This is one of my favorite places in the world, and it is a place I would do anything to visit. It is truly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and I have been there twice in my life. It is a bustling city with a modern city feel to it. The streets are packed with tourists and locals at all hours of the day and night.
Bangkok is the second largest city in Thailand, and Chiang Mai is the largest city in the country. People often refer to Chiang Mai as the “City of Gods,” and with good reason. It is as ancient as China, and as modern as Silicon Valley. It is said that the city was founded around 997, and was later home to the last king of Siam.
The city was originally inhabited by a tribal tribe from the nearby province of Chiang Mai, and at one point was ruled by King Chulalongkorn (Siam) who was known as the “Father of Modern Thailand.
Chiang Mai has been a thriving city for many years. The city’s population, at about 50,000, is more than double the city’s population of 20,000. Over the last decade, the city has also seen rapid growth and expansion. Chiang Mai is now one of the world’s largest financial centres. People come for work, shopping, and dining.
The citys population is largely Thai. It’s a city of immigrants and a city with a lot of foreigners. I guess I find that interesting because the city’s government hasn’t done something with these foreigners yet.
Yeah, I just wanted to ask you something. I was wondering how you feel about the fact that there are so many foreigners in Thailand. I know that it has been hard for refugees to settle in Thailand because of the language barrier.
I don’t really have an opinion on this topic. I’m more interested in what you think about Thailand’s future.
I think it’s pretty fantastic for Thailand to have so many foreigners. The fact that I am not Thai, but I still feel that I belong, means that I can do anything I want to. I would love to live in a place where I didn’t have to speak Thai, but I guess it might be too much to ask. I dont really know how well Thais live with their own language or culture.
I hear you. It might sound like I am being sarcastic, but I have a hard time believing Thailand’s future is so bright. I just don’t see how it will be. I think it will be more like a place where you can get an education, but don’t have access to certain things. I think that will be a hard sell for sure.
That’s a fair question. I think it would be too much for many people to change their lifestyle to fit in with Thais. And it might be a hard sell, but perhaps it is what we think it is. For one thing, the language barrier would certainly be an issue for many people. But if Thailand is as bright as you think it will be, then it is surely much easier to adjust to it.