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The village of Hang Dong lying 15 kilometres south of Chiang Mai, is famous for its handicrafts and woodwork antiques. It is a thriving centre where one can find great collectibles of traditional art and handmade crafts belonging to Thai culture. Some other attractions in the area are the Dokmai Garden, Op Khan National Park and several stunning Buddhist temples.
The production and manufacturing of handmade handicrafts, antiques, furniture, and woodcarvings boosted the popularity of the little town of Hang Dong. Renowned as the “furniture capital of Thailand,” Hang Dong district in Chiang Mai has streets lined up with multiple stores. Here, you would come across everything, from Buddha woodcarvings to Thai trinkets and Burmese lacquer boxes. Exuding in the unique charm and raw beauty, Hang Dong is a wholesome adventure in itself. With a range of fun-filled activities, Hang Dong is one such location where nature and city-life function in harmony.