There are many interesting shops hidden in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, such as this Kober vintage, which I found when I walked away. The doorway was open, and there were all kinds of sophisticated second-hand clothes and retro cups. An old motorcycle was placed in a place where space was not big.
Chiang Mai, known as the "Northern Rose", is a small and comfortable town. Chedi Dragon Temple, Ssangyong Temple and Suthep Mountain are all not to be missed. Here you can stroll through the ancient city, visit the night market, taste local cuisine, live luxury hotels, learn Thai food, enjoy authentic spas, and the small fresh art style of Ningman Road!
During the New Year, I had the opportunity to see the costumes in the ancient city of Chiang Mai. After visiting the two famous temples, it was only 9:00. After we went to 7-11 to buy breakfast, we were ready to stroll around. When I got out of the convenience store, I saw it at the tip of my eye. A group of parade of gorgeous costumes, I picked up the SLR and chased it! After a typical Thai-style emperor stayed for a half, the woman splits the flowers and the willows, and the boys are away from us. Fortunately, the team of the costume parade went very slowly, and the newcomers smiled all the way along the way.
In the center of the old city, I feel back to the 14th century. I think that is because the temple is still full of aura and charm.
Don't look for it, it's a street, and another golden Buddha temple appears in front of you. One of the luckiest things about Chiang Mai's trip is that you don't have to look for it, you will meet people and things worthy of record. For example, the photo that is currently being the head of the cap, not everyone is as lucky as I can meet the costume parade. For example, this monk, he has a temperament of Buddhahood.
I nodded to him and asked him if I could shoot him. He smiled and agreed. Under the glory, his smile was mysterious and long.
The Ancient City of Chiang Mai was built in 1296 and is square-shaped. Its city wall is about 1.5 kilometers long each. Part of the original walls and a moat are preserved. The Ancient City of Chiang Mai is an important part of Thai cultural heritage and also a fascinating place. There are many ruins in the Ancient City of Chiang Mai. Traditional Thai temples and pagodas are its features, and most can be visited for free. The Ancient City is also full of life. It is home to different hotels, B&Bs, restaurants, and cafes. There are also lively markets on the weekends, so you get a glimpse into the daily lives of people in Chiang Mai.