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Where to meet new friends in Chiang Mai ?

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Hi

I just bought an apartment in CH and will move  there soon.

Do anybody know some good places to meet new friends, since I pt.
do not know anybody in CH ?

:jap:

Edited by Muggi1968
Bad spelling...

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1 hour ago, chingmai331 said:

CH = Chiang Mai??

Muggi's got some learning to do. ;)

What part of CM do you live in, Muggi?

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I believe there is an expat club. Might be a place to start.

Otherwise there is a potential friend of either gender in any bar in C M.

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1 minute ago, evenstevens said:

C/mai Expats club, also fondly called ,Gods Waiting Room  ,maybe a good start,  what to expect

So have you ever been recently?
 

The nag is still finishing last these days at the races

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Go wherever people are doing things you like to do, golf, beer, tennis, biking, hiking, fencing, <deleted>, whatever it is.


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3 hours ago, Bill97 said:

Go wherever people are doing things you like to do, golf, beer, tennis, biking, hiking, fencing, <deleted>, whatever it is.


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There isn't a place where people do things I like to do in C M :smile:. I like ballroom dancing, square dancing, rock and roll dancing, ukulele bands among other such uncool past times. I'd even settle for a bit of taxi dancing, but google informs me of no such in the most boring tourist city in all of Thailand.

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Join the big, big crowd, 'beachlovers', of bored people who live in CM, and every other city in the world.  If anyone expects others to solve life's problems, boredom and trouble arises.

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Do you like to swim/exercise? I have always made lots of friends at health clubs because you see the same people on a regular basis and often chat between sets. Exercise is another benefit.

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