Lanna Pha-Sin Exhibition (Teen Jok) – will be held
at Chiang Mai Art Museum. A textile weaving demonstration will be provided
by experts from Mae Jam with many products on sale. For more info call:
053-2198336 during office hours. Open 8.30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed Mondays.
Chiang Mai Rose Days – Suan Buakhaad Park
(south-west corner of the walled city) is having a celebration of the
world’s favorite flower, with exhibitions, cultural performances and
competitions. Displays will also appear at the Macro Superstores. For more
info call: 053-248604.
Flower Blooming Exhibition at Baan Pong – Maejo
University will organize this flower blooming exhibition from 15th December,
2006 – 15th January, 2007. For more information, please call 053-273071
Lift & Rift – Duo exhibition of young talented
artist, Kitikong Tilokwattanotai and Luck Maisalee will be on display at Art
Space Ji-Qoo (Soi 5 Nimmanhaemin Rd.) from December 1-24. For more
information, call 053-894250, write to [email protected] or visit
Annual Rose Show 2006 – The annual rose will be
held from 22nd to 24th December at the JJ Market, on Assadathorn Road from 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. As part of the event, a rose contest will be held as well as
exhibition on rose growing and rose types. Exhibition on “Rose at the Phu
Ping Palace” and “Princess Dararassami and Chulalongkorn Rose” will be
on display as well. For more in formation, call 081-4720242.
IT Gift Fair 2007- Pantip Plaza Chiang Mai will
organize the “IT Gift Fair 2007” from 15th – 20th December at Activity
Hall, 1st floor, Pantip Plaza. The fair will start at 10.00 a.m. IT
accessories such as digital camera, MP3 player, flash drive, mobile phone,
pocket PC, and so on will be offered at special prices. Not only IT
accessories, but also many entertaining activities. For more information,
please call 053-288383, Fax 053-288377.
JJ Side Walk Sale – A side walk street market will
be conducted on every Friday 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. at JJ markets (behind Tesco
Lotus Khamtieng) For more info. Tel: 0 5323 1524.
Thai Culture Exhibition – An exhibition of ‘Old
Collection of Siam’ from National Museums around Thailand until July 07 at
Chiang Mai National Museum. Tel: 0 5322 1308.
Free Live Museum – There will be seminars on Lanna
cloth, Lanna arts & culture, crafts, handmade products and an exhibition
on the history of the Lanna leaders & important people in the past. This
event will be held from now – 31st December from 8.30 a.m. – 6 p.m. at
the Center for The Promotion of Arts & Culture Chiang Mai University.
For more information call 053-943624-8
Chiang Mai Brand Fair- A product fair is being held
from now on to January 31st January, 2007 at Anusarn Market on Chang Klan
Road, featuring shops with many products such as handicrafts, clothes,
knick-knacks all at more or less inexpensive prices.
Jazz Me to the Moon No. 2 - Time for a Jazz Concert
with Exclusive Cocktail Party “Jazz Me to the Moon” on 23rd December,
2006 at Hinlay Curry Hours, 6 – 11 p.m. Colonial House, Bennivas, Wat Ket
Delectable Food, Lovely Wine, Passionate Music, Adorable Night Enchanting
Performance by Angelita Li, Eldee Young (Backed up by Big Boy & Friends)
Ticket available now at 1,800 baht
HM the King photographic exhibition – Rarely seen
photographs taken when HM the King visited Chiang Mai will be on display
from December 1, 2006 to January 31, 2007 at Denchai Trading building, the
Live music on the terrace - The 1st Friday of every
month, dinner and live entertainment beginning at 7 p.m., at The Gymkhana
Club, 349 Chiang Mai, Lamphun Road. For more info visit
www.thaigolfcourses.net or www.cheingmaigymkhana.com, Ph: 0 5324 1035, 0
5324 7352 or e-mail [email protected]
Chiang Mai Hash House Harriers have been running and
drinking on Saturdays since 1991. We have excellent runs in the most
beautiful area in Southeast Asia and plenty of ice cold beer to slake your
thirst. Join us for a run or simply to take part in the social activities
with Hashers of our community and their families. Further details are
available on www.thai-american.com/hhh/csh3.asp.
A Free Concert every Friday night from 5 p.m. – 8
p.m. at Suan Buak Hard Park, Daniel Shultz 081-9526487 or
[email protected] A free concert at Suan Buak Hard Park, on the south
end of the moat. Playing contemporary Christian music, with dance and
occasionally drama. All Christians and non Christians invited. Other
Christian musicians, actors, and dancers are invited to join in.
