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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Safety plan for tourists in the forests and mountains

A training demonstration was held for members of the foreign diplomatic corps, police, rescue units, government officials and members of the public sector.

The Tourist Police Division has implemented a new policy for safety for tourists and as part of that policy held training sessions with government authorities, the private sector and rescue units in Northern Thailand and Bangkok.

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Police arrest 3 northern drug traffickers in Bangkok

Region 5 police announced the arrest of three alleged drug traffickers arrested in Chiang Rai on January 26, 2015 with 288,000 methamphetamine pills, 19.5 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and 121,500 baht in cash.

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Emergency Call booths set up around the city
Chiang Mai to host Sugar Cane Technologists Congress in 2016
Japanese Film Festival February 13 – 21 at Central Festival

  FEATURES  
 
Fun day out for children in Chiang Mai

Children around Chiang Mai had a wonderful day out on their special day on January 10, 2015. Kids got free entrance into the Chiang Mai Zoo, the Zoo Aquarium, entrance to City Hall to meet the Governor,

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Quirky Pics >>

Jim saw this in a restaurant in Pai and agrees to not dispose of his waste into a fish!


 Education
 
Many activities for Children’s Day January 10

National Children’s Day is celebrated on the second Saturday of January ever year and was first established in 1955 on a Monday but was changed to the second Saturday of January in 1963.
Continued

Travel - Tourism >>

New Year holidays brings 400,000 tourists to Chiang Mai


2.75 million visitors to National Parks in 10 days
Flower Festival parade to be held in the morning
TAT Chiang Mai concludes tourism situation of Chiang Mai during the New Year Festival, money spread to 1,400 million baht
  SPORTS
 
Lanna B set the pace in the Chiang Mai Senior League

The new season on the Chiang Mai Senior League is finally underway with United CC joining three teams from Chiang Mai Lanna CC to play some friendly but competitive cricket. Lanna A and the highly promising Lanna Juniors are probably the favourites for the league title, while Uniited's players, mainly originally from Kashmir, are very enthusiastic cricketers and were desperate to do well in the league.
 
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DINING OUT >>

The Nimmanhaemin area is brimming with Japanese and Korean restaurants not due to just the large number of Japanese expats living in the area but also the love that Thai people have for Japanese food.

Tengoku + Yaki at Nimman

Thai Turkish Friendship Platform condemns the Charlie Hebdo attack
Found a great museum on the way to 700 stadium

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The U.S. Consulate General in Chiang Mai welcomed U.S. Science Envoy Dr. Geri Richmond to Chiang Mai. The U.S. Science Envoy Program sends leading American scientists around the globe to engage with foreign governments, businesses, universities, and the private sector to identify opportunities for sustained scientific cooperation and economic prosperity.

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