale but any tourists in the area will hear this as the reason for Road 1001 being built.Show on map
Wat Phra That Doi SuthepWat Phra That Doi Suthep (Thai: Thai pronunciation: Northern Thai pronunciation: is a Theravada wat in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. The temple is often referred to as \"Doi Suthep\" although this is actually the name of the mountain where it's located. It is a sacred site to many Thai people. The temple is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the city of Chiang Mai. From the temple, impressive views of Chiang Mai can be seen.Show on map
Wat Suan DokWat Suan Dok (Thai: which roughly translates as \"flower garden temple\") is a Buddhist temple (Wat) in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It is a Royal Temple of the Third Class. The temple is on Suthep Road, approximately one kilometre west of Suan Dok gate at the west side of the moat. The Chiang Mai campus of the Buddhist University is housed within the temple compound.Show on map
Wat Phrasing Wora maha WihanWat Phra Singh (full name: Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn; Thai: rtgs: Wat Phra Sing Wora Maha Wihan; (pronunciation); Lanna: 90px) is a Buddhist temple (Thai language: Wat) in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.King Ananda Mahidol (Rama VIII), the older brother of the present King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), bestowed it the status of Royal temple of the first grade in 1935.Show on map
Chiang Mai International AirportChiang Mai International Airport (Thai: (IATA: CNX, ICAO: VTCC) is an international airport serving Chiang Mai, the capital city of Chiang Mai Province in Thailand. It is a major gateway to Northern Thailand, and currently the fourth busiest airport in the country.Show on map
Wat Chedi LuangWat Chedi Luang (Thai: lit. temple of the big stupa) is a Buddhist temple in the historic centre of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The current temple grounds were originally made up of three temples — Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Chiang Mai
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Mae Nam PingThe Ping River (Thai: rtgs: Maenam Ping, IPA: [mɛ̂ːnáːm piŋ]), along with the Nan River, is one of the two main contributaries of Chao Phraya River. It originates at Doi Thuai, Daen Lao Range, in Chiang Dao district, Chiang Mai Province. After passing Chiang Mai town, it flows though the provinces Lamphun, Tak, and Kamphaeng Phet. At the confluence with the Nan River at Nakhon Sawan (also named Paknam Pho in Thai) it forms the Chao Phraya River.Show on map
Huai Mae Ho PhraMae Ho Phra (Thai: is a tambon (subdistrict) of Mae Taeng District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 5,643 people. The tambon contains 9 villages.Show on map
Nam Mae Sun NoiMae Sun (Thai: แม่สูน) is a tambon (subdistrict) of Fang District, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 15,019 people. The tambon contains 17 villages.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Chiang Mai
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Doi SuthepDoi Suthep (ดอยสุเทพ), is a mountain (\"doi\") west of Chiang Mai, Thailand. It is 1,676 metres (5,499 ft) in elevation and is one of the twin peaks of a granite mountain. The other peak is known as Doi Pui and is slightly higher (1,685 m). Doi Suthep is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Chiang Mai city centre. The vegetation below 1,000 m is mostly deciduous forest, with evergreen forest above this elevation. Doi Pui, the other peak of the massif, is close by via a surfaced road as well as through forest paths. Hmong hill tribe people live in the surrounding area.Show on map
Doi InthanonDoi Inthanon (Thai: ดอยอินทนนท์ (pronunciation)) is the highest mountain in Thailand. It is in Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province. This mountain is an ultra prominent peak, known in the past as Doi Luang (meaning \"big mountain\") or Doi Ang Ka, meaning the \"crow's pond top\". Near the mountain's base was a pond where many crows gathered. The name Doi Inthanon was given in honour of King Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, who was concerned about the forests in the north and tried to preserve them. He ordered that after his death his remains be interred at Doi Luang, which was then renamed in his honour.Show on map
Chiang Mai Night SafariChiang Mai Night Safari (Thai: เชียงใหม่ไนท์ซาฟารี) is a nocturnal zoo located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The safari has operated by Pinkanakorn Development Agency, subordinated to the Prime Minister's Office. The safari opened in 2006 at the same year with the Royal Flora Expo 2006 in order to promote Chiang Mai tourism. It is the second night safari of the world following the Night Safari in Singapore. Admissions and tickets is THB 800 for adults, THB 400 for children.Show on map
Doi Ang KhangDoi Ang Khang (Thai: ดอยอ่างขาง) is a mountain in Fang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It is part of the Daen Lao Range that straddles both sides of the Burmese-Thai border. It is the site of an agricultural station, the first research station set up by King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1969. The peak of Doi Ang Khang is 1,928 metres (6,325 ft) above sea level, and the agricultural station covers an area of 1,989 rai (318 ha).Show on map