Power Pro Meeting-every 1st and 4th Wednesday of the moth
– starts 6.30 p.m., at Nam Sai Jai Jing Radio Station, 115/1-5
Rachadamnoen Rd., Phrasingh sub-district (next to Lanna Architecture
Center). Thai with English translation. Chiang Mai Power Pro Club, a non
profit club, aims to help young working people expand friendships and
improve their quality of working life here. There will be seminars and work
shops on careers, working life and more. The topic will change every
meeting, call to check for the next speaker at 081-6815431 or 086-1938384
Informal Northern Thai Group – every second Tuesday
of each month, starts 7.30 p.m., At Charoen Prathet Rd., Allicance Fracaise,
053-213972, [email protected] or visit the Information Northern Thai
Group has been hosting a series of monthly talks since 1984, about many
aspects of Thailand, South East Asia or Asia. Everyone is welcome. Also you
are welcome to suggest topics or to make any other suggestions or email to
ask for next talk topic at [email protected] Also you can go to
http://www.intgcm.thehostserver.com/diary.htm to check out the date and time
of the next meeting.
Jewish Family Club – we would like to share
shabbat, holidays and other times. We know there is Chabad in Chiangmai, and
that they do an excellent job for the Israelis and young traveler who are
generally here temporarily. We welcome people from the entire Jewish
spectrum, including mixed couples and families. We live centrally in the
Nimmenhaemin area. If you are interested, please call Becky or Larry at 084
8105530 or 053 400228 or [email protected]
Accommodation Business Owners’ Register – We
would like to invite hotels, guest houses, etc., to register on the Chiang
Mai Housing Bureau’s website www.cnxtourism.com in preparation for the
International Horticultural Exposition Ratchaphruek 2006. The aim is to
provide an accommodation service for tourists who will visit the event and
support the many activities that will be happening in Chiang Mai. For more
information and application forms, contact Chiang Mai Tourism Business
Association on 0 5381 9314-5.
Chiang Mai Expats Club. Meets every 2nd and 4th
Saturday of the month at the Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel on Huey Kaew Road at
10.30 a.m. For more info, email [email protected],
LuckyDogs Club (a non-profit activity of LuckyDogs
Ltd.) has moved to new premises, only 5 km from the old site. Bigger kennels
with wider running space for play and exercise. For more information contact
Nienke Parma, MD LuckyDogs, at 08 9997 8146 or email: [email protected]
The Chiengmai Gymkhana Club – Dinner and live music
on the terrace. For more information contact 053-241035, 053-247352,
[email protected], or visit at www.chiengmaigymkhana.com. This event
will be held starting at 7 a.m. on the 1st Friday of every month at the
Chiengmai Gymkhana Club.
Nimman House Thai Massage – Nimman House offers you
considerable relief from stress while helping restore physical flexibility
which invigorates the union of mind and body. By stimulating blood
circulation Thai Massage bolsters the nervous system. Our staff of masseurs
and masseuses at Nimman House are well trained and experienced in a range of
techniques—General Body Massage, Foot Massage, Oil Massage and Face
Massage on Nimmanhaemin Rd. Open daily 10.30 a.m. – 10.00 p.m. Tel/Fax: 0
5321 8109, 08 19987165.
Oasis Spa - For a spa experience like no other, allow
us to pamper you in your own private garden villa orchestrated to delight
all your senses. We operate without the pretentious air you’ll often find
at other spas, treating both our staff and guests as members of our family.
We’ve hand picked some of the best massage therapists not only for
their unique and superior skills, but also for their genuine desire to take
good care of their guests in the middle of the city with 4 different
locations. Open daily 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. For more information please call 0
5381 5000. Free Transportation.
Dining and Restaurants
Pizza Pizza is the Italian “deli” in Chiang Mai
Center (near Thapae Gate), uses only fresh and healthy ingredients with the
very best of Italian tradition. Here you can come for a pizza, a sandwich
made of fresh home made bread, a salad, a gelato, a milk shake or simply an
authentic espresso coffee. Locals, expats and tourists alike gather in this
friendly and relaxing atmosphere now also offering free internet for
customer use. Check out http://pizzapizza.zip.io Tel: 08 9498 0203.
Downunder – The authentic taste of Australia has
arrived in Chiang Mai. Big, Juicy Aussie Steaks, Aussie Beer and Wine or
fine Thai cuisine served by the friendliest staff in Thailand at Downunder
prices on Nimmanhamin Rd. (Near Soi 11). Open 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tel: 0 5389
Noi’s Kitchen Restaurant & Jungle Story Travel
– Serving Western, Thai & Vegetarian food, as well as excellent
coffee at cheap prices with beautiful a garden. The only tree shaded
Restaurant on Thapae Rd., Services include accommodation, travel agency,
rental cars, and internet cafe. For more information or reservations call 08
1696 5834, 0 5327 2244.
