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Why Chiang Mai makes a Perfect smiles

There are many places for travelling in Chiang Mai such as Doi Pui, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep and some waterfalls in that area. Doi Pui peak has a cold weather all year round. You can enjoy with bird watching activity including 300 species of birds. There is an area for tent camping for 250 visitors. In Doi Pui area, there's the Hmong Tribal village that you can touch the culture and lifestyle of these people. They are so friendly and happy to welcome you as travelers. In addition, you can visit Phu Bing palace, a winter place for the Royal family. It is beautiful with flower gardens, landscape and building. You can visit there from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. However, it will be closed in January to March during the Royal visit. The admission fee is only 50 baht.

As the traveler, you will know that dental care in Thailand is attractively cheaper than in other foreign countries such as Australia and USA. So if you have a chance to visit Thailand, you might have a try on the dental care available in Chiang Mai which has many kind of service such as aesthetic dentistry, orthodontics, dental crowns, denture, dental implant and tooth whitening which equipped with the advance innovation in the realm of dentistry that you will not be disappointed!

After you see the dentist already, you might have to visit some place before dining out. There is an interesting place such as Chiang Mai night Bazaar or Kad Luang (Royal market) is a great place for Chiang Mai's biggest draws. It is located right in the centre of the city on Ping River.

This market is attractive and huge crowd of people come to this market every evening to buy some gifts or souvenirs. It is like a flea market that there are many interesting item sold. The price of local handicraft here is so cheap. With Dental Chiang Mai, you will be satisfied with the dental care service while traveling in Chiang Mai with fun. Dental Chiang Mai, the dental care service which you will not be disappointed.

Also, you might have another alternative to go to Chiang Mai walking street that is opened only on Sunday at the Three Kings Monument Courtyard, near the whole of Rachadamnoen Road (the main road of the old city). It is famous for local handicrafts from silk, ceramic, metal, glass, wood, etc. It is a great place to shop as well.

After the visit you might be hungry and would like to try some northern food. There will be available in many fine restaurants in Chiang Mai. Do you know about Khan Tok festival? It is the northern culture which has the northern style of food serving and Thai dancing and Thai music performed on stage of the restaurant.