Three Kings Monument, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Apart from some fancy Temples, Chiang Mai also has places like Three Kings Monument. This blog talks more about this place Three Kings Monument, other main places of interest to visit and explore.     Related Blogpost from Thailand - Wat Chiang Man - One of the main temples to visit in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Apart from some fancy Temples, Chiang Mai also has places like Three Kings Monument. This blog talks more about this place Three Kings Monument, other main places of interest to visit and explore. 



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Three Kings Monument is located in the center of Chiang Mai city of Thailand and it's located very close to famous temple of Chiang Mai - Wat Chedi Luang. It's region where where palaces used to stand in Chiang Mai. The sculpture of the three kings is a symbol of Chiang Mai and while in the city you may see such symbols at different places like - cafes, restaurants, pubs etc. 


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The place where Three Kings monument is located, there are some interesting places for folks interested in art. So while you are around this square, it's worth to check out the nearby Chiang Mai City Art & Cultural Center.


There is also this museum close to 3 kings monument and culture centre which is very informative to know about the history of Chiang mai from beginning. If you love history and civilisation of a place, you will definitely love this place.







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