Chiang Mai Warnings and Dangers

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  • Warnings and Dangers
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  • Warnings and Dangers
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  • Songkram "Water festival"

    by anuvino Written Apr 14, 2005

    Songkram or the New Year celibration with throwing water on the streets towards eachother. Officially 3 days. It was this year 5 days....
    After 2 days trowing and receiving water on the streets (i GOT A COLD) we got a little tired of the festival.
    We had an appointment and this time we went with rainclothes through the city. Hoorible. And it can be dangerous if you drive a bike.

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    Remember to drink a lot.

    by Gili_S Written Jun 3, 2008

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    The climate in Thailand can be very hot, while hanging around remember to have a break for some drinks, can be cool smoothly in the city or just coconut in the jungle.

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    Stray dogs

    by PierreZA Written Mar 24, 2008

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    All over town, as well as the temples, you will see many stray dogs. At some temples there are donation boxes for the dogs. I’m sure these dogs are best avoided, not to get bitten.

    Monks

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    Billboard

    by M.E.R.V Updated Mar 31, 2003

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    There is a really huge billboard as u walk out of the airport terminal. It says Welcome All Visitors To Chiang Mai...then it goes Except Drug Traffickers. Woah!!! Very harsh there isn't it?!

    read the sign

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    Capsize Raft & Camera

    by Tourist$ Written Jun 26, 2006

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    River flow is fast & serious injuries likely if fall into water due to Drowning if Trapped by Rock underwater & Puncture by Sharp Bamboo.
    Capsize Raft will damage your Camera.

    Bamboo Rafting. Capsized Raft  Body Injuries & Camera Damage Likel Beautiful Doi Inthanon Water Fall
    Related to:
    • Rafting
    • Family Travel
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Respect the king.

    by LeDragon Written Jun 22, 2003

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    Thais respect their king a lot and want you to do so. There is a fine for anyway who would destroy a bill, since the face of the king is on every bill. Be nice ;-)

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