In a bid to draw tourists to Chiang Mai’s major attractions during the low rainy season, a special package featuring four special destinations has been organized.
By Reinhard Hohler 26.03.2012
By Staff reporters 15.03.2012
Story by Jittarporn Charasrum Photos by Chusawat Tunvanich 15.03.2012
By David Wenman 22.02.2012
The Consul-General of Japan in Chiang Mai organized a nine day exchange program during February for a group of 20 journalists from northern Thailand to visit the tsunami hit areas of Japan. Chiang Mai Post’s journalist Khaimook Charasrum reflects on the tour. Photos by Khaimook Charasrum and reporter trainee Chusawat Tunvanich.
By Khajohn Boonpath 02.01.2012
By Anurat Thepthong and staff reporters 27.10.2011
By Reinhard Hohler 08.08.2011
By Anurat Thepthong and Khaimook Charasrum 18.07.2011
Bhutan is more than a sensation. With a population of fewer than 700,000 people, the Himalayan Kingdom east of Nepal and Sikkim is some 38,394 square kilometers. Steep high mountains in the north of the country, south of Tibet, dominate the kingdom. Meanwhile a network of swift rivers form deep valleys in the central part and drain into the Indian plains of West Bengal and Assam in the south.
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