Thai environmentalists and civil organisations are in uproar over a controversial 955 million baht (S$40.3 million) housing project in Chiang Mai for judges and court officials that they say encroaches on a national park.
The summer residences - comprising more than 40 bungalows and 13 apartment buildings on 23.5ha of land - are built on the slopes of Doi Suthep, an iconic mountain that houses at its peak the northern province's holiest shrine, the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.
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