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Category: Chiang Mai Travel
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Chiang Mai (city) – a concluding review
Chiang Mae means ‘the new city’. It was built in 1296 and previously known as the capital of the ancient ...
Mae Taeng – A concluding article
Most of the tourist activities in Chiang Mae area are based in Taeng Mae and its vicinity – many elephant ...
Mork Fa Waterfall / Chiang Mai
Mork Fa waterfall can be found in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, in a wonderfully green area that hasn’t been commercialized yet. The waterfall is 60 ...
Doi Inthanon National Park Part B – The King and Queen Pagodas, markets and more / Chiang Mai
Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Nophamethanidon are 2 spectacular pagodas that were built for the Thai king & queen’s birthday. The ...
Doi Inthanon National Park Part A – Walking track, waterfalls and Doi Inthanon mountain top
Doi Inthanon National Park is very popular among locals and tourists alike, who come here to enjoy the fresh, cool ...
Sankampaeng Hot Springs – Chiang Mai
30 km south of Chiang Mai city, slightly after the umbrella and handicraft villages (Bo Sang & Sankampaeng), you’ll find ...
Bo Sang Umbrella Village & Sankampaeng Villages – Paper Umbrellas and Various Handicrafts – Chiang Mai
Some 13 km south of Chiang Mai city, on route 1006 (Sankampaeng Rd) there are several villages that function as ...
Wat Ban Den – Mae Taeng area – Chiang Mai
Wat Ban Den is a unique, spectacular place to visit – seemingly taken from an illustrated fairy tale and gracefully ...
Pong Dueat Hot Spring / Chiang Mai
“The Geyser”, or in its full name Pong Dueat Hot Spring, is located in the district of Mae Taeng ...
Op Luang National Park / Chiang Mai
Op Luang is a small yet charming national park, with impressive, mysterious landscapes. It is located south east of the ...
Rafting Chiang Mai
Mae Taeng river which cuts through the area enables a fun rafting experience for the entire family ...
Tha Ton Town & Wat Tha Ton Temple – Chiang Mai
Wat Tha Ton Temple – is a large complex with Chinese elements, located on different levels of the hill. Every ...
Doi Ang Khang – Chiang Mai
In the past, the place was covered with opium fields, that grew thanks to the work of local tribes, but ...
Chiang Dao Cave – Chiang Mai
Chiang Dao cave, which is in fact, a complex of 100 caves that are connected to one another. The caves ...
Bua Thong waterfalls – Si Lanna National Park – Chiang Mai
Bua Thong waterfalls stand out, and you won’t get to see similar sites in any other place in Thailand, so ...
Si Lanna National Park – Chiang Mai
The entire area is off the standard tourist grid, away from the common, redundant path. However, it is popular among ...
The Giant Café – Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai / The Giant Café , A 90-minute drive from the city of Chiang Mai, while heading towards the ...