Chiang Mai - Sister Cities

Sister Cities

Chiang Mai has agreements with four sister cities:

  • Uozu, Japan (8 August 1989)
  • Saitama prefecture, Japan (9 November 1992)
  • Kunming, Yunnan, China (7 June 1999)
  • Harbin, China (29 April 2008)

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