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Exploring Chang Moi

Chang Moi's a lively, modernized urban district just east of the cultural Old City. Set beside the mesmerizing Ping river, this neighborhood's a throng of activity, with intriguing street cafes serving up steaming homemade Thai cuisine. An enthralling walk through the winding, colorful streets will lead you to central Chiang Mai, making this area ideal to hose traveling on a budget.

Accommodation near Chang Moi

As the second largest city in Thailand, second only to Bangkok, Chiang Mai also has a lot to offer in terms of accommodation. Recommended accommodation include the Royal Panerai Hotel , Le Meridien Chiang Mai and dusitD2 Chiang Mai.

Sightseeing near Chang Moi

- Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

The popular area of the Night Bazar is a great place to stay if you want to be amongst the action. Located between the east of the Old City and the Ping River, the Night Bazaar is the heart of the shopping in Chiang Mai and is centrally located making it a good base for sightseeing.

- Wiang Kum Kam

Wiang Kum Kam is an ancient city from all the way back to the eighth-century Haripunchai Kingdom. Later on it served as the capital of the then Lanna Kingdom for a short while until Chiang Mai was chosen to replace it in 1296. The city was completely submerged under the Ping River, which suddenly changed its course and swept the whole city under and it was later discovered in 1984. One of the main features of Wiang Kim Kam is Wat Chedi Liam (or Temple with an Angular-based Chedi). Widely depicted in postcards, the temple features a Burmese-style pavilion (restored in 1908 by a Burmese trader) and a five-tiered chedi set on a square base – the signature style of the early Lanna period. In addition, you will also see ancient structures; some restored, others left in their original ruined state.

Transportation near Chang Moi

Getting around by public transport involves just two options – tuk-tuks and the red, converted truck songthaews serving as the city’s buses. Both can be hired on the street, but tuk-tuks are the preferred, if more pricey option as drivers take visitors directly to their destination. To make sure you get where you need to via a songthaew, it’s useful to speak basic Thai.

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