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Be good to yourself in Chiang Mai
by Marian Reid
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16 October 2012
On 16 October 2012 BBC Travel reported:
Chiang Mai, Thailand, once well-known on the backpacker trail for little more than elephant treks and bars, has had a change of heart. Organic cafes, eco clothing boutiques, and wellness retreats are popping up all over Thailand's northern city, inspired by its long-held traditions of arts and crafts. More travellers flock to Chiang Mai in search of alternative breaks combined with authentic cultural experiences.
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