Chiang Rai province makes up the heart of the Golden Triangle, a world once known for fleeing Kuomintang Chinese soldiers, opium god-kings, and the crossroads to Myanmar and Laos. Today, the pleasant weather and natural surroundings draw travelers the world over, but from the open road there is still something very wild about Thailand’s untamable northeast.

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