Recent Events Chiang Mai

Huay Tuen Tao Lake (Reservoir)
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7 miles north of the Old City is a serene area perfect for biking and picnics.
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For the last few miles of the stretch, dedicated one-way bicycle lanes have been installed next to the highway
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You can drive/bike all the way around the lake. It’s as interesting on the outer perimeter as the lake side view.
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Some people come here to fish
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A lot of Thais come here to eat and hang out in these structures located all around the lake
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Once in your shady structure, you order food/drinks (including beer) from a menu. This is a typical lakeside mini restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is also available.
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If it’s your special day, photo ops abound
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There is only one section for swimming. But swimming in fresh water in Southeast Asia is ill advised for Westerners due to specific parasites.
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These folks couldn’t resist
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Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse
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Rural Biking
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Riding aimlessly along the base of the mountains I came across this small lake
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Coffee shops are a good excuse to take a break
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Start with a cappuccino
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That cake looks awfully good. Yeah, I’ll have a piece of that.
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Coke with solid ice at the bottom of the glass, in the middle of nowhere. The surprises are endless.