Chiang Mai

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The beautifully decorated wat contains the Phra Singh Buddha, with a serene and benevolent expression. — Fodor's
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Because this temple is near the Thapae Gate, most visitors begin their sightseeing here, where there are two wats of interest. — Frommer's
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Thought to be Chiang Mai's oldest wat, this was built during the 14th century by King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai, on the spot where he first camped. — Frommer's
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This northern Thai–style building contains many statues of Lord Buddha, including a bust that measures 10 feet high. — Fodor's
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Wat Suan Dok. It's said to have been built on the site where bones of Lord Buddha were found. — Fodor's
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This museum houses a permanent exhibit that walks visitors through a tour of prehistory to the present. — Frommer's
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One of Chiang Mai's most popular attractions for locals are the pandas, Chuang Chuang and Lin Hui, and their cub Lin Ping, born in 2009, who are the stars of Chiang Mai's extensive zoo. — Frommer's
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The varied collection at this museum, more than 1,000 pieces of traditional crafts from the hill tribes living in the region, is one of the finest in the country and includes farming implements. — Fodor's
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Guests can visit for the day or overnight to participate in the feedings and bath time. — Afar Magazine
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More than 100 species of wild animals, including tigers, leopards, jaguars, and elephants. — Fodor's
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Thailand's giant butterflies and creepy crawlies are showcased at this little museum operated by a malaria researcher and his entomologist wife. — Lonely Planet
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The summer residence of the royal family is a serene mansion that shares an exquisitely landscaped park with the more modest mountain retreats of the crown prince and princess. — Fodor's
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This Lanna-style mansion was the last home of Jao Dararasamee, daughter of a late-19th-century ruler of Chiang Mai and the favorite wife of King Chulalongkorn — Fodor's
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In Wat Phan Tao, you'll be struck by the delicate wood carvings in the wihan, where local woodworkers have surpassed themselves in their use of teak, the main resource from the neighbouring forests — Michelin Guide
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