The Bhubing Palace, built in 1961, is located on top of Doi Suthep Mountain to the west of City of Chiang Mai Province. The Palace is the royal winter residence in Chiang Mai where the Royal family stays during seasonal visits to the people in the northern part of Thailand and to take advantage of the great cool weather on Soi Suthep Mountain in the early part of the year. The palace is also used as the royal guesthouse for prominent state visitors from oversees. In the past Their Majesties welcomed or granted royal audience to State visitors only in the capital of Bangkok. The palace is open to the public, except when the royal family is in residence (usually January to March). The gardens of the Palace grounds are most notable and are what bring the visitors.
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