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Chiang Mai Land Swimming Pools

The Swimming Pools at Chiang Mai land are very well priced pool, as are priced for Thai and expat use not just tourists.



The cost as a non member is only 50 baht per adult and 30 per child and with a annual membership of 500 baht per person the rates per day use is half of the listed price. It has been reported " Only residents of Chiang Mai Land and Thai's can get a membership"(CMsteve) .

You can sign up for swimming lessons as well.



The shade cloth even covers part of the pool area in order to help keep Thai skin white and nice. The westerners are always on the sun beds roasting and the Thai people not swimming are in the covered viewing areas, where the photo above was shot from or the simple restaurant area. meals are cheap being about 35 to 40 baht a plate and fresh fruit shakes are available too as well as cool ones.


The swimming pool opens at 10am
and the adjacent tennis courts open at 8:00am
444 Chiang Mai Land Village, Soi 8-10 Chiang Mai Land Rd. (off of Chang Klan) With Pool and Restaurant
Tel: 0 5327 2821. or 053-274269
To get Here go down Chang Klan road from the night bazaar and pass the Empress hotel and there will be a 7-eleven on the T intersection of Chiangmai-land road there you turn right, then go till you just about leave the estate. (onto the Mahidol road) You turn left on Soi 8 or 10 and is in the corner of the estate.



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       ited in mid-town, Wat Phra That Hariphunchai was built during the reign of King Arthitayarat, a descendant of Queen Chamthewi some 800 years ago.A principal landmark is the 46-metre tall golden Chedi which contains a hair of the Lord Buddha, having nine-tiered umbrella, made of gold weighing approximately 6,498.75 grams...

Chiang Rai

      on the bank of the Kok River within town area, contains what is believed to be the oldest Holy Relic even before King Mengrai built Chiang Rai. Doi Chom Thong has been a sacred site for aextremely long time. The site was surely reverenced as the home of local spirits before Buddhism arrived in the area.

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