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Chiang Mai celebrates 719th birthday

Chiang Mai people gathered together in front of Three Kings Monument on April 12 to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the city by King Mengrai.

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Chiang Mai residents gathered at Three Kings Monument on April 12 at 8:30 a.m. to mark the 719th anniversary of the founding of Chiang Mai by King Mengrai.

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Surin tops the list for Songkran deaths in first six days

On April 14, the sixth of the “Seven Deadly Days of Songkran” the North Eastern province of Surin saw the highest numbers of deaths at 15 killed. Nationwide 306 people have been killed and 3,070 injured.

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Energy Minister expects power usage to peak from April 23 to 25
Community activist group asks Governor to reduce the number of stages
U.K. Honorary Consulate to close May 16
Government launches new airport shuttle bus
Anantara launches new restaurant with lavish dinner

The new/old restaurant at Anantara Chiang Mai launched with a fabulous 1920’s theme complete with waiters in knickerbockers, waitresses in flapper style dresses, wingtip shoes, stylish watches and a secret room with a door hidden in the bookcases.

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Jacques thought maybe this was for ladyboys.

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Prem hosts Model UN conference

Prem Tinsulanonda International School hosted the biggest-ever Chiang Mai Model United Nations conference (CMMUN) from 20 to 21 March 2015. The theme of the conference was "Human Rights: Freedom from fear"

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Thailand to host Asia’s first Travel Blog Exchange in October

Amazing Thailand – The Farang’s Guide for Good Living in the Land of Smiles

Care for Dogs >>

Lulu only asks for a chance at her forever happiness!
Hill tribe children are the “Spirit of Cricket”

The emergence of a generation of talented young hill tribe players has been one of the most encouraging developments in Thailand cricket over the last few years and this has recently been recognized by the Asian Cricket Council who have announced that the Hill Tribe Cricketers of Northern Thailand were the winners of their Spirit of Cricket Award.

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Classic films to be screened in Narathiwat’s 100th anniversary

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Public Health Min content with emergency responses during Songkran
Apartment and single house prices rise in Q1


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General Manager of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Titiya Chooto with members of the Chamber Music Quartet led by Tassana Nagajavira (far left) at the end of the concert. Funds raised from the performance will be donated to the Chiang Mai Provincial Red Cross in this annual concert.



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Thailand needs new energy sources

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OTOP products well-received by Myanmar shoppers

Agriculture Min devising organic farming strategy to boost product values


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Tourism boom expected by Songkran holidays

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TAT promotes tour packages on workdays

Rescue units on standby as thunderstorm predicted in 40 provinces

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