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Cocktails and Wine Bars

Darling The Wine Pub

49/21 Huay Kaew Rd., Muang, Chiang Mai 

5pm - 12pm Closed Mondays

Club Martini & Shisa Bar
3rd Floor @ Tawan Trendy Mall,

86 Sridonchai Rd., T.Changklan, A.Muang, Chiangmai, Thailand 501000
Tel:086 431 7250

Glass Onion Bar
61/2 Soi 17 Nimmanhaemin Rd., Muang, Chiang Mai

Tel: 053-218479

Horn Bar (Hotel Bar)
Mandarin Oriental , Chiang Mai - San Kamphaeng Rd., Chiang Mai
Tel:053-888888 Ext. 8623    6pm - 12 pm

Mix Bar (Hotel Bar)
Dusit D2 Hotel, 100 Chang Klan Rd., Muang, Chiang Mai 50100
Tel:053-999999     11am - 1am

Terrace Bar (Hotel Bar)
Chedi Hotel, 123 Charoen Prathet Rd., Muang, Chiang Mai
Tel:053-253333 Fax: +66 (0)53-253352



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       ited in mid-town, Wat Phra That Hariphunchai was built during the reign of King Arthitayarat, a descendant of Queen Chamthewi some 800 years ago.A principal landmark is the 46-metre tall golden Chedi which contains a hair of the Lord Buddha, having nine-tiered umbrella, made of gold weighing approximately 6,498.75 grams...

Chiang Rai

      on the bank of the Kok River within town area, contains what is believed to be the oldest Holy Relic even before King Mengrai built Chiang Rai. Doi Chom Thong has been a sacred site for aextremely long time. The site was surely reverenced as the home of local spirits before Buddhism arrived in the area.