To do & See in Chiang Mai
Places to see in Chiang Mai
Hill tribes tour Chiang Mai
Meet the different cultures, beliefs and colorful dress of six hill tribes people in one day, the Karen, Lisu, Palong, Lahu, Akha and the famous long necked Padaung whose women wear brass rings around the neck.
Temple Tour Chiang Mai
Discover the beautiful and elaborate Lanna temples of Chiang Mai that count among the oldest in the country dating back to the founding of the city in the 13th century.
The infamous Golden Triangle, once the center of poppy growing and opium trade in South East Asia, is where Thailand, Burma and Laos meet separated by the Mekong river. Now the area is peaceful dotted with hill tribe villages, markets and hilltop temples.
Temple Tour Lamphun & Lampang
Lamphun and Lampang are among the oldest towns in Thailand. Visit the most beautiful ancient temples, and see the last surviving examples of Mon Hariphunchai architecture in Thailand.
Khantoke Dinner & traditional Lanna dance
A Khantoke dinner provides the opportunity to enjoy Lanna cuisine while watching young girls in colorful costumes perform traditional Lanna dances like the fingernail dance, circle dance and candle dance.
Doi Suthep Temple Chiang Mai
Visit one of Thailand’s most important temples, Doi Suthep Temple. Admire the beauty of the temple buildings, the Buddha images as well as the mural paintings. From the top of the mountain, you will have some great views of Chiang Mai.
White water rafting Chiang Mai
If you are looking for excitement and fun, this rafting trip on the powerful Mae Taeng river is the thing to do. An amazing wilderness experience in an unspoiled environment passing through gorges and past waterfalls. Get wet and enjoy!
Doi Inthanon National Park tour
Visit Doi Inthanon national park containing the highest peak in Thailand. See the unique flora and fauna, visit a hill tribes people village and see one of the impressive waterfalls of this park.
Royal Flora Ratchaphruek
The Royal Flora Ratchaphruek is a horticultural exhibition in Chiang Mai where visitors can admire thousands of colorful flowers and plants in large landscaped gardens. Among the highlights are the orchid pavilion and the Ho Kham, a Royal Pavilion in traditional Lanna style architecture.