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Chiang Mai

Events & Festivals

Industrial Fair

Date : January 28 – February 6, 2011
Venue : Industrial Promotion Center section 1, Wat Gate locality, Muang district, Chiang Mai

Activities : Industrial Fair is organized to publish and promote small and medium enterprises  (SMEs) to all Northern.

For more information :
TAT Chiang Mai office Tel. 0 5324 8640, 0 5324 8607


Chiang Mai China Town

Date: February 4-6, 2011 at 9 am to 12 pm
Venue: Chiang Mai Province

Highlight Activities:
- Giant auspicious oranges basket
- Kung Fu show from Gwang Si city, China (Supported by Tourism Thailand)
- Fire Dragon and Lion show

For more information:
TAT Chiang Mai office Tel. 0 5324 8604, 0 5324 8607


Flowers and garden trees Fair, Chiang Mai

Date: February 4-6, 2011
Venue: from Nawarat Bridge to Nong Buak Had public park, Chiang Mai

Activities: Flowers and garden trees exhibition and contest, Miss Blossoms, Miss International Blossoms ans flowers decorated parade, Guad Mua, communities’ products distribution of Chiang Mai, Music and performances in garden, Flowers Decorated Street, Foods Fair etc.

For more information:
Tourism Thailand, Chiang Mai office Tel. 0 5324 8624, 0 5324 8607


Reggae & Ska International Music Festival # 6

Date : January 21-23, 2011
Venue : Huay Tung Tao, Chaing Mai

Activities : Reggae & Ska concert, Global warming exhibition

For more information :
TAT Chaing Mai office Tel. 0 5361 2982-3


Boh Sang umbrella and San Kampang handicraft festival

Date : January 21-23, 2011
Venue : Boh Sang handicraft communities, Ton pao locality, San Kampang district, Chiang Mai

Activities : Women riding “Kang Jong” bicycle parade, Arts and Cultural parade, arch decoration and contest, Miss Boh Sang Umbrellla contest and many entertainment activities

For more information :
Ton Pao district municipal office Tel. 0 5333 8048-9
Tourism Thailand, Chiang Mai office Tel. 0 5324 8604, 0 5324 8607


Chiang Mai Amateur Golf Week

Date : January 23, 2011 - January 29, 2011
Category: Golf Tournaments Suitable for: Single traveler, Couple, Group , First time travelers, Adults, Woman, Senior
Admission Charge: Yes - Adult: 33,995 THB
- Remark: PACKAGE INCLUDES 6 night's accommodation in Chiang Mai at the 3+ star Centara Duangtawan Hotel with daily breakfast 4 tournament rounds of golf (72 holes) at 4 different golf courses 1 caddie
Parking Car: Yes Parking
Bus: Yes
Scale: International


Chiang Mai Arts and Culture Festival

Date : April 1, 2010 - April 9, 2010

Events Detail : Viewing folk music performances of the North and international music in a relaxing atmosphere, Symphonic Orchestra, Lanna puppet performance, performances of international dramatic arts as well as cultural show from different regions. Different communities of Chiang Mai showcase their long inherited traditions e.g. New Year of the North, novice ordination tradition at Wat Pa Pao, Klong Luang (drum) beating contest, and exhibitions of art. Enjoy shopping for local products in the Lanna-style Kat Mua (market), observe the Lanna New Year tradition, enjoy local performances at Khwuang Watthanatham, and Lanna Thai competition at the Memorial of the Three Kings.


Chiang Mai Songkran Festival

Date : April 11, 2010 - April 15, 2010

Event Detail : The unique Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai lasts for 3 days. The first day (April 13 - Wan Sangkhan Long) is supposed to be the time for people to have their body, mind, home and surroundings cleaned. April 14 is called “Wan Nao”, which means a day of making merit in various ways; such as, offer sand to the temples, build Chedis, and conservative style of water splashing. April 15 or “Wan Phra Ya Wan” is a time for people to listen to the monk’s sermon, give wooden poles to support the great Bo tree, perform a bathing rite for Buddha images and monks, and enshrine the ashes of the ancestors, release birds and fish, pay respect to elders and ask for their blessing, as well as splash water on each other. During that time, the city area will be decorated with Lanna style arts for welcoming the event.


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