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Chiang Mai Buddha By Timothy Burland
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Images of Lord Buddha from Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Chiang Mai Guide By Michael Holland
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The real charm of Chiang Mai are the many forgotten lanes and temples, quite a few of which aren't even in the guidebooks. Take a leisurely stroll through the old walled city of Chiang Mai, the... More > capital of the ancient kingdom of "Lanna", founded more than 700 years ago. Visit ancient temples, colorful fresh markets and other cultural attractions in this pleasant walking tour. In addition, this ebook covers several other 'hidden' gems of the ancient city, including colorful markets and the ruins of an even older city. Our eGuide, "Chiang Mai Guide", combines the detailed information about the sights with useful information about how to get there. The content, most of which is taken from this web site, is enhanced with end-notes giving you background information and bits of trivia you won't find anywhere else. You'll find far more detail than you'll get from any travel guide, in a small format that's easy to take with you.< Less
The Caves of Chiang Mai, Thailand By Martin Ellis
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This guidebook summarises all the known and reported caves and sites of speleological interest in the province of Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. A total of 229 sites are detailed along with over 60... More > surveys and a full bibliography. Previously unpublished reports and surveys from American, Polish and British expeditions are included. In addition the author has conducted extensive field work in the region.< Less
The Caves of Chiang Mai, Thailand By Martin Ellis
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This guidebook summarises all the known and reported caves and sites of speleological interest in the province of Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. A total of 229 sites are detailed along with over 60... More > surveys and a full bibliography. Previously unpublished reports and surveys from American, Polish and British expeditions are included. In addition the author has conducted extensive field work in the region.< Less
Chiang Mai Thailand By Thailand Government
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Popularly known as “The Rose of the North” and with an enchanting location on the banks of the Ping River, the city and its surroundings are blessed with stunning natural beauty and a... More > uniquely indigenous cultural identity. Founded in 1296 by King Mengrai as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai has had a long and mostly independent history, which has to a large extent preserved a most distinctive culture. This is witnessed both in the daily lives of the people, who maintain their own dialect, customs and cuisine, and in a host of ancient temples, fascinating for their northern Thai architectural Styles and rich decorative details.< Less
Must See Chiang Mai Thailand By Thailand Government
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Founded in 1296 by King Mengrai as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is the second largest city of Thailand. Chiang Mai has had a long and mostly independent history, which has to a large... More > extent preserved a most distinct Thai culture. Beyond the city, the province offers some of the most picturesque scenery in the whole kingdom, and is one of the forested mountains including Thailand’s highest peak at Doi Intanon.< Less
Ancient Chiang Mai Volume 1 By Andrew Forbes, David Henley
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The beautiful old walled city of Chiang Mai, set amid the forested mountains and fertile valleys of northern Thailand, is the historic capital of the former Lan Na Kingdom. Founded in 1296 by King... More > Mangrai the Great, it did not become fully part of Thailand until 1939, and even today the region retains a distinctly different character, with its own language, culture, cuisine and even temperament. Although around 40 times smaller than Bangkok, Chiang Mai remains the nation's cultural capital, as well as its most attractive and historically significant city. The authors have both lived in Chiang Mai for more than twenty years together with their Thai families, and consider Chiang Mai to be their home. In 2005 they began writing a series of articles entitled 'Ancient Chiang Mai' examining the history, culture and traditions of Chiang Mai and of its graceful and friendly people, the Northern Thais. The present study brings together 'Ancient Chiang Mai' articles 1-12, all published in 2005.< Less
Ancient Chiang Mai Volume 2 By Andrew Forbes, David Henley
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The beautiful old walled city of Chiang Mai, set amid the forested mountains and fertile valleys of northern Thailand, is the historic capital of the former Lan Na Kingdom. Founded in 1296 by King... More > Mangrai the Great, it did not become fully part of Thailand until 1939, and even today the region retains a distinctly different character, with its own language, culture, cuisine and even temperament. Although around 40 times smaller than Bangkok, Chiang Mai remains the nation's cultural capital, as well as its most attractive and historically significant city. The authors have both lived in Chiang Mai for more than twenty years together with their Thai families, and consider Chiang Mai to be their home. In 2005 they began writing a series of articles entitled 'Ancient Chiang Mai' examining the history, culture and traditions of Chiang Mai and of its graceful and friendly people, the Northern Thais. The present study brings together 'Ancient Chiang Mai' articles 13-24, all published in 2006< Less
Ancient Chiang Mai Volume 3 By Andrew Forbes, David Henley
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The beautiful old walled city of Chiang Mai, set amid the forested mountains and fertile valleys of northern Thailand, is the historic capital of the former Lan Na Kingdom. Founded in 1296 by King... More > Mangrai the Great, it did not become fully part of Thailand until 1939, and even today the region retains a distinctly different character, with its own language, culture, cuisine and even temperament. Although around 40 times smaller than Bangkok, Chiang Mai remains the nation's cultural capital, as well as its most attractive and historically significant city. The authors have both lived in Chiang Mai for more than twenty years together with their Thai families, and consider Chiang Mai to be their home. In 2005 they began writing a series of articles entitled 'Ancient Chiang Mai' examining the history, culture and traditions of Chiang Mai and of its graceful and friendly people, the Northern Thais. The present study brings together 'Ancient Chiang Mai' articles 25-36, all published in 2007< Less
All Wat's in Old Chiang Mai TEST By Fred Tiedemann Croese
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This is a TEST version of a book that I'm preparing. The final version will have at least 2 photos for each of the 38 temples. It will be a well illustrated guide book for visiting the temples in... More > Chiang Mai. I have allready selected the photos for the final version, but I'm in the process of making descriptions of all temples. When the final version is published it will become available in a cheap B&W version and in a more expensive full color version.< Less