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As the nightlife and tourist numbers continue to grow in Chiang Mai you'll expect to see this sort of stuff more frequently so it's best to avoid such a place and go to some of the more interesting bars around town run by ethical people.
Finds excavated at the Wiang Kum Kam site suggest that there had been a long history of settlement in the area dating back to the Eighth century.Besides these two important sites, the others of major significance include Wat E-Khang, Wat Nan Chang, Wat Pu Pia, Wat That Khao, Wat Phaya Mangrai and Wat Ku Padom. In fact Chiang Mai tries it's best to display a family oriented picture so that more families are drawn to Chiang Mai, but still you do have over 20,000 expats living here most of them older men so of course there are places like Go Go bars you can seek for entertainment.Any visit to the new archaeological sites should start at the Wiang Kum Kam Information Centre where you can see different exhibitions, details of the discoveries, a multimedia room and other rooms showing the history and importance of Wiang Kum Kam.The whole site is too large to cover on foot as it is now basically spread out across several suburban neighbourhoods. The best way to tour around the sites is by hiring a local guide with a pony carriage (2-4 people), open-air tram (groups) or bicycle.