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TRAVEL & TOURISM
 

TAT’s new “Green & Slow” campaign

Members of the Chiang Mai Cycling Club joined forces with the TAT and the Chiang Mai Municipality to promote the use of bicycle tours and travel for tourists at Tha Pae Gate.

Nopniwat Krailerg
The Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Chiang Mai Municipality and the Chiang Mai Cycling Club were joined by Vice Governor Charoenrit Sanguansat at the opening of the new project “Green & Slow” to promote the use of bicycles by tourists for touring Chiang Mai city. The event saw cyclists start from Tha Pae Gate on Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 8 a.m. and travel around Ku Muang to return to Tha Pae Gate.
The organizations plan on holding a similar rally in Lamphun and Lampang which also have close knit historic communities and sites. The next one will see them travel by train to Lamphun, cycle to Haripunchai and take horse driven carriages around old Lampang. For more information contact TAT Chiang Mai Office Tel. 053-276140-2.


3D Painting museum opens in Chiang Mai

First in the North

Visitors are encouraged to interact with the 3D paintings that fill the museum.

Yutapoom Bunruang
Chiang Mai art lovers now have a new museum to enjoy with the opening of the first 3D painting museum in the North and only the second in Thailand on July 12, 2013.
Art in Paradise Chiang Mai Co., Ltd. opened its 2nd 3D painting museum of and biggest in the world on Chang Klan Road. The museum was established by Jang Kyu Suk along with Korean professional artists who contributed almost 130 3D paintings that are so realistic that visitors need to touch them to check they are not real. In fact, visitors are encouraged to interact with the paintings.
Art in Paradise is open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets for adults are 180 baht and children 120 baht. For more information Tel. 053-274100.


Rainy season specials at the Chiang Mai Night Safari

Dr. Sarawut Srisakun announces the introduction of a new promotion to attract visitors to Chiang Mai in the “Green Season”.

The Chiang Mai Night Safari plans on offering special value priced promotions to attract visitors during the rainy season this year, Dr. Sarawut Srisakun, CEO of the Night Safari announced on June 27, 2013.
The “Traveling, Eating, Shopping and Resting” promotion will be available from July to September and will work to promote travel during the Green Season with the cooperation of hotels, restaurants and Robinson Department Store in Chiang Mai.
There will be discount coupons worth 100 baht for adults and 50 baht for children to the Night Safari for any visitor who stays at one of the partner hotels including the RatiLanna Riverside Spa Resort Chiang Mai, Centara Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai, Holiday Inn Chiangmai Hotel, The Harbour Community Mall etc. The coupon will also give users up to a 50% discount for accommodation in the Chiang Mai Night Safari Resort and 10-20% for discount in restaurant partners. For more information tell. 053999000, 053-999010. (PR)


Wedding Fair at Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel

Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel hosted a wedding fair at its Convention Center from July 6 with 13 leading wedding studios and jewelry shops providing booths with themes ranging from Marina, Be Love, Cherish and Harmony. Sayan Yongyuth (middle), General Manager of the Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel was joined by staff and models wearing the latest fashions in wedding attire including elaborate wedding gowns and jewelry.


 
HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]

TAT’s new “Green & Slow” campaign

3D Painting museum opens in Chiang Mai

Rainy season specials at the Chiang Mai Night Safari

Wedding Fair at Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel