Chiang Mai
Thailand
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Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Thunderstorms
05:46

19:02
+07
Thunderstorms
min.24°C
  • Wind: 23 km/h SSW
  • Humidity: 81%
  • Precip. probability: 80%
  • Precipitation: 2 mm
  • UV index: 0
Thunderstorms this evening followed by occasional showers overnight. Low around 25C. SSW winds at 15 to 30 km/h, decreasing to 5 to 10 km/h. Chance of rain 80%.
Mostly Cloudy
17:35 +07
Mostly Cloudy
  • 31°C
  • Feels like: 36°C
  • Wind: 24 km/h S
  • Humidity: 63%
  • Dewpoint: 23°C
  • Pressure: 1005.1 mbar
  • Precipitation: 0 mm
  • Visibility: 10 km
  • UV index: 1
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18h
  • 26°C
Thunderstorms
Thunderstorms
  • Wind: 24 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 67%
19h
  • 27°C
Scattered Thunderstorms
Scattered Thunderstorms
  • Wind: 20 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 43%
Sunset: 19:02
20h
  • 28°C
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
  • Wind: 17 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 24%
21h
  • 28°C
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
  • Wind: 16 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 23%
22h
  • 27°C
Cloudy
Cloudy
  • Wind: 11 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 4%
23h
  • 26°C
Cloudy
Cloudy
  • Wind: 9 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 16%
0h
  • 26°C
Cloudy
Cloudy
  • Wind: 6 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 24%
1h
  • 26°C
Isolated Thunderstorms
Isolated Thunderstorms
  • Wind: 6 km/h SSW
  • Precip. probability: 34%
2h
  • 26°C
Showers
Showers
  • Wind: 6 km/h SW
  • Precip. probability: 37%
Chiang Mai is translated to "New City" and is the biggest city in the mountainous region of northern Thailand. Chiang Mai is the official capital city of the province of Chiang Mai. The city was established in 1296 and was once the capital city of the kingdom of Lan Na. Chiang Mai is conveniently located in proximity to the Ping River as well as other major trade routes.
Chiang Mai is home to the beautiful Old City region, which still features remains and ruins from the ancient times, which represent the history and development of the people and city of Chiang Mai. The walls and moats herein are a representation of Chiang Mai city as a cultural and religious center. Several intricately designed Buddhist temples also reign here, for instance, the Wat Phra Singh Temple from the fourteenth century and the carved serpent-themed Wat Chedi Luang of the fifteenth century.
On the outskirts of the Old City in Chiang Mai, the busy Nimmanhaemin Road is home to numerous sophisticated, intricate boutiques and beautiful galleries with beautiful art and craftworks being sold. This area attracts many tourists who want to catch a few souvenirs as they tour Chiang Mai. Another such spot is the Night Bazaar, a vast region of open-air markets that offer the best trades in beautiful silky handicrafts, fine silverware, as well as stunning lacquerware.
On the same area, the street is lined with cafes, food shops, and restaurants, which serve the tasty local dishes like khao soi - virtually a bowl of egg curry and noodles. More local meals like the khantoke are served around town, complete and served n lowly tables in teak pavilions. These are enjoyed along with beautiful Thai music and dance presentations.
Within Chiang Mai, there is also a provision for a way through for treks and trails into the mountains close by, where visitors get to visit stunning temples, engage in elephant training, as well as the nearby rehabilitation camps and visits to the isolated villages of the hill tribes.

When to visit Chiang Mai

With its mountainous placement, Chiang Mai experiences a tropical savannah climate mostly because of the low latitude as well as the mild elevation. The climate is characterized by days that range between warm and hot all year round and nights that are cool with tolerable temperature. Chiang Mai experiences two major seasons - the wet, rainy season and the dry season.
The rainy season, from May to November, is usually typical of hot, humid days and cool, tolerable nights. The most torrential rains are experienced in September.
The dry season, from December to April, is characterized by mild temperature during the day and cold weather at night.
In February, for three days, Chiang Mai holds the Flower Festival which is also referred to as the "Rose of the North" amid colorful displays of flowers that are blossoming during the time. It also involves dancers and dressing up shows as well as various indigenous flower exhibitions.
In April, Chiang Mai celebrates the Songkran / Thai New year amid all the colorfulness and festivities that involve good food parties, music, and dance shows across the entire Chiang Mai, with a culmination of dazzling fireworks. In November, the Loi Krathong, also known as the festival of lights is celebrated. Thousands of small lit candles are set afloat on the rivers during this celebration.
  • de: Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • en: Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • es: Provincia de Chiang Mai, Tailandia
  • ru: Чианг Май, Таиланд
  • sr: Čang Mai, Tajland
  • zh: 清迈府, 泰国
  • Latitude: 18.787747°
  • Longitude: 98.993128°
  • Elevation: 312 m
  • Current time: 18:01 +07
  • Sunrise: 05:46 +07
  • Sunset: 19:02 +07
  • Timezone: Asia/Bangkok
  • Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Mai @ Wikipedia
  • Doi Suthep–Pui National Park - forested national park featuring a Buddhist temple, Bhubing Palace, wildlife, waterfalls and more.
  • Chiang Mai Zoo - sizable zoo and aquarium with a snow dome, food court, panda exhibit, and kids’ water park.
  • Chiang Mai Night Safari - large zoo with many animal species, day and evening tram safari rides, kids' activities and shows.
  • Chiang Mai Night Bazaar - chiang Mai Night Bazaar or just Night Bazaar is directly east of the city moat, between it and the Ping River, on Chang Khlan Road, between Tha Phae and Sridonchai Roads
  • Wat Umong - historic Buddhist temple complex with woods, a small lake, ancient tunnels and practicing monks.
  • Wat Suan Dorg - buddhist temple in tranquil surrounds with a golden dome, ornate interior, and historic mausoleum.
  • Bhubing Palace - elegant royal residence on stilts with a notable rose garden, open to the public most of the year.
  • Wiang Kum Kam - tours are available of these brick ruins of an ancient city and temple in serene surrounds.
  • Royal Park Rajapruek - landscaped grounds featuring flowers, plants, and sculptures, plus an elegant commemorative chapel.
  • Grand Canyon Chiang Mai - water park featuring an inflatable obstacle course, slides, a small zip line, and wakeboarding.
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