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Chiang Rai
 

In the morning day at Doipatunk, Chiang Kong Dictrict
Chiang Rai is a mountainous province located at the northern tip of Thailand bordering Myanmar (Burma) on the north and Loas on the east, Phayao and Lampang on the south and Chiang Mai on the southwest. It is 785 km. from Bangkok and 182 km. from Chiang Mai and can be reached by plane. Many visitors to Chiang Mai make a side trip to Chiang Rai to admire its scenic beauty, to observe its hilltribes and to see its historic sites.

     
    Chiang Rai was built in 1262 by King Mengrai, founder of the kingdom of Lanna Thai. It was twice occupied by Burma after 1648 and became part of Thailand again in 1786.
    Among Chiang Rai's main attractions are: Phra That Doi Tung where a shrine housing the Buddha's relics atop the 2000-metre Doi Tung attracts worshippers from Laos, Myanmar and Thailand; Chiang Saen Museum which contains ancient Buddha images and antiques; Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet; Mae Sai, a border town from where you can cross into Myanmar; serveral hilltribes living around Chiang Rai, Mae Chan, Mae Sai and along the Mae Kok River; elephant-riding in the forest; and rafting down the Mae Kok, reputed as one of the most scenic and unspoiled rivers of the world.
     
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    Mae Fa Luang Farm
    Mae Fa Luang Farm
    Mae Fa Luang Farm is a foundation located at Ban Pa Ngiu, Tambon Ropwiang, about 3-4 kilometers from Chiang Rai township. The foundation is a temporary shelter for hilltribe children. It later launched a fund-raising program by organizing "Wai Sa Mae Fa Luang" every year. For detail, please contact Tel. (053) 711968.
       
      Phrathat Doi Tung
      Phrathat Doi Tung
      Phrathat Doi Tung is the holy relic that draws devout Buddhists from as far as Laos and Myanmar for annual worshipping. The reliquary is atop the highest Chiang Rai mountain at Doi Tung, elevation 2,000 meters above sea-level. The shrine is reached by a torturous mountain road, winding its way up and down mountain sides for 17 kms. off Highway No.110, 48 kms. from Chiang Rai township. The unmatched panoramic view reaches out to Myanmar and Laos on the horizon.
         
        Golden Triangle
        Golden Triangle
        The most famous attraction where the borders of the three countries; Laos, Thailand and Myanmar meet It is about 9 kilometers north of Chiang Saen. From this place, Laotian and Myanma border can be seen through Mae Khong and Ruak River respectively. Accommodations are available for tourists who want to stay over night. Boats can be rented for trips along the Khong River.
           
           
          Chiang Rai was built in 1262 by King Mengrai, founder of the kingdom of Lanna Thai. It was twice occupied by Burma after 1648 and became part of Thailand again in 1786.
          Among Chiang Rai's main attractions are: Phra That Doi Tung where a shrine housing the Buddha's relics atop the 2000-metre Doi Tung attracts worshippers from Laos, Myanmar and Thailand; Chiang Saen Museum which contains ancient Buddha images and antiques; Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet; Mae Sai, a border town from where you can cross into Myanmar; serveral hilltribes living around Chiang Rai, Mae Chan, Mae Sai and along the Mae Kok River; elephant-riding in the forest; and rafting down the Mae Kok, reputed as one of the most scenic and unspoiled rivers of the world. 
           
          There are many main tribes around Chiang Rai, Mae Chan, Mae Sai and along Mae Kok River such as the Yao, the Akha, the Blue and White Maeo, Lisu, Lahu, Lahu Shi and Skaw and Karen. Each main group speaks its own language, follows animist customs (based on a belief in spirits) as well as adhering to other more recently adopted religious beliefs. Each of main tribes language, custom and production attracts tourists by its own mysterious charm. There is the Hilltribe Developments and Welfare Center in Amphoe Mae Chan, along the route to Doi Mae Salong. Hand-made handicraft including woven cloth products and silverware are for sale in the centre.
          Chiang Saen Lake
          To get to the lake, travel five kilometres from Chiang Saen along Highway No.1016, turning left at Km.27, for a further two kilometres. The lake's one square kilometre of water is home to waterfowl during the winter months. Accommodations are available.
          Doi Luang National Park
          Doi Luang National Park covers ares in Amphoe Phan, Amphoe Waing Pa Pao of Chiang rai, and some part of Lampang and Phayao. To get to the park is by taking Chiang Rai-Phayao Highway for 58 kms. to Ban Pu Kaeng, turn right at km.773 for another 9 kms. Main attraction is Namtok Pu Kaeng It is the largest waterfall in Chiang Rai, having strong current cascading all year round.

           Phra That Doi Tung

           


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