I don’t know why IslamicFinder.org has three separate listings for Chiang Mai, but the only difference seems to be the latitude and longitude — the prayer guide is the same for all three: 3 Towns or Cities found that start with Chiang Mai.
Another website with such a guide is NamazVakitleri.org. Now, I am not exactly studying these things, but the times seem slightly at variance with the previous website.
Another such website is Salat-Time.com. Once more, its times seem to differ somewhat from what is provided by the other two.
Finally, if I am to understand the information at Islamic Academy correctly, the times on the 12-month calendar shown at this website is never going to change, no matter what year a visitor to the website is living in.
It’s all far too confusing for me.
By the way, a nice overview of the Muslim population in Chiang Mai is given at MuslimPopulation.com: The Crescent in North Thailand: Muslims of Chiang Mai.
Now here are some related references that I am adding in a December 2, 2012, edit to this post:
Khun Abdullah and Khun Yakub, Muslims I met in Chiangmai, told me that this mosque is built by Chinese Muslim (Yunnan descendants) community. It was Interesting to know more actually, but I got no time luxury and not …
Publish Date: 05/07/2011 8:21
During during prayer time we socialise with the Muslim community of Chiang Mai at Bah Ho Mosque.About 40-50 peolpe were usually seened attending the congregation daily for Zohor and Asar prayer. Majority are Chinese …
Publish Date: 12/25/2008 17:46
In 1905, he migrated to Chiang Mai City. The Yunnanese Muslims at that time had strong links with Thai society, and stories of Zheng’s connections and activities, in particular, have been handed down to later generations.
Publish Date: 11/14/2012 20:40
NAMED as the “Most Splendid City of Culture” by the Cabinet, 3 May, Chiang Mai at the grand age of 716 intends to fine tune its image to embrace. … To succeed the tourism sector needs to understand the Muslim way of life, halal food preparation and prayer room requirements in hotels. “If we can supply … “It will reduce travelling time from Bangkok to Chiang Mai from seven hours to three and a half hours and will be able to carry more travellers than other transport.” …
Publish Date: 09/11/2012 0:55
Primarily, the author seeks to respond to an earlier generation of scholarship exemplified by Suthep Soonthornpasuch’s 1977 dissertation that also focused on Chinese Muslim identity in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Suchart rightly laments the fact that so little scholarship on … PhD dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1977.] The author then frames his work with three questions: 1) How has Chinese Muslim identity changed over time and due to what conditions?
Publish Date: 09/25/2012 0:04
The chant of the Buddhist Monks will be drowned out by the nails-on-a chalkboard Muslim call to prayer. everyone we spoke with is terrified that the building of a proposed large mosque will start the all-too-familiar pattern of increasing Muslim presence and demands for accommodation and … About 400 protesters from Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai and Lamphun gathered at Ban Pong Namron of Tambon Mae Jedi Mai, where the proposed mosque would be built. Buddhist …
Publish Date: 05/27/2012 12:03
Well, old Chiang Mai city (square in shape) was surrounded by a moat until today. As time goes on, the city spreads outside the moat. It is interesting to visit this city as it is close to the mountains and forest where you can enjoy nature, farms, animal … For the Muslim visitors, you do not have to worry, there are many mosques that you can visit or perform your prayer. The Hidayatul Mosque (Ban Haw) is centrally located in the city at Changklan Road (Charoen Prathet 1) …
Publish Date: 03/11/2012 1:20
So for our Muslim fans, here’s a list of Muslim-friendly food places and mosques at some of our destinations to quell your worries while travelling and have more time for exploring! Compiled by : Jayne … Hamid Restaurant 73 – 75 Prachathipat Road. Sami Kitchen 198/4 Ratthakan Road. MOSQUE. Yamah Muslim Mosque Tambon Klong Hao, Amphoe Hat Yai. CHIANG MAI. FOOD. Asma Restaurant 149/20 Anusan Market, Chang Khlan Road, Mueng. Steak Mr. Jo …
Publish Date: 03/27/2012 3:16
The Muslim population of Chiang Mai is not particularly large – according to the 1980 census it comprised a mere 2.5% of the city’s overall total – but it is successful, diverse, and (at least in the main Muslim neighbourhoods) very noticeable. Four main … Today Ban Chang Peuak consists of about 75 households clustered around the An-Nur mosque, all of whom profess the Muslim faith, a shared ancestry, and involvement at some time in their lives in the cattle trade.
Publish Date: 09/21/2007 5:24
Ricky’s Grandparents Visit Chiang Mai Trip to the Temple
Uploaded by chriskrokos April 2, 2008
GRANDPARENTS Last week Ricky’s grandparents came from Issan and visited him in Chiang Mai Thailand. They had a great time playing together, going to local temples, swimming at the Sankampaeng Hot Springs and dining in many good restaurants in town. Ricky’s sister Tawanchai invited everyone to the music school for her weekly rehearsals.