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The Chiang Mai (, from Thai: ???????? [t????? màj] (listen), Lanna: ???? ? [t?????. màj] (listen)), sometimes pronounced "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the biggest town in the north of Thailand. From 1774 to 1899 it was a secondary state of Siam and until 1939 it was the residence of a sovereign prince. The former residence of the Lan Na Empire (1296-1768), which later became the Chiang Mai Empire, was the provincial principal town of Chiang Mai.
Located directly on the Ping River, an important affluent of the Chao Phraya River. Whereas the town ( thesaban akhon, "municipality") of Chiang Mai with 160,000 inhabitants formally occupies only the largest part of the Mueang Chiang Mai district, the extension of the town stretches to several neighbouring parts. Chiang Mai metro region has a populace of almost one million inhabitants, more than half of the entire Chiang Mai province.
Ping River, one of the most important affluents of the Chao Phraya Rivers, rises at Doi Thuai, in the Daen Lao Range in the Chiang Dao District. It is the biggest in the area and stretches from northern to southern direction, creating a catchment area to the eastern side of Chiang Mai. The Mae Ping Rivers also acted as a trading and communications channel between Chiang Mai and its regulated states in Lanna and the outside community.
The Chiang Mai followed Chiang Rai as the capitol of Lan Na. The Pha Yu expanded and strengthened the town, and constructed Wat Phra Singh in honour of his ancestor Kham Fu.:226-227 The sovereign was known as Chaos. Enclosed by a ditch and a defense barrier, the Taungoo dynasty of the Bamar tribe posed a permanent menace to the town, as did the forces of the Mongolian Empire, which had captured most of Yunnan, China, only a few centuries before, and in 1292 overtook the adjacent Dai Empire of Chiang Hung.
"Chiang Mai is the primary jewel on Thailand's crest, the crest cannot be sparkling and beautiful without the diamond..." There are over 300 buddhistic monasteries ("wat" in Thai) in Chiang Mai. Who Phra That Doi Suthep, the most popular sanctuary of the town, is located on Doi Suthep, a hill in the northwest of the town.
The oldest Chiang Man sanctuary in Chiang Mai dates back to the thirteenth centuary. 2 ]:209 King Mengrai was living here during the building of the town. Chet Yot is on the edge of town. The Wiang Kum Kam is located in an old town on the south side of Chiang Mai.
Mangrai, the king, spent ten years there before he founded Chiang Mai. It is a wood and grotto in the western outskirts of the town, near Chiang Mai University. About 20 Chiang Mai churches  Chiang Mai is the headquarters of the Chiang Mai Catholic Diocese in the Sacred Heart Cathedral.
The Chiang Mai is host to many different Thailand festivities, among them: Each year, a thousand men gather in swimming container of plant leaves (Krathong) adorned with flower and candle decorations and place them on the town' s inland waters to adore the goddess of water. The Chiang Mai has become one of the most beloved places during this year' s Chiang Mai International Year.
The Chiang Mai Flower Fest is a three-day celebration that takes place every year on the first week-end in February; this occasion takes place when the moderate and tropic Chiang Mai Flower is in full flower. The Inthakhin ( City Pillar ) Festival Tam Bun Khan Dok begins on the waxing Monday of the 6th monthly period and takes 6-8 workdays.
Residents are speaking Northern Thailand, also known as Lanna or Kham Mueang. Art and culture centre of the city of Chiang Mai. The Chiang Mai National Museum shows the story of the Chiang Mai area and the Kingdom of Lan Na. The Khan Thai tradition is a centuries-old Lan Na Thai tradition in Chiang Mai. It has several campuses, among them Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna, Payap University, Far Eastern University and Maejo University, as well as a number of professional and teaching schools.
The Chiang Mai was the first state college outside Bangkok. The Payap was the first privately owned Thai institute to receive academic recognition. The Doi Pui-Doi Suthep National Park begins at the west outskirts of the town. The Buddhist Wat Doi Suthep Sanctuary, situated near the Doi Suthep peak, is visible from much of the town and its surroundings.
The Pha Daeng National Park, or better Chiang Dao National Park, which comprises Doi Chiang Dao and Pha Deang Hill near the Myanmar boarder. The Chiang Mai Zoological Garden, the oldest of the North Thai zoos. Chiang Mai's side roads and major traffic routes are dotted with a variety of beauty salons offering everything from fast, easy facial and pedicure treatments to months of training in the arts of Thai healing.
Several Thai cookery colleges are located in Chiang Mai. IT shoppers can shop at Pantip Plaza just South of the Night Bazaar, Computer Plaza, Computer city and Ikonenplatz near the northwest Rift Valley, and the IT downtown mall in Kad Suan Kaew Mall. There are a number of buses connecting the centre with southern, southeastern and north Thailand.
Chang Puak Gate (north of Chiang Puak Gate) provides community based service within Chiang Mai Province. Chiang Mai Arcade Busstation, located to the southeast of the center of the city and accessible by a songthaev or tuk-tuk journey, provides connections to over 20 other Thai cities, such as Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin and Phuket.
From the Chiang Mai Arcade Station there are several connections per night to the Mo Chit Station in Bangkok (10 to 12 hours drive). From Bangkok, the state railroad runs 10 daily train service to Chiang Mai station. It is the northerly end station of the Thai railroad network. The Chiang Mai International Airport welcomes up to 28 daily departures from Bangkok (flight duration approx. 1 hr 10 min) and also acts as a regional junction for departures to other northerly towns such as Chiang Rai, Phrae and Mae Hong Son.
Chiang Mai also connects Chiang Mai with other local centres, as well as towns in other Asiatic states. Recent developments include the approval by the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) of a bill on the Chiang Mai urban rail system scheme. Such a system is expected to largely alleviate the transport problems of Chiang Mai.
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