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    New Year & January in Chaing Mai

    Good evening all,

    going back to CNX again for a few weeks just after Christmas, does any one know of much going on around new years eve and new year day that might be worth going to ?

    Also is it still quite cold in January ?

    Haven't been in Chiang Mai around Christmas time for quite a few years.

    Hopefully the Mrs will be kept busy with the family so I can get a bit of freedom

    Thank you

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    No.

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    A bit nippy at that time of year, isn't it? Maximum in the daytime is the 20s and coat weather in the evening?

    I remember years back being up there and, while the days were pleasant enough, we had to wrap up in the evening.

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    Missed that but LA sadly the locals on here don't seem to be much help, not my area unfortunately.

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    Loads going on in CM, check out this link.....

    https://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/citynow/whats-on/

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    Any of you CM locals have any recommendations for Xmas dinner?

    2 blokes staying centre of town, so want to stay away from the hotel offering and fancy a pub setting.

    I only really know the Red Lion, Mulligans and the U.N, so all tips would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    A bit nippy at that time of year, isn't it? Maximum in the daytime is the 20s and coat weather in the evening?

    I remember years back being up there and, while the days were pleasant enough, we had to wrap up in the evening.
    Global warming mate.

    T-shirt weather the last few years, even in a tuk tuk.

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    Very helpful

    thank you

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    Thank you

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