Thailändisches Restaurant Chiang Mai, 27 Nikolausberger Weg, Göttingen, NDS. Your location. Trails. Dedicated lanes. Bicycle-friendly roads. Dirt/unpaved. Seit dem 7. Oktober haben wir das Chiang Mai Restaurant in Göttingen eröffnet um unseren Gästen mit originalen Speisen aus dem Land des Lächelns zu. Allgemein Nach einigen Kritiken bin ich auf das "Chiang Mai" aufmerksam geworden und beschloss mit zwei Freundinnen bei der nächsten Gelegenheit das.
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Skip to content Registration Rate. In addition to its potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the NMT initiative addresses other issues such as traffic congestion, air quality, income generation for the poor, and the long-term viability of the tourism industry.
The influx of tourists has put a strain on the city's natural resources. Faced with rampant unplanned development, air and water pollution, waste management problems, and traffic congestion, the city has launched a non-motorised transport NMT system.
The climate compatible development strategy has gained support from policy-makers and citizens alike as a result of its many benefits.
Chiang Mai city has 24 Buddhist temples " wat " in Thai. The Administration of Chiang Mai Municipality is responsible for an area that covers approximately According to Municipal Act B.
The mayor, or the highest executive, is directly elected by the eligible voters in the municipal area. The mayor serves a four-year term and is assisted by no more than four deputy mayors appointed directly by the mayor.
The mayor will thus be permitted to appoint deputies, secretaries and advisors including the mayor himself or herself totally no more than The current Mayor is Tussanai Burabupakorn, as of June The Municipal Council is the legislative body of the municipality.
It has the power to issue ordinances by laws that do not contradict with the laws of the country. The municipal council applies to all people living in the municipal area.
The Chiang Mai City Municipal Council is composed of 24 elected members from 4 municipal districts who each serves a 4-year term.
The script used to write this language, called the Tai Tham alphabet , is studied only by scholars, and the language is commonly written with the standard Thai alphabet.
It is an elaborate dinner or lunch offered by a host to guests at various ceremonies or parties, such as weddings, housewarmings, celebrations, novice ordinations, or funerals.
Khao Soi is usually presented in a simple bowl, with fresh lime wedge, shallots, and pickled cabbage. Chiang Mai University was the first government university established outside of Bangkok.
Payap University was the first private institution in Thailand to be granted university status. A number of bus stations link the city to central, southeast, and northern Thailand.
The Chiang Mai Arcade bus terminal northeast of the city centre which can be reached with a songthaew or tuk-tuk ride provides services to over 20 other destinations in Thailand including Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin, and Phuket.
The state railway operates 10 trains a day to Chiang Mai Station from Bangkok. Most journeys run overnight and take approximately 12—15 hours. Most trains offer first-class private cabins and second-class seats fold out to make sleeping berths service.
Chiang Mai is the northern terminus of the Thai railway system. Chiang Mai International Airport receives up to 28 flights a day from Bangkok flight time about 1 hour 10 minutes and also serves as a local hub for services to other northern cities such as Chiang Rai , Phrae , and Mae Hong Son.
International services also connect Chiang Mai with other regional centers, including cities in other Asian countries.
The locally preferred form of transport is personal motorbike and, increasingly, private car. Local public transport is via tuk-tuk , songthaew , bus,  or rickshaw.
New electric tuks-tuks were introduced into the city in June As population density continues to grow, greater pressure is placed upon the city's transportation system.
During peak hours, the road traffic is often badly congested. The city officials as well as researchers and experts have been trying to find feasible solutions to tackle the city's traffic problems.
Most of them agree that factors such as lack of public transport, increasing number of motor vehicles, inefficient land use plan and urban sprawl, have led to these problems.
If the draft is approved by the Thai cabinet, the construction could begin in and be completed by Chiang Mai was the second city in Thailand, after Phuket and along with Khon Kaen,  to be developed using the "smart city" model.
The model aims to capture and populate multiple levels of information including building, social, environmental, governmental, and economic data from sources like sensors, real-time traffic information, and social forums for access by managers, governments, and citizens using mobile apps, tablets, and dashboards.
The role of private sector investment, together with public sector partnership, is key to promote digital entrepreneurship.
Prosoft Comtech, a Thai software company, has spent million baht to build its own "Oon IT Valley"  on a 90 rai plot of land as a community for tech start-ups, Internet of Things technology, software programmers and business process outsourcing services.
It is aimed to both increase the size of Chiang Mai's digital workforce, as well as attract foreign digital talent to Chiang Mai. In January , it was announced that Chiang Mai would be launching "Mobike In", a bike-sharing app that would see the introduction of some smart bikes on the streets.
The smart bikes would be available for use for both locals and tourists. It is reported that as a start, the bikes would be placed at convenient locations including the Three Kings monument, Tha Pae Gate and Suan Buak Haad Park, as well as in the old town.
The "Mobike In" project is sponsored by Advanced Info Service Thailand's largest mobile phone operator , in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand Chiang Mai Office , together with local universities, public and private sectors.
The project aims to promote non-motorised transportation and support eco-tourism. Speaking at the launch at the Lanna Folklife Museum, Deputy Governor Puttipong Sirimart stated that the introduction of such "smart transportation" was a positive move in Chiang Mai's transformation into a "Smart City" part of the "Thailand 4.
Phongsak Ariyajitphaisal, DEPA's Chiang Mai branch manager, stated that one of the areas its smart city initiative would be promoting was "smart agriculture".
Eighty percent of Chiang Mai Province's population are farmers, mostly small-scale, and increasing productivity through use of ICT has the potential to improve the local economy and living standards.
The university is also developing agricultural drones that can spray fertilizers and pesticides on crops which, if successful, will result in lower costs.
The drones may also detect and monitor fires and smoke pollution. Under the IBM "Smarter Cities Challenge", IBM experts recommended smarter food initiatives focused on creating agricultural data for farmers, including price modelling, farmer-focused weather forecasting tools, an e-portal to help farmers align crop production with demand, as well as branding of Chiang Mai produce.
Longer-term recommendations included implementing traceability, enabling the tracking of produce from farm to consumer, smarter irrigation as well as flood control and early warning systems.
As part of the smart city project supported by IBM, Chiang Mai is also looking to use technology to boost its presence as a medical tourism hub.
The IBM team focused on smarter healthcare initiatives, aimed at making Chiang Mai and the University Medical Clinic a medical hub,  as well as improving efficiency of hospitals for improved service delivery.
For example, healthcare providers could use real-time location tracking of patients and hospital assets to increase efficiency and build an internationally recognised service identity.
Electronic medical record technology can also be adopted to standardise information exchanges to link all medical service providers, even including traditional medicine and spas.
As the largest city in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai already receives some long stay healthcare visitors, largely Japanese. Its main advantage over Bangkok is lower costs of living.
Quality services at low prices are a major selling point in mainstream healthcare, dental and ophthalmologic care as well as Thai traditional medicine.
Its local university is also developing specializations in robotic surgery and geriatric medicine to accommodate a future aging population.
DEPA also reported that it has developed a mobile app that uses augmented reality technology to showcase various historical attractions in Chiang Mai, in line with the government's policy to promote Chiang Mai as a world heritage city.
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