The baby was found wrapped in a blanket with the umbilical cord attached to her body. She was identified as a female baby, born after just a seven month pregnancy.
The inspection took place at pubs behind Soi Wat Umong, King Rama 9 Park, and Nong Hor area. It was revealed that there were violations.
Chiang Mai University’s (CMU) Faculty of Agriculture has introduced animal feed from made from fermented corn husks to combat agricultural waste.
Chiang Mai Provincial Public Health Office has warned all citizens to take care of their health due to the high levels of smog that exceeds the standard.
The Thai Darts Association (TDA) has released a statement confirming fears that dart boards must now be registered with the government due to their recent crackdown on gambling across the nation.
Sri Phum Post Office has apologised to customers after images of live worms found living in the stamp and letter seal sponges.
Sankamphaeng’s land prices hiked up by 340% after news was leaked that the new airport would be located in the district.
The Northern Meteorological Center is warning citizens that the weather will be extra hot and humid throughout March with highs possibly reaching 40 degrees Celsius.
Danish jeweller Georg Jensen, which has a factory here in Chiang Mai, has purchased 600 N-95 masks, one for each employee. After discount, masks cost 28 baht each, an investment of 16,800 baht.
Chiang Mai citizens are gathering names to file a petition against the ongoing saga of the judicial buildings built into land on Doi Suthep.
On March 13, Mae Sa Elephant Camp in Mae Rim hosted the 19th celebration of the Thai National Elephant Day.
A Hmong villager, aged 62, has been arrested and charged with murder after he confessed to shooting at another Hmong villager hunting in the jungle when he mistook him for a wild chicken.
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.
Locals have complained to police that lottery vendors at Wat Phra That Doi Kham are over charging and aggressive, using hard sale tactics and intimidating those who don’t buy their tickets.
A wildfire in Myanmar has crossed over the border to Thailand, destroying over 15 rai of forest in the Pha Daeng National Park.
Triam Udom Suksa School Student Wins the 13th Junior Dublin Literary Awards for Thailand.
Police and military officers have caught a man who was burning longan leaves while on patrol in Lamphun and a woman burning a garlic plantation in Chiang Dao.
Silt from the construction of a social security office in the city hall was reported as the cause for the dozens of dead fish found in Mae Kha canal last week.
A video of a car blocking the way for an ambulance near Mae Jo has gone viral resulted in police arresting and fining the driver responsible.
Wet roads near Khuang Singh Tunnel lead to an accident involving four vehicles, leaving one dead and four people injured.
Two monks were arrested in Lampang for drug trafficking after they were found to be carrying drugs with a value of over 60 million baht.
The Bank of Thailand has announced the release of a new set of bank notes bearing the portrait of King Rama X, His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn.
According to authorities, teenagers, students and young women are taking these pills in droves and warn that the side effects are very dangerous.
According to AirVisual, an independent worldwide PM2.5 real-time and forecast air quality index level database, Chiang Mai had the highest levels of smog in the world on March 6, 2018, with a reading reaching 183 AQI.
A live RPG grenade was found in the Ping River after a fisherman almost stepped on it.
Chiang Mai municipality is working on burying wires underground.
Two leopards were found in a home in San Sai.
Activists in Chiang Mai gathered and protested for justice in the infamous black panther case involving Italian-Thai Development president Premchai Karnasuta.
Born in Northeast India himself, director Sanjib Dey is introducing his hometown to the world with stories of the civilians who are the victims of war and political unrest in the area – both directly and indirectly – through three separate stories inspired by true events.
A graduate of the famous Le Cordon Bleu who has also worked as a chef de partie in many kitchens, Chef James brings his wealth of experience to Chiang Mai, bringing authentic French pastries to Chiang Mai using only the highest quality of imported French ingredients. Don’t be surprised to find the most superb bites are the simplest pastries such as the classic croissant, but elevated through its use of ingredients as well as classical techniques. Other great pastries served here include the raspberry papillon, canneles de Bordeaux, kouign amann, tarte bourdaloue, lemon madeleine and so much more. Breads like whole wheat loaves and a natural-yeast white bread loaves are also available at the shop, so if you are a pastry lover, this is a place you won’t want to miss.
One o’clock, two o’clock…three o’clock rock! Are you ready to rock ‘n’ roll? Let loose and get plucked in with some great music and superb American foods at the Hard Rock Cafe, a brand that has been in the business of rock for nearly five decades. Experience world-class high energy vibes right now!
Natwat Home Café เป็นร้านอาหารและมุมกาแฟที่ลูกค้าสามารถแวะเวียนเข้ามานั่งพักผ่อน หรือ เปลี่ยนบรรยากาศการทำงาน แวดล้อมไปด้วยสวนสีเขียวอันร่มรื่น ตั้งอยู่ใกล้กับริมน้ำปิงและไม่ห่างจากตัวเมืองเชียงใหม่มากนัก โทนสีอบอุ่นของร้านที่มีฉากหลังเป็นบาริสต้ากำลังโชว์ลีลาการชงเครื่องดื่ม ทำให้ที่นี่เป็นอีกหนึ่งร้านคาเฟ่ในฝันของใครหลายคน
This homey café by the Ping River serves mouth-watering dishes that are a feast for both the appetite and the eyes. Generously-portioned and prettily-presented dishes include the popular poached eggs on green, a colourful healthy dish that is overflowing with a bewildering array of vegetables—served with smoked salmon, almond and eggs. Meat-eaters can try the steak and roasted potatoes, served with an aromatic garlic aioli sauce. For a more local taste, the spicy minced chicken served with rice and chicken stock is quite intriguing. The venue is open from early morning to evening, so pop in for a meal or a lighter bite like the meaty crab cake—or simply grab some fresh cool drinks or a hot cuppa.