Tapeimen is a landmark of the ancient city of Chiang Mai and one of its entrances. The ancient city is a square, square, so there are gates on four corners. Tapeimen is the most famous, probably because it is the most complete existing gate in the ancient city. The whole wall is brick red, very primitive and simple, with a historical charm, so many tourists like to take photos here, even wedding photos, the effect is very good, especially feel. Tapeimen is not only a city gate with walls, but also a square. It often holds various celebrations and performances here. The day we arrived was the Flower Festival in Chiang Mai, so the whole square was decorated with flowers. Another unique feature of Tapeimen is that pigeons can be fed. Crowds of pigeons shake their wings in front of the brick-red wall background. It's a beautiful picture to imagine, but it's not easy to capture such a scene. Most of the time, visitors sit on the stone bench next to them to rest, while pigeons in twos and threes swing leisurely on the ground. There are many restaurants, massage shops and barbershops around Tapeimen. Of course, there are accommodation. It's 11 p.m. after massage, but it's very busy. There are many tugs and bicycles. There's no need to worry about traffic at all. Then there are many local people riding motorcycles to shuttle. In addition, Tapemen is also the starting point of the Saturday night market. As soon as Saturday evening comes, the long stall troop takes action, so it will be quite busy here.