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Centre of the Universe


. is a private swimming club in a tranquil garden setting. 

  • Open to non-residents 0630-1930 daily
  • 15-20 minutes drive (6 km, 4 miles) from the Chiangmai City Centre

It features several pools including a large lap pool and a separate children’s pool. They offer swimming lessons for adults as well as children. Lap swimmers only are allowed to use the main pool and each person is assigned an exclusive swimming lane for up to 45 minutes or can share a lane with a partner. The main pool is designated for those wanting to enjoy a more leisurely swim. There is a restaurant and bar on site opened from 6:30 a.m. to late. Accommodation on site is available.

Swimming Pools are open everyday of the year, from 0630 until 1930. Except for 31 August 2009, when we closed. On 25th December, 1st January, and throughout the Songkran festival, pools open later than usual at 10.00 a.m.

Admission: 200 baht adults, 100 baht children under 12 or 500 baht for the family.

Address: Follow Huay Kaew Road towards CMU and turn right at the Phucome Hotel and head towards Mae Rim, take the second u turn on Canal Road next to Lily Valley which is painted pink and is hard to miss, travel to the end of the street where you will see signs and parking.

Tel:081 473 0746 if you would like a quotation from us to arrange transport to and from your guesthouse or hotel.


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