Chiang Mai University
Offers 120-hour certificate program with six practicums in Thai schools; uses TEFL International (TI) standards with access to other TI...
In an old Tudor-style house surrounded by a big garden, this venerable institution recreates the atmosphere of an English country pub...
The backbone of the Western culinary tradition, bread is merely a fanciful dessert in Thailand, often toasted and drowned in sweetened...
Th Huay Kaew & Th Suthep · interesting places nearby
Chiang Mai University information
The city's principal public university was established in 1964. The main campus occupies a 2.9 sq km wedge of land about 2km west of the city centre that has preserved much of its original forest character. There are bike lanes throughout the campus and cafes to stop at for pit-stops.
The area around the university on Th Huay Kaew is referred to as 'nâh mor' (in front of the university), and on Th Suthep as 'lăng mor' (behind the university).