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Three Kings Monument is located in the center of Chiang Mai, in the area where palaces used to stand. The sculpture of the three kings is a symbol of Chiang Mai. Before leaving the square, check out the nearby Chiang Mai City Art & Cultural Center.
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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This place was decorated beautifully by the monks for Loy Krathong. There was an array of lanterns and candles everyone. Truly stunning.

Thank Sarah I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I came across this lovely statue on a very hot day and actually took time to stand under nearby trees first because it was so warm. Once you step out of the shade and venture forward the setting is quite striking because the statues are...More

Thank singhasam
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

At Loy Krathong festival, Chiang Mai is full of lanterns everywhere. And in three Kings square is also gorgeous. Recommended to visit always, and to know which is the history of these Thai 3 kings.

Thank Josep C
Reviewed 12 November 2017

Was just bustling, otherwise just a monument. However it starts the mind rolling on who was who in the Thai history.

Thank Sidneeman
Reviewed 8 November 2017

Had heard this statue mentioned so many times, discovered it by accident on the way back from a walk around the outside of the city and entered via the white Elephant Gate. Worth a look.

Thank annpG4654YB
Reviewed 6 November 2017

In an area behind the monument is a room and display dedicated to the works done by and for the Hill Tribes. It was a wonderful way to learn more about the country and the works of the late King and Queen.

Thank Merlin888888
Reviewed 31 October 2017

An easy walk to see these statues in the Old part of the city but all of the inscriptions were in Thai. Unless you can read it or have a thai speaker with you you don't get the full picture.

Thank Martin B
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Visited the square where the statue is during the Loy Krathong festival.. Would have probably skipped otherwise. Easy to find and beautiful during the lantern festival.

Thank MateEeMa
Reviewed 17 October 2017

The monument is in a nice park like area. Lots of local Cafes, shops and restaurants in the area. A few seated areas.

Thank AlanPatty
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We just passed through and took a couple of pictures. Chiangmai Cultural Center is just nearby. Other temples are just nearby, you can visit them on foot.

Thank Stuart D
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11 December 2017|
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Response from jeff1955malaysia | Reviewed this property |
i am not too sure. from what i know there is alms giving at 6am in Luang prabang laos. here in chiangmai i not too sure.
30 October 2017|
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Response from AlanPatty | Reviewed this property |
To see the actual monument is free. But for the other I don’t know. I suggest you do a google search. 😊