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Chiang Mai city Green Areas

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The green area in the City  Chiang Mai City, it classifies the green area under its management into 4 types:

1) recreational area and landscape attraction: 0.44 km2
2) multipurpose area: 0.78 km2

3) natural preservation area: 0.03 km2

4) green land strips: 0.03 km2

There is only a total area covering 0.78 km or 1.94% of the total municipal area or 3 m2

of green area for one resident, lower than the standard of 4 m per one resident.

This does not include the number of visitors or none residents that live here semi annually or annually like westerners on extended stay visas .

 
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