Citylife Garden Fair 2017

It has taken two months for us to collect money from those who bid at the Citylife Garden Fair in late November 2017, but we finally can announce that we have raised 472,862 baht from your generous participation in our auctions, exhibition and tombola. A total of 55,983 baht each, has been donated to six charites, and a 25,000 baht donation has been made to the Chiang Mai University Art Museum to renovate their building. There are two foundations remaining but we are waiting for them to send us their bank details. Thank you all so much for a record-breaking event and look forward to seeing you on the 24th November 2018, for the next Citylife Garden Fair.

***Please contact [email protected] to book a booth or for more information***

 

Latest News by CityNews

Japanese Man Still Missing on Doi Inthanon
April 20, 2018

The case of the missing Japanese man on Doi Inthanon has gone quiet after officials have still been unable to find the missing elderly man. 

Villagers Caught in the Act of Grilling a Dog in Lampang
April 19, 2018

A group of villagers have been accused of killing and eating a dog in Lampang on April 18.

Northern Thailand Prepares for Thunderstorms
April 17, 2018

The Thai Meteorological Department has issued a warning to residents in Northern Thailand as high heat and humidity is leading to some strong thunderstorms and hailstorms in the region. 

Citizens Request to Visit ‘Scar of Doi Suthep’ Denied
April 20, 2018

Court Region 5 denied a request by a group of Chiang Mai citizens to enter the judicial residences area.

Two Overcharging Restaurants Investigated
April 20, 2018

Two restaurants have been inspected by authorities after receiving reports that they were allegedly not clearly displaying prices and were overcharging customers.

2 Thousand Homes Damaged in Chiang Mai Storms
April 19, 2018

Over two thousands households in Mae Rim and Hang Dong were damaged from a storm on April 18 that also claimed two lives.

Lahu Teens Steal Money to ‘Chill Out Over Songkran’ From Temple
April 9, 2018

Three Lahu men were arrested for stealing money from a monastery’s donation box last week so they had “enough money to chill out over Songkran.”

Man Threatens Pregnant Woman with Air Gun in Road Rage Incident
April 4, 2018

A man pulled out an air gun and threatened a pregnant woman in the middle of the street.

Over 67 Million Baht Reserved for Ethnic People Siphoned by Corrupt Officials
March 23, 2018

Over 67 million baht believed to have been siphoned from the Department of Social Development and Welfare’s public funds in aid of helping ethnic people in Chiang Mai by corrupt officials.

Smoke Haze Returns Blamed on Neighbouring Provinces and Countries, Authorities Advise Wearing Mask
April 11, 2018

Chiang Mai authorities have acknowledged the current return of haze and smog, suggesting that this smoke is coming from neighbouring countries.

Moat Water Declared Safe for Songkran, Just Don’t Drink it
April 11, 2018

Chiang Mai’s moat water is safe for Songkran, after the final tests on the water were conducted yesterday.

No Drowsy Driving during Songkran 2018, Highway Police Campaign
April 5, 2018

The highway police of Chiang Mai have started to promote a ‘no drowsy driving’ campaign for the upcoming Songkran Festival next week in a bid to help reduce road accidents during the ‘seven dangerous days’.

Group Against ‘Scar of Doi Suthep’ to Meet With Court Officials
April 6, 2018

A network of people who are working on stopping the judicial residences in the Doi Suthep forest have been invited to meet with Court Region 5 on the 9th April.

Chiang Mai Activists Pray at City Hall Shrine in Response to Police Suggestion
March 13, 2018

Activists in Chiang Mai have prayed at the city hall’s shrine for justice to be served in the black panther case, after the police general who is managing the case suggested people pray at shrines instead of asking him for answers. 

Six CMU Pro-election Protest Leaders Charged By Junta
February 23, 2018

The ruling Junta has filed charges against six protesters that rallied outside of Chiang Mai University calling for elections on February 14. 

The Seven Dangerous Days Myth
April 20, 2018

When you look at the numbers today it is quite clear to see that the ‘seven dangerous days’ are no more dangerous than any other day of the year on Thailand’s roads. Actually, they’re safer.

Flowers and Music for our Beloved King Event by Chiang Mai Immigration
October 16, 2017

Chiang Mai Immigration arranged a special tribute event to His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej with songs composed by the late King performed live, talks about his life and daffodil crafting in preparation for the Royal Cremation Ceremony on October 28th.

Chiang Mai Community Raises 150,000 Baht for Refugees in Bangladesh…More to Come
October 11, 2017

With over half a million Rohinga refugees now in Bangladesh, the Chiang Mai community has come together to do our little bit to help. 

Citylife Joins TAT Tour of Nakhon Sawan
December 4, 2017

Nakhon Sawan hits high season as travelers flock to the city to experience the exotic activities they have on offer. Citylife takes a trip to see what new is on offer this year and spy out the best spots in the province that can’t be missed.

Chiang Mai Welcomes a VR Experince
October 19, 2017

On October 17, the VR Cafe located in Chang Klan invited a number of press outlets to experience and promote their brand new VR cafe, equipped with top of the range VR equipment for all ages to enjoy.

Heavenly Culture, World Pace, Restoration of Light
August 24, 2016

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เชียงใหม่จัดยิ่งใหญ่ จุดเทียนถวายอาลัย พสกนิกรกว่า 3.5 หมื่นร่วมพิธี ล้นอุทยานหลวงฯ
November 3, 2016

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ทางแยกแม่โจ้: Maejo Junction and Ping River Expansion
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EXPLORE CHIANG MAI

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Praew Factory

Not only do they produce numerous cakes, sweets and baked goods for supermarkets, there is also a café on the premises serving fresh baked treats and tasty drinks.

Lamour Cafe

With a massive garden and bright yellow two storey building, it’s a highlight of the area offering a café experience with a twist.

Surf Sweat Chiang Mai

Located on the second floor of The Kannas Mini mall, Surf Sweat is the first fitness studio in Chiang Mai which introduces everyone to a fun and new way to get your bodies muscular and fit.

Sripun

Perfecting their designs and styles over decades, Sripun now uses only natural fibers, focusing on linen, cotton and hemp.

Stucco Loft Residency & Coffee

This loft style hotel with a spacious garden is nestled in a shaded neighbourhood near Wat Jed Yod. Surrounded by trees, the ambience is tranquil and the hotel is a short distance from the buzz of the city.

Chu Hotel

In spite of being right in the old business district of Chiang Mai, the hotel itself affords the ultimate serenity within the premises with a green garden to relax in, far from the maddening crowds.