Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
The main university campus, known as Suan Sak campus or Cherng Doi, lies about five kilometres west of the city center. Set against Doi Suthep, the campus occupies a 725-acre (2.93 km2) site, bounded on three sides by main shopping streets and on the fourth by the Chiang Mai Zoo. The campus includes the university's administrative centre, the science, engineering, humanities, and social science faculties, political science and public administration, law, the graduate school, all of the campus resource facilities and services and major sports facilities. An attractive feature of this campus is the Ang Kaew Reservoir. Constructed to supply water for the university, it is also a recreational area for campus residents and the local community.
In and around Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai Zoo Doi Suthep Temple Chiang Mai Night Safari Chiang Mai University
Umong Temple Palaad Tawanron Restaurant Mi Casa Restaurant Rumpaeng Temple
Royal Park Rajapruek Chiang Mai University Demonstration School
Huay Tung Tao Lake Wat Umong Temple Mr.Chan & Miss Pauline Pizzeria
Nom Bang Kruay Café Mao Coffee Shop
Wat Phra That Doi Kham (Temple of the Golden Mountain)
Wat Umong Bann Kang Wat Asama Cafe At Curve Cafe Baan Kieng Phu Bistro
Baan Kub Doi Baan Suan Ka Fe Ban Rommai BEGIN AGAIN Cafe Bhukitta
Big Tree Candy's Cafe' Chiangmai Coffee Stop Coffee Lab Cafe & Roastery
The conference will take place at the Chiang Mai University, Thailand. Accommodations near the University of Chiang Mai:
1. At Pingnakorn Hotel (0.64km from Chiang Mai University)
2. R1 Boutique Service (0.87km from Chiang Mai University)
3. Kokotel Chiang Mai Nimman (0.64km from Chiang Mai University)
4. Kantary Hills Hotel (0.8km from Chiang Mai University)
5. U Sleep Chiangmai (0.36km from Chiang Mai University)
6. Rest Solution Chiang Mai (0.86km from Chiang Mai University)
7. Shane Hotel (0.78km from Chiang Mai University)
8. Mountscene at Cervidae (0.87km from Chiang Mai University)
9. TUCK Me iN (0.25km from Chiang Mai University)
10. Yantarasri Resort (0.92km from Chiang Mai University)
Visit Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest city in northern Thailand. It is the capital of Chiang Mai Province and was a former capital of the kingdom of Lan Na (1296–1768), which later became the Kingdom of Chiang Mai, a tributary state of Siam from 1774 to 1899, and finally the seat of a princely rulers until 1939. It is 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok near the highest mountains in the country. The city sits astride the Ping River, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya River. Chiang Mai has a tropical savanna climate, tempered by the low latitude and moderate elevation, with warm to hot weather year-round, though night time conditions during the dry season can be cool and much lower than day time highs.
A number of bus stations link the city to central, southeast, and northern Thailand. The central Chang Puak Terminal (north of Chiang Puak Gate) provides local services within Chiang Mai Province. The Chiang Mai Arcade bus terminal northeast of the city centre (which can be reached with a songthaew or tuk-tuk ride) provides services to over 20 other destinations in Thailand including Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin, and Phuket. There are several services a day from Chiang Mai Arcade terminal to Mo Chit Station in Bangkok (a 10- to 12-hour journey).The state railway operates 10 trains a day to Chiang Mai Station from Bangkok. Most journeys run overnight and take approximately 12–15 hours. Most trains offer first-class (private cabins) and second-class (seats fold out to make sleeping berths) service. Chiang Mai is the northern terminus of the Thai railway system. Chiang Mai International Airport receives up to 28 flights a day from Bangkok (flight time about 1 hour 10 minutes) and also serves as a local hub for services to other northern cities such as Chiang Rai, Phrae, and Mae Hong Son. International services also connect Chiang Mai with other regional centers, including cities in other Asian countries.