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 ...
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Mae Taeng – A concluding article

Most of the tourist activities in Chiang Mae area are based in Taeng Mae and its vicinity – many elephant ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Rafting Chiang Mai

Mae Taeng river which cuts through the area enables a fun rafting experience for the entire family ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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The Giant Café – Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai / The Giant Café ,  A 90-minute drive from the city of Chiang Mai, while heading towards the ...
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