Chiang Mai has long been a handicraft centre for Thailand, with everything from very small “mom and pop” producers to large factories shipping products worldwide. It the best place to source high quality teak furniture, cane and bamboo furniture along a whole miriad of product produced by both Thai people and Hilltribes.
With such an abundance of produce a number of small retailers/wholesalers have appeared in the online world. Once such company is Fashion Chiang Mai, a small but successful online company selling Thai silk and Thai silk products. Fashion Chiang Mai has an expanding range of Thai silk products, beautiful silk kimonos, silk dessing gowns, silk shirts and silk boxer shorts.
Fashion Chiang Mai has gained a reputation for good quality personal service which has brought them customers from Europe, North America, Australia and Europe. What really stands out in the services they provide is their ability to source products they normally list. If there is a Thai product of any kind you are looking for contact Fashion Chiang Mai they can help.
Fashion Chiang Mai.
333/5 Ban Mae Noi Chomchan Soi 1 Muang Chiang Mai. 50000 THAILAND.
English +66 857-851-248 Thai +66 848-522-145
Have you been to Thailand’s Rose of the North? Do you know which city in Thailand has been bestowed upon this honor? To find out the answer your next holiday destination is Chiang Mai. With natural and manmade wonders like Than Lan National Park and Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep Temple, Chiang Mai alters the traveler’s perception of Thailand. Excite hotels has worked out great deals and discounts for hotel accommodation for travelers visiting Chiang Mai.
Chiang Mai is the culture capital and also the second largest city in Thailand. Over the last few years Chiang Mai has gone through a transformation to a modern city and attracts over 1 million tourists. Take a stroll back in time to get the feel of Chiang Mai of the past from Tapae Gate the entrance to the old city. It is the best place to look for antiques, old books and inexpensive restaurants and bars. On Sundays one can attend concerts and watch street entertainment, which have become a regular feature in this part of the old town. October is also the month to watch the Northern Lantern Festival at the Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai.
Mountains, Valleys and Muai Thai
This region is also famous for its specialty cuisine, enjoy the Khantoke dinner experience. You are seated on the floor on cushions and spicy mouth-watering dishes are served on a low table. Would you like to have a part of Chiang Mai in your own kitchen back home? Enroll in one of the several Thai cooking classes taught by friendly and specialist chefs.
Cuisine is not the only aspect that attracts visitors to this place but it is also the world-famous Thai Martial Art which is Muai Thai or Thai Kick Boxing. For as little as $ 10 you get a ringside view of this adrenalin rushing sport at the Kabila Boxing Stadium.
One of the major backdrops that dominate Chiang Mai’s landscape is the Soi Suthep Mountain. The 1668-meters high mountain offers spectacular views of Chiang Mai from the top. This area is also considered very sacred by the locals besides housing one of the most important shrines and is a place of pilgrimage to the Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple. From the high mountains take a trip down to the green Mae Rim Valley. Rice fields with the backdrop of the forested hills is picture perfect and makes an ideal postcard that one can keep or send to dear ones or friends. Excite hotels gives you a chance to enjoy the cultural fragrances of the Rose of the North and hear the first words by which Thais greet their guests – Sawasdee.
Harmonized Dimensions of Chiang Mai from Excite hotels
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