Chiang Mai Lonely Planet

By | October 1, 2013
Over the last few years, Thailand has become one of the top global travel destinations that fascinates tourists from (every corner of the world,every corner of the globe,far off places}. The country is naturally blessed with so many exotic locations and offers its visitors an amazing array/assortment of travel experience that they’ll never forget.

Recently, Thailand has emerged as one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. Each year the number of visitors to this fantastic country has increased and millions of visitors visit this amazing beauty where the mysterious East meets the highly developed West. Why do people fall in love with Thailand?. Is it because the main reason is its culture as it is a land of many different characters ranging from beautiful mountain ranges in the north down to wonderful sun drenched tropical beaches in the south?.
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Chiang Mai generates 130 billion baht annually and this number is increasing, especially in the industrial and service sectors. while Lonely Planet magazine, also in 2011, ranked Chiang Mai as one of the top ten destinations for the year.

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And the city state flourished throughout the 15th century under the name Chiang Klang (Middle City), a reference to its position roughly midway between Chiang Mai (New City) and Chiang Thong (Golden City, which is today's Luang Prabang).