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Parks und Natur in Chang Phueak

Erstklassige Parks

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“In 1950 the US government sent military advisers to train tribal police along the border of Thailand. Among them was Harold Mason Young, son of American missionaries, who had been born in Burma. Young started helping injured animals, and his collection started getting visitors. The Chiang Mai provincial government set aside 24 acres (9.7 ha) at the base of Doi Suthep, the mountain immediately adjacent to Chiang Mai, and the facility was opened to the public in 1957. When Young died in 1974, the property was taken over by Chiang Mai Province. The zoo was expanded to its current 200 acres (81 ha) footprint, transferred to the Zoological Park Organization under the patronage of the King of Thailand, and opened as the official zoo of Chang Mai Province in 1977. ”
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“Exploring the jungle is one of the must thing to do in Chiang Mai. The Wat Pha Lat Hike is an easy 40 minutes hike that starts at the end of Chiang Mai University and takes you to Wat Pha Lat Temple. Once in the temple if you are feeling energetic you can make your way to the top of the mountain and visit the iconic Wat Phra That Doi Suthep (2h more hiking). Make sure you have enough time to come back before it gets dark. ”
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“Take a day to visit this amazing park, you can see the Doi Suthep temple (entrance fee USD $2). Keep going to upstair the mountain to know more wonderful places and get amazing views. ”
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Lake
“Beautiful reservoir located inside Chiang Mai University. Great place to relax in the morning and evening. Jogging and sightseeing ”
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“Beautiful park for running/walking. There are paths, a playground, and exercise machines dispersed throughout the park. There are statues and a pretty moat.”
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“Right by Chiang Mai University and next to the sprawling zoo in the foothills of Doi Suthep Mountain sits this delightful wooded area that’s totally free to the public. It’s kind of like a nice park where the tropical trees are the main attraction. They’re well-spaced out throughout the lush tropical garden, providing real interest for nature buffs - or just a shady retreat for a picnic away from the hot daytime sun. There’s plenty of flowers too – some of which are rarely found in other cities in Thailand (the elevated position and shade from the mountain allows them to flourish in this particular spot). Opening Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 ocation: Huay Kaew Road Tel: +66 (0)5 338 922 ”
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“Angkaew lake is the main reservoir for University to provide the water around the University. This lake also has the beautiful view for taking photo.”
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“Our local Christian Church. Although we are a Buddhist family, we raise cash throughout the year for the Seven Fountains Education Fund which helps children from the poorest families attend school.”
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