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This is a large historic gate in the old city wall where people come to get their wedding photos etc . Unfortunately there are hundreds of pigeons here and despite the HUGE sign saying DO NOT FEED THE PIGEONS many ignorant people mainly Chinese ignore...More
Tha Pae Gate is the east facing entrance to the old city district, a rectangular moat and wall to protect the city from Burmese invasion. They also symbolized the seas and mountains of Thailand. The east gate signifies prosperity and historically, it was the main...More
Easy to find small portions of the original wall and fortification around the inner square of city (wayer moats separate major roadways around the inner city. The photos I posted are part of the recreated wall, but walking along the square (several miles around, easily...More
Do you like watching PRC Chinese pick their noses or spit on the pavement? Or perhaps walking on pigeon poop is your thing.Then you might enjoy this pile of bricks.
Otherwise, a big waste of time. Don't bother.
If you don’t like Pigeons don’t go there the area is over ran with them and Chinese tourist getting covering in them, which is quite funny.
There isn’t much see really but when drive the city you can see the four corners of the city....More
Come for the history and stay to watch tourists get pigeons to fly onto them and pose for absurd photos. Also solid people watching for wedding pictures and large screaming Chinese tour groups. Full disclosure, I also posed with some pigeons on me but did...More