Vol. VIII No. 50 - Tuesday  December 15 - December 21, 2009
Dining Out & Entertainment
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 Chiang Mai creates world’s largest lantern in honor of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej

The world’s largest Khom Luang Lanna lantern is displayed at the event in honor of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 82nd birthday which took place between December 1 and 5 at the 80th Anniversary Commemoration Public Park.

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Chiang Mai Zoo opens newly restored orangutan display zone

Orangutans at the Chiang Mai zoo can now enjoy their newly refurbished and orangutan friendly enclosure. The enclosure has been expanded to suit orangutan’s need for space. Tanapat Pongpamorn, the President of Chiang Mai Zoo, presided over the opening of the zoo’s newly restored orangutan display zone on December 10.

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Baby Hippo missing from Chiang Mai Night Safari found dead

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Bo Sang Umbrella and Handicraft Festival to be held in January

The Bo Sang Umbrella and Handicraft Festival, held on the 3rd Friday of January every year, is scheduled to run from the 15th to the 19th of January in 2010.

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Big Bike Week 2009

87 riders and a total of 118 people participated in the annual Chiang Mai Bike Week 2009 that took place on Sunday December 7.

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Rico de Rica

When one of the best chefs in Chiang Mai (Marco of Chez Marco) recommended Rico de Rica to me I knew that, at the very least, it would be worth a visit. That is something of an understatement. This small and stylish eating place is worth marking off as a regular dining out venue. It is basically Japanese but with an intriguing dash of Spanish ‘fusion’ in the menu: an unusual combination.

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Thailand off to winning start in U-19 Challenge Cup

The home fans were in full voice last Wednesday as Thailand opened the 2009 Asian U-19 Challenge Cup cricket tournament with an impressive win over the Maldives at the Gymkhana ground in Chiang Mai.

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