The Three Kings MonumentCurrently Open
- Address: Three kings monument square, Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Landmark, Historical Site, Monument, Family And Kids
The Three Kings Monument - Review
Proudly wearing 14th-century royal garb, the bronze Three Kings Monument commemorates the alliance forged between the three northern Thai-Lao kings (Phaya Ngam Meuang of Phayao, Phaya Mengrai of Chiang Mai and Phaya Khun Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai) in the founding of Chiang Mai. This monument appear in the centre of the square and comes across all the time.
The statues mark one of the city's spiritual centres and have become a shrine to local residents.
The Three Kings Monument Information
- It is a religious place, so try to keep intact the sanctity of the place and make way for the local devotees.
- Do not photograph without permission.
How To reach The Three Kings Monument by Public Transport
- Tuk-Tuk or a walk.
Restaurants Near The Three Kings Monument
- The Garden Chiang Mai Guesthouse and Bar
- Zoe in Yellow Corner Restaurant - Chiang Mai
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Three Kings Monument
95% of people who visit Chiang Mai include The Three Kings Monument in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
24.11% of people start their The Three Kings Monument visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see The Three Kings Monument
63.75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Three Kings Monument
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The Three Kings Monument, Chiang Mai Reviews
Three King's Monument is quite a historical place in Chiang Mai Thailand. It's very well-known because its location is right in the center of Chiang Mai Old City. Most Sunday nights there will be a concert, promotion or other interesting activity. Be sure to take a look if you are at Sunday Night Walking Street. During the rest of the week it is a quiet space and a place with many interesting buildings within a short walk. N.B. Around 4pm, the streets around 3 King's Monument are very busy as school is let out. Avoid the area if possible.
Very nice clean plaza. Peaceful. Good place to take a break when you're touring around the Old City. Located very close to the center if not the actual center of the walled city. Breezy anytime or any day of the year. Full of history too if you're into that. Good place to stop by.
Nothing going on here. Just a place to take some open shots of the statues of 3 founders of Chiang Mai. Not too busy, not many people here. Easy to walk around even on the busiest day which is Sunday where it is right in the stuff of the walking Street market.
Ofcours a very important place for Thai people. A little less for others i guess. But very interesting to see how Thai people respect actually all kings they had, and have. Worth a visit.
Monument to the Kings can be easily seen from the large courtyard. The building the monument is sitting in front of it being renovated into a museum.