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    What We Love About Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai is Thailand's cultural hotspot filled with amazing architecture and natural wonders. Head to the living museum that is Chiang Mai Old City, and check out the ancient walls and temples that have withstood time. The coffee lovers will be surprised to know that Chiang Mai is home to numerous coffee concepts that pop up throughout the city. For a more laid-back experience, immerse yourself in nature at the Doi Inthanon National Park and trek along Angkha Nature Walk to Wachiritharn Waterfall. For the true escape, spend a night at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary and care for the gentle giants.

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    Things to Do and See in Chiang Mai

    Situated on the northern rocky mountains of Thailand, there is no shortage of interesting and exciting adventures in Chiang Mai for all kinds of travelers. With its exquisite temples, colorful festivals, and beautiful natural attractions, this small yet impressive city promises a cultural experience like no other. Discover the best places to go to with this helpful guide!

    Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

    Magnificently perched on a mountain more than 1,000 meters in height, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep is one of the holiest sites in Thailand. Legend has it that it was built on the grounds where a sacred white elephant lay dead after carrying a piece of bone from Buddha's shoulder up the mountain. Its most recognizable part is the golden 24-meter shrine that gleams under the sun, but there's more to see on the temple grounds. Tourists can walk up the 300 steps and see ornate jeweled serpents on the rails, or take the elevator for a quick ride to the top. Located just 15 kilometers from Chiang Mai, a visit to this Buddhist temple is a quick getaway where you can even see great sights of the city below.

    Wat Chedi Luang

    Located inside the walled parts of the old city are the glorious ancient ruins of Wat Chedi Luang. Dating back to the 14th century, its most prominent structure is the impressive chedi or pagoda with four staircases on each side guarded by large Nagas or mythical snakes. Although there were plans of restoring the chedi to its former grandeur, there is no clear picture of what it used to look like, making it an unfinished yet breathtaking monument. As it is an active Buddhist temple, you can encounter monks passing by or even have a chat with them at certain hours. Though there is a small entrance fee to enter the temple, it’s a sight worth seeing, especially during sunset, where its facade is surrounded by beautiful hues of the sky.

    Doi Suthep

    See the awe-inspiring beauty of nature as you visit Doi Suthep, a mountain over 1,600 meters high. The mountain is also renowned for holding one of the most sacred sites in Chiang Mai, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, a glistening golden temple that is said to keep a relic of Buddha. But the mountain offers much more than that! You can have a peaceful walk through its evergreen forests and climb up its summit for spectacular views of the city. Home to many tribes, you can also get to know some of the locals and their unique culture and way of life to have a truly memorable and captivating experience. For tourists looking for a more cultural and down-to-earth trip, Doi Suthep is an ideal destination.

    Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

    Home to a variety of exotic flora and fauna, Doi Suthep–Pui National Park lets you see nature at its finest. From splashing in the refreshing waterfalls, riding a bike on the rocky paths, or hiking on the seemingly endless trails, the park caters to the more laid-back travelers looking for a fun yet leisurely day under the sun. Catch stunning views of the temples and buildings of Chiang Mai during sunset to end your exciting trip to the city.

    Wat Chiang Man

    Wat Chiang Man is the oldest Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, established by the founder of the city King Mengrai. It consists of two wihans or meditation halls adorned with intricate carvings, each containing two of the most important statues of Buddha: the marble Phra Sila and the crystal Phra Sae Tang Khamani. The most prominent feature in the entire complex is the beautiful gold-topped stupa known as Chedi Chang Lom, which has 15 lifesize elephant carvings on its base. A much quieter space compared to the other temples in the city, many tourists enjoy having a moment of peace walking around the grounds and the surrounding garden.

    Chiang Mai Zoo

    Home to over 400 species of animals spread across 200 acres, the Chiang Mai Zoo is a must-visit destination for the entire family. Some of these adorable creatures include pandas, penguins, hippos, koalas, and orangutans. You can get around the zoo by renting a golf cart for self-driving or you can get a bus pass to hop on and off at your chosen stop. The zoo also has a freshwater aquarium that holds a variety of unique marine life and a snow dome that offers a winter wonderland of artificial snow. Just a few kilometers from downtown Chiang Mai and at the foot of Doi Suthep, you can easily reach the zoo from other nearby attractions.

    Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

    After your day of touring the city, spend your evening in Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, located in the main shopping street of Chang Khlan Road. One of the most popular markets in Thailand, this is the best place to get a great deal for souvenirs, local handicrafts, paintings, and tasty delicacies. Don’t forget to negotiate or bargain with the vendors to get more out of your money! After shopping, stay and enjoy live music, or have a filling meal at one of the authentic restaurants nearby.

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    Chiang Mai is Thailand's cultural hotspot filled with amazing architecture and natural wonders. Head to the living museum that is Chiang Mai Old City, and check out the ancient walls and temples that have withstood time.


    The coffee lovers will be surprised to know that Chiang Mai is home to numerous coffee concepts that pop up throughout the city. For a more laid-back experience, immerse yourself in nature at the Doi Inthanon National Park and trek along Angkha Nature Walk to Wachiritharn Waterfall. For the true escape, spend a night at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary and care for the gentle giants.

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    What Travellers Think of Chiang Mai

    Thais
    Published 213 days ago
    It was great to learn a little bit more about Thai cullinary. There was only 5 people on the day of our course. We did a full day course, but by 2pm we were finished. I am not sure if because there weren't many people or because a lot of the prep it's already done. I wish we did more stuff on the prep ourselves as all portions for each dish were already separated. The sticky rice was pretty much ready so we did not get to cook one. I am aware it takes ages, but what if you start with desert first so it would be ready by the end of the day? Or we cooked for the next day class and so on. I also wish we had more time between courses as we were so full at the end. But again it might be due to the fact there we were only 5 people.
    SOON THIAN
    Published 206 days ago
    Well worth the trip. I got 10% discount for my booking by applying promo code, the final price became RM 146.84. From my observation, the walk in price for Chiang Mai Night Safari alone was 900 bahts, the cost for Songthaew ride from Chiang Mai city to Doi Suthep & Bhubing Palace was around 200 bahts, thus I had saved a lot money & time on travel by booking this tour service. The tour guide Miss Dada was friendly & well spoken. She was fluent in both English & Mandarin. Despite of long hour of waiting, she still treated her tourist patiently & warm until end of the day. The spots visited were mesmerizing & had their own specialities. I enjoyed the trip very much.
    Hui Fen Melissa
    Published 213 days ago
    Our guide, Charlie, explained to us which part of the leaves to pluck for making green tea, before spending about 15 minutes or so having a go at plucking the leaves. Once done with plucking, he & his wife demonstrated and showed us the process of dehydrating the leaves and explained the fermentation processes to produce different kind of teas. After the tour, lunch & snacks was served at their compound. It was an open concept area so you can take in the sights of the plantation and breathe the cooling fresh air. The food was home cooked, very delicious!
    CARMEN
    Published 195 days ago
    I haven't tried to visit the Buddhist temple overnight. It feels special. Shuanglong Temple is a solemn and golden Buddhist temple. Although there is a long staircase to go to Shuanglong Temple, you can see the night view of Chiang Mai in addition to the glittering temple It is still worth a visit. In addition, the tour guide and driver are very good. The tour guide also provides very professional and funny explanations, and the entire trip is very satisfactory.
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    Jungmin
    Published 37 days ago
    After receiving aroma every time, I also received Thai yoga, which was better than I thought. One of the indispensable courses in Chiang Mai that we definitely visit once or twice a year, our couple often goes there. The pick-up and drop-off service is so good and I canceled it this year with Corona, but I want to go back to my daily life as soon as possible...
    Shu Chieh
    Published 136 days ago
    There is a special car to pick up from the residence service is very intimate! The zipline itself is divided into three levels, and you can choose according to your level of stimulation. We choose the first level and have a lot of fun. Although it is very exciting, the coach will carefully explain and guide, so it is actually safe!

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