The highest institution in northern Thailand, former prime minister Yingluck once studied here. Chiang Mai University is a tourist attraction. It is not for you to walk around at will. You need to purchase a sightseeing ticket to visit the Jingxin Lake. Tourists can only take pictures here.
I studied here for my summers during undergrad and yes I've gone back because my family lives in Thailand. I loved the University. It's huge, but they have many pretty places to see and EAT! If you like nature and cooler weather and need to study abroad - CMU is the best place.
In fact, Chiang Mai University is not free to go sightseeing, but I went there by car. The master thought I was an international student and communicated with him in English. He felt that he understood, but did not understand, so I was sent to the student dormitory. As a result, I ran away in Chiang Mai University alone, the sun was big, but the greenery inside was still very good, like a forest park. You must take a sightseeing bus. It's so big that I almost broke my foot.
In addition to providing higher education opportunities for Northern Thai students, Chiang Mai University also provides a high-quality learning environment for foreign students. Chiang Mai University is famous for medicine and engineering. As one of the oldest universities in Thailand, Chiang Mai University has abundant teaching resources and teaching facilities. The air-conditioned central library is the most modern library in northern Thailand. It has a collection of more than 700,000 volumes, more than 700 Thai periodicals, and foreign languages. More than 350 periodicals and a large number of audiovisual materials. Each college has an independent library connected to the central library. Each college has a computer network connected to the school’s central network. Students can use the computer network in the school’s computer center and student dormitories.