Chiang Mai

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This vibrant city is located in the mountainous northern region of Thailand. Known for its rich cultural heritage, the city is home to many ancient temples, including Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which sits atop a mountain overlooking the city. Visitors can explore the night markets, sample delicious Thai cuisine, and take part in traditional cultural activities like making handicrafts or learning to cook Thai food. With its stunning natural scenery, vibrant cultural scene, and welcoming atmosphere, Chiang Mai is a popular destination for travelers seeking a taste of authentic Thailand.

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Excursions in Chiang Mai

King Kong Zipline

The King Kong zipline is an exciting activity that you will never forget. Experience Asia’s tallest and longest zipline at 1200 metres! A thrilling and enjoyable activity with a breath-taking view from the top of the mountains in Maetonluang hamlet. A Thai buffet, beverages, and round-trip transportation are all included in the whole package.

Trekking (2D/1N)

During this tour, you will see the Mork Fah waterfall and the Pong Deuad Hot Springs, from where you will begin your trek to the Karen village. Meet some of the inhabitants by visiting one of the village houses.
The next day, you will hike to the rafting camp, where you will do bamboo rafting. Learn about the Lahu tribe and end the tour at Shan village via raft.

Tuk Tuk Selfdrive

Learn to drive a Tuk Tuk and discover the gorgeous rural country roads and settlements of the Doi Inthanon foothills. Explore distant mountain temples, drive through breath-taking landscapes, and get a taste of life in Northern Thailand. You’ll also get to know a small herd of gorgeous elephants and hear about their lifestyle before floating downriver on a bamboo raft. This tour is perfect if you want a true, action-packed Chiang Mai experience.

Samlor Tour

You will proceed via “Samlor,” or rickshaw, from Thapae Gate, one of the four old city gates. During this cycling section, you can make stops at Wat Chiang Man, Wat Chedi Luang, and Wat Phra Singh. After that, you can either return to your hotel or explore Chiang Mai.

Hotels in Chiang Mai

Rimping Village

4-star boutique hotel

Rimping Village is a Chiang Mai boutique hotel set in the calm and green Wat Gate village on the east bank of the Ping River. The Hotel close by Chiang Mai night market, built in 2005, was meant to blend in with its surroundings and to pay attention to the community’s heritage, which revolves around the beautiful temple.

Akyra Manor

5-star boutique hotel

Akyra Manor is a small but luxurious hotel. The interiors are design-oriented, with exceptional modern artworks that complement the hotel’s location on the outskirts of the city’s fashionable Artist Quarter. It’s the fashionable downtown hotel that Chiang Mai lacked.

Na Nirand

5-star romantic boutique resort

Legendary legends, mixed with the history of the Charoenprathet road area, where the resort is located, inspired the creation of this gorgeous jewel. The magnificent history and legendary stories, along with the warm, friendly, and attentive Thai-style service, are the characteristics of Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort, and they will live on in the memories of all visitors for the rest of their lives.

137 Pillars House

5-star hotel

The now-suite-only resort is stunning, and breath-taking in a manner that only history can express. It is the telling of a story that is intertwined with legacy and culture, and, like most things beautiful, it is complicated and deeply recorded. From the house’s foreign origins through its metamorphosis as a boutique hotel and a new journey that chronicles its history.