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Three Kings Monument

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Kornkanok
Kornkanok
November 13, 2019
The Three Kings Monument consists of the bronze statues of King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai and his two friends, King Ramkamhaeng of Sukhothai and King Ngam Muang of Payao, who are believed to have worked together to build the city. This has become an iconic part of the city and is reproduced…
June
June
October 3, 2019
Also there are three museums in the same area
Business Inn
Business Inn
February 12, 2019
Three Kings Monument is at the center in heart of Chiang mai old town. You can walk around here to museum, temple, etc.
Michael
Michael
November 18, 2018
in the old city monument in general a good area to walk around
Aer
Aer
October 15, 2018
Three Kings Monument is located in the center of Chiang Mai, in the area where palaces used to stand. The sculpture of the three kings is a symbol of Chiang Mai. Before leaving the square, check out the nearby Chiang Mai City Art & Cultural Center.

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127/7 Prapokkloa Rd
Tambon Si Phum, จ.เชียงใหม่ 50200
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