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King Mengrai Monument

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Phahon Yothin Rd, Chiang Rai, ThailandMap

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It can be said to be a patron saint in Chiang Rai, Thailand. The square is quite large, and there are some elephant statues. Elephants are also the most important feature in northern Thailand. It is quite convenient to park at night nearby.

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The statue on the Monument to King Manglei holds a sword with a solemn and determined expression. The platform below introduces his life stories, and there are many white elephant sculptures standing under the platform. King Manglai was the founder of the Lanna Thai Kingdom, which ruled northern Thailand until the early 20th century. King Manglai is as famous as the Sukhothai Emperor Rangantin the Great. Even now, he is very loved by the Thai people. There are many tributes here, which were left when the Thai people spontaneously came to commemorate him.
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