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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 today via mobile

This little square is awesome at night full of life and people. Some times you even get a sick show from the BMXers of Chiang Mai. It's also packed during the Sunday market and had Lovely black temple right next door.

Thank LittleB182
Reviewed 3 days ago

Went during the elephant parade, nice addition to the site in December 2016, You could travel by foot, but sometimes it is hot and you should bring water and a good map

Thank SaigonDoug
Reviewed 1 week ago

Three Kings Monument is located in the centre of the old city and commemorates the occasion when the three most important kings in the region declared that they would not fight each other, leading to the political calm that allowed the founding and flourishing of...More

Thank Debbie T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Those three kings are the important figure of lanna, northern thai history. It is located in the middle of the town, across the museum.

Thank minimize940314
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are Three Kings statues erected at this place. You can see this Monument while you are walking from the main road. Sometimes tradition and cultural events also held here. You just need an hour to visit this monument.

Thank Baloch101
Reviewed 1 week ago

it is a cultural centre explaining the history of chiangmani and its northern terriotory. at the front of the building you will see the 3 kings. it is their famous monument. alot of functions and gatherings are held infront of the monument.

Thank jeff1955malaysia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's sort of a big deal to the locals, but it's not a big deal otherwise. If you're passing by, take a look and snap a photo.

Thank JDZatSF
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well it's another place to Take a pic. Dont spend money to go inside. Research before you go then your up to speed. Big square, it's free to walk around but inside is where the money adds up

Thank Miike2000
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The monument is well posted, and the signs on the spot are adequate to explain its historic significance not only for the city, but also for northern Thailand as a whole. It is also in a very central location, so worth the trip if only...More

Thank Jonathan E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This monument features on the Chiang Mai map of city attractions and with the three kings atop is the centrepiece of the square with the Arts and Cultural Centre building behind. Shame that there is not signage in English giving details, however brief, I could...More

Thank Dan L
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