Where to go in Chiang Mai, Thailand

You should spend 2 days visiting the temples themselves and the surrounding Waterfall. One of the impressive points which one to Chiang Mai and Wat Doi Su which is Thep, from here you can see the entire city of ChiangMai. Move, you can rent a motorbike to go (note the left side of the road Thai travel, Doi Su Thep road up a steep and twisting, you take careful note), also can rent a tuktuk to move.


You should buy one adventure tour around Chiang Mai, there are many options such as tour: rafting, bamboo, elephant riding, visit Long neck tribe, Jungle flight (this role orgasm, including travel time and go play around 8.30am, about 3pm on to motels).

You can book a tour through Hotel2Thailand for cheap and convenient. This is a station tour bookings as well as Land Prestige rooms, the majority of people are set to go through this dust, because the price is cheaper than buying in the Thai agents, fast service and support 24 hours online. Information about Adventure tour in Chiang Mai you see here


Some straight sight not to be missed

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple

18 km from the city, the temple is located on the slopes at an altitude of 1,073 Suthep. Coming here you will admire the gilded stupa is great, and can be seen from the city of cloudy days. It was built in 1383 during the Lanna. The road to the temple is 290 Naga stairs. If you are not able to climb the stairs, we can safely go by cable car with just 20 baht. You should go here by motorbike to travel cheaply and are free (note the mountain road).

Wat Chedi Luang

The temple is located in the city in line Prapokklao. Original temple was built in 1401 by order of King Saeng Muang Ma. 1454, reigning King Tilo-Garaj extend to a height of 86 Chedi m. After the earthquake in 1545 Stupa lies in ruins until the years 1991 to 1992, when it was rebuilt at a cost of several million baht. Article characteristic of this temple is the unique architecture and art Lanna dynasty (Northern Thai). Wat Chedi Luang is also known as one of the temporary place of worship of the Jade Buddha, now being worshiped in Wat Phra Kaeo in Bangkok. Opening hours: 8:00 to 17:00.

Mae Sa Elephant Camp

Mae Sa Elephant Camp is surrounded by lush forest canopy, tucked away in a picturesque valley. The camp is located about 30 km from the city to the north. Mae Sa is home to more than 70 domesticated elephants along with the mahout. Every day, the elephants being bathed and having fun in the river, feeding and perform a series of exercises. At this point you will be riding elephants walk around the camp, learn about the life of Elephant, and enjoy the natural surroundings. Apart from a short visit during the day, you can also try to join the mahout training base, this is only for those who go in-depth understanding only. The course will teach you about the issue of animal biology, health requirements, body language, as well as command, train painting, bathing, and control elephants.

Chiang Mai Zoo

This is a great zoo strict management, forest located on the slopes of Doi Suthep. Zoo is home to over 200 species of mammals, birds from Asia and Africa. It also kept the two panda Lin Hui, and notoriously Xuang Xuang, Goodwill Ambassador of Thailand and the People’s Republic of China. Their son was named “Lin Ping”. Departments end Open from 8 am to 6 pm daily. In addition, the zoo is open from dusk 6 pm to 9 pm. For more information, you can visit the website http://www.chiangmaizoo.com.

Karen ancient peoples and Chiang Dao Caves

Coming to Thailand’s northern region, you should visit the villages of the ethnic neck long. There are 2 ways to reach them is to visit villages in the area Padung Chiang Dao cave, or on the road from Mae Sai in Chiang Rai travel.

The cave is located about 72km north of Chiang Mai. Boasting some of the  stretches several kilometers into the mountains. The official figure is about 12 km. The cave is part of a mountain range 2,100 meters high Chiang Dao.


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