To commemorate the pioneers of the city in Chiang Rai, as one of the three kings of northern Thailand, it is also quite prestigious. The monument above this crossroad can be seen from a distance, and when you come over , Because it is almost late at night, but the lights here are still on, and many people come here to offer flowers and the like.
The monument to the King of Minglai is behind the monument to the King of Minglai, and it's like a screen, and it's shining in the sun, and it's golden, and in Thailand you can see a lot of golden towers, and it's rare.
Originally, King Mengrai was the ruler of Nakhon Hiran Ngoen Yang (an ancient town on the bank of the Mae Khong around Chiang Saen) before Chiang Rai was established as the administrative centre in 1262.
King Mengrai the Great Memorial venerated statue of Chiang Rai's founder on a pedestal surrounded by white horses & elephants.It a high memorial..Dont look over the sun during lunch time.It so hottttttt
Going at night is more special, once an hour, the lights change color. It's quite crowded.