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The city of Chiang Mai is the biggest in Northern Thailand and was once the capital of the Lan Na Kingdom. It is located 700 kilometres north of Bangkok, is 300 meters above sea level and has a population of approximately 170,000 people, making it the second largest city in Thailand. It is widely understood to have a cultural heritage which stands alone from the rest of the country. Surrounding the city are large mountains, rivers, waterfalls and forests helping to contribute to the unique atmosphere of this region and its cool, dry climate.
The buildings in this city reflect the diverse cultural influences throughout its long history including Lan Na, Thai, Mon, and Burmese. There are more than 300 temples which are beautifully decorated with wooden carvings, including the impressive Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep which is located 1,300 meters above the city and is over 625 year old. Other famous temples include Wat Pra Singh and Wat Chiang Mun, the latter of which is said to be the oldest temple in the city dating back over 700 years.
Modern day Chiang Mai has been through a recent period of renovation but has managed to keep its unique cultural heritage. The region has what can broadly be described as a tropical climate, with a distinct monsoon season from May to November where temperatures vary between 19-30ºC/66-80ºF. For the rest of the year, cool air arriving from China gives the place a dry season with generally milder weather where temperatures range between 13-36ºC/55-97ºF.
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