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The northern most province of Thailand, Chiang Rai is situated on the Kok River basin 416 metres above sea level. With an area of some 11,678 square kilometres. It is about 785 kilometres form Bangkok. Mostly mountainous, it reaches the Mae Khong River to the north and borders on both Myanmar and Laos.
    The province is rich in tourism resources in term of natural attractions and antiquities, evidence of its past civilisation. It is also home to serveral hilltribes who follow fascinating ways of life. Chiang Rai is also a tourism gateway into Myanmar an Laos.
    Chiang Rai is administratively divided into the following districts: Muang, Phan, Thoeng, Mae Chan, Mae Sai, Wiang Pa Pao, Chiand Khong, Chiang Saen. Pa Daet, Wiang Chai, Phaya Mengrai, Wiang Kaen, Mae Fa Luang, Khun Tan, Mae Lao, Wiang chiang Rung and Doi Luang.
The Golden Triangle
8 kilometres north of Chaing Saen, this riverside area marks the spot where the borders of Thailand, Myammar and Laos converge.
Doi Tung
This northernmost Thai mountain contains sveral scenic spots, including the Doi Tung Royal Villa, the Mae Fah Luang Botanical Garden, the mountaintop Wat Phrathat Doi Tung which affords a spectacular view of the surrounding area, and contains Buddha relics,and various hilltribe villages in natural settings.
Doi Mae Salong
See Sakura on the way to Doi Mae Salong, before you reach the top of it, You can see this flower on December
Phu Chee Fa
This mountain, 25 kilometres south of Doi Pa Tang, provides scenic views of Laos, and during February is dotted with white wild flowers known as Dok Sieo. The official website of the Governor of Chiang Rai

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