The (TAT) Overseas Offices is located as followed : For the TAT Northern Office: Region 1, whose is responsible for Chiangmai, Lamphun, Lampang and Mae Hong Son, their office is at : TAT Northern Office: Region 1, Tourism Authority Of Thailand 105/1 Chiangmai-Lamphun Road, Amphur Muang, Chiangmai 50000 Tel: (66 53) 248 604, 248 607, 241 466 Fax: (66 53) 248 605 Email: [email protected] There are several foreign consular posts where you may be able to arrange visas.The Indian consulate here is a familiar stopping-off point for travellers on their way to India; it takes about four days to process a visa.Foreign visitors may bring in an unlimited amount of Thai currency.
In total there are 23 TAT Offices (inclusive the HEAD OFFICE in Bangkok) for the whole of Thailand.Located on the superhighway, not far from the Amari Rincome Hotel near Wat Jed Yod or the temple of 7 spires. You can contact the museum at : Tel : (66 53) 221 308, Fax: (66 53) 408 568A 4 storey building museum, expertly compilation of 40 years of research is filled with displays of rare, peculiar and extinct specimens of insects, coins and natural phenomenon. You can contact the museum at : Tel : (66 53) 211 891, Fax: (66 53) 216 262Located at 52 Rajdamnern Road, these museum features a fascinating exhibition of antique Thai Coins, insignias of rank, and a collection of paraphernalia.Located at 72 Nimanhemin Road, Soi 13 ( or Sirimangkarajaan Road, Soi 3), Chiangmai. Enthusiasts can also purchase treasury notes and coinage to add to their collections.: There are three main season here in Chiangmai : Cool (late October to Mid February), average temperature is 21 C) : summer ( February to May, average temperature is 30 C); and rainy (June to October, average temperature is 25C).: Of the total population, 80% of the people were born here.Their dialect is slightly different from the central Thai language. There are more than 1,200 temples, 3,500 monks and 6,000 novices.