|CHIANG MAI - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
CHIANG MAI PROVINCE, Experience the merging of the past into the present in Chiang Mai where locals are proud of the citys 700-year history. Its rich traditional heritage and unique culture is a perfect foundation for the development of the city. Chiang Mai is one of the few places in Thailand where it is possible to find in the heart of the city centuries-old chedis and temples next to modern convenience stores and boutique hotels.
|CHIANG RAI - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
CHIANG RAI, The northernmost province of Thailand is about 785 kilometers north of Bangkok. Situated on the Kok River basin, Chiang Rai covers an area of approximately 11,678 square meters with an average elevation of 580 meters above sea level. The province, which is located within the renowned Golden Triangle area where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand converge, is also known as the gateway to Myanmar, Laos and Southern China.
|KAMPHAENGPHET - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
KAMPHAENGPHET, located in the Lower North on the bank of the Ping River, Kamphaeng Phet is 358 kilometres from Bangkok. To its East are riverine flatlands while the western areas are made up of high mountains lush with fertile forests where a number of national parks have been established. Areas along the river bank at present-day Mueang district used to host several ancient towns which had played a major role as strategic front-line frontiers
|LAMPANG - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Famous for its horse-drawn carriages and with a rooster as its provincial emblem, Lampang boasts a long history of human settlements on the Wang River basin
|LAMPHUN - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Legend handed down for more than 1,400 years refer to this ancient town as Hariphunchai. Its first ruler was Queen Chamthewi who was of Mon extraction
|MAEHONGSON - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
MAE HONG SON is nestled in a deep valley hemmed in by high mountain ranges, Mae Hong Son has long been isolated from the outside world. Virtually
|NAKHONSAWAN - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Nakhon Sawan Province, also known as Pak Nam Pho is where the rivers of Ping, Wang, Yom, and Nan converge and form the Chao Phraya River
|NAN - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
A quiet and tranquil province, Nan nestles in a verdant valley in northern Thailand. About 668 kilometres from Bangkok, it covers an area of 11,472 square kilometres
|PHAYAO - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though with only modest facilities and conveniences, it is an enchanting community with delightful natural beau
|PHETCHABUN - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
PHETCHABUN 346 kilometres from Bangkok, Phetchabun borders on three regions, the North, the Central and the Northeast. The central part of the province
|PHICHIT - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Phichit Situated in the Lower North some 345 kilometres from Bangkok, Pichit is accessible by both road and rail. Nurtured by two rivers, the Yom and the Nan running parallel to one another north to south
|PHITSANULOK - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
PHITSANULOK Covering some 105,815 square kilometers, Phitsanulok is 377 kilometers north of Bangkok. It borders Uttaradit Province on the North
|PHRAE - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
PHRAE An old and important community of Northern Thailand, Phrae was founded after Chiang Mai had been established as the capital of the Lanna Thai kingdom.
|SUKHOTHAI - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Sukhothai Found in the 13th century, Sukhothai (literally means Dawn of Happiness) was the first truly independent Thai Kingdom
|TAK - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
TAK Province On traveling to Tak Province, expect to discover a place with long history, where natural wonders are magnificently enhanced by ethnic diversity.
|UTTARADIT - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
A province in the Lower North, Uttradit has a long history developing through the years since pre-historic time.
|UTHAITHANI - NORTH THAILAND PROVINCE |
Uthai Thani is a province abundant in natural resources, such as forests and wildlife. Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Reserve here was proclaimed a Nautral World Heritage Site