Farang Ses restaurant at Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi
offers delicious Foie Gras and other tantalizing delicacies which are paired
with a world class selection of wines and impeccable service to provide you
with a truly extraordinary dining experience. Farang Ses is open daily from
7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Advance reservations required, call Tel: 0 5388 8888 ext.
8997 or 8549.
Sunday Brunch at the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
at the Lanna Terrace Cooking School from 11.30 a.m. – 3 p.m. 1,500 baht
per person, children between 8 and 12 years 750 baht. A scrumptious feast of
live action stations featuring favorite cuisines from around the world.
Reservations recommended. Tel 0 5329 8181 or e-mail
Le Crystal October Promotion - lets you experience
finest French Cuisine, special set lunch menu. Only 550++ (With choices)
Compliment with a glass of fruit punch. Tea time set at baht 350 net
including one glass of sparkling wine per person. 6 course Degustation
Dinner Menu at Baht 1,800++ including French Wines 2,800++. Open daily Lunch
: 11.30 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Dinner 6 p.m. – 10.30 p.m. Free Transportation
to and from the airport and hotel. For more information or reservations
please call 0 5387 2890-1.
My Home, eat and feel at home at ‘My Home’
with daily specials: Burmese chicken or Burmese goat. Open daily from 11
a.m. – 9 p.m. Parking available. 328/1 Charoenrad Rd. Watket sub-district,
Muang. Tel. 0 5324 2505, Fax: 0 5324 2506.
The Riverside Bar & Restaurant, experience
excellent cuisine, both Thai and western, in an atmospheric, dreamy setting
overlooking the Ping River. Soft live piano and guitar music in the early
evening followed by three quality bands as the night rolls on. Board the
nightly cruise boat at 7.15 p.m. for a romantic and idyllic dining
experience or charter a boat for your own private party. Open daily from 10
a.m. - 1 a.m. 9-11 Charoenrad Road. For reservations Tel. 0 5324 3239.
Le Soliles, French Restaurant at 35 Chang Moi Soi
2, only 2 minutes from Tapae Gate, invites you to enjoy delicious French
cuisine like, “Coq au Vin” and home made deserts such as “Creme
Brulee” at very affordable prices. Open from Monday to Saturday for lunch
11:30 am-2 pm and Dinner, 6 pm-10 pm. Reservations: 053 232468.”
Chiang Mai Comedara Colonial House Restaurant and Art
Gallery, serving Northern Thailand’s favorite dishes at very
affordable prices while soaking up the atmosphere, enjoy live music. When
you finish your meal, enjoy a tour of the Art Gallery where there is a
magnificent collection from local artists. Open daily from 11.00 a.m. -
12.00 p.m. 193 Charoenrat Road, Watket, Muang. Tel. 0 5324 8751-2.
Golden Trumpet Cafe & Restaurant, serving
healthy cuisine with an emphasis on nutritional value created from fresh
organic fruits and vegetables. Thai & Western Meals, Fruit Juices,
Enzyme Drinks, Coffee & tea. Open daily from 9.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
119/4 Tha Pae Rd. Tel. 0 5327 9262.
I-TIM, the International Hotel and Tourism
Industry Management School is now accepting applications for the January
2007 intake. I-TIM offers a two-year diploma program in Hotel & Tourism
Management and a one year certificate in Hotel & Tourism Operations.
Salaried overseas internships are available in the second year of the
diploma program and scholarships are available for both Thai and foreign
students. For further information visit www.i-tim.ac.th or phone 0 2732
Art Space Community Sessions every Saturday from
10 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. focusing on life models. Everyone is welcome to join.
Newsprint and butcher’s paper provided, please bring all other materials.
A great way to get involved in the local art community and meet new people
while developing your skills. Beginners are welcome! Painting and drawing
classes are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact Chadwick:
[email protected] or 08 4041 7982.
Movie Schedule Chiang Mai
Interested in what is shown at ALL theaters in Chiang
Mai? Check this out: http:// www.movieseer.com/DisplayPerDay.asp?Channel=2.
It has all the movies and times at all the theaters in Chiang Mai.
Art films at CMU. Free movies every Saturday at
6.30 p.m. on the Media Arts and Design Building Roof Top at CMU Arts Museum.
More information at 0 5394 4846, ext 22.
German Open Air Cinema – Free admission German
Open Air Cinema, The Goethe-Insitut Thailand invites you to experience yet
another style of film; German films with English subtitles, which provide
you with reality based visions and imaginations on human relationship that
together one life warms another, at the same time. Every Wednesday from
December 13, 2006 to February 14, 2007 at 7.30 p.m. More information: