The Navel City Pillar Overview

Another gem of a structure in Chiang Rai demonstrating the historical richness and architectural brilliance that Thailand claims The Navel City Pillar is one of the iconic places to visit in Chiang Rai. Unlike other cities in Thailand that have a single central pillar erected, Chiang Rai’s city pillar is a collection of 109 pillars.

The original name of the pillar is Sadu Meaung, and it was constructed in 1987 to mark the occasion of the sixtieth birthday of the then king, Bhumibol Adulyadej. The structure is a significant landmark in the city from both cultural and historical perspectives and is worth checking out. Visitors marvel at its intricate carvings and historical importance, reflecting the rich heritage of the region. For an immersive experience, consider exploring this landmark as part of Thailand holiday packages, which offer a curated blend of cultural exploration and leisure. Discover the enchanting allure of Chiang Rai and its iconic Navel City Pillar, which stands as a symbol of cultural significance in Thailand.

Location: Rop Wiang, Mueang Chiang Rai District, Chiang Rai

Timings: 9 am to 8 pm

Price: Free Entry

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