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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is one of the historical cities located in the north of Thailand, also referred to as the “Rose of the North”. It is famous for its historical temples, picturesque mountains, cool weather, and scenic views. If you're looking for somewhere with a slower pace of life with a quieter and more relaxed scene, then Chiang Mai may be better suited for you.

Here is some recommended destination in Chiang for your reference:

Kanta Elephant Sanctuary

Kanta Elephant Sanctuary, The Ultimate Elephant Sanctuary. A new dimension of seeing, feeling and touching the elephants in the wild open space, happily. As they are parts of our family there is no need to control them in the harm way.

This will definitely be a great experience for your stay because you will get to feed the elephants, wash them and hug them. The tour guide here is very enthusiastic and always ready to answer all your questions. The elephants are so well kept and treated with the highest levels of hygiene and health. The place offered an educational experience as well as allowing us to prepare food and feed the elephants. 




Wat phra singh

A visit to Wat Phra Singh gives you an insightful glimpse into Lanna temple art and architecture. Hailed as one of the two most venerated temples in Chiang Mai alongside Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, this 14th-century Buddhist temple houses a number of classic Lanna style buildings and very old Buddha images.

This is where the heart and culture of Chiang Mai is embodied with its heritage temples, Lanna style houses, bustling markets, delicious food and charming boutique hotels. It's a walking city so you could explore almost everything and anything comfortably by foot or you could rent a motorbike, ride a Tuk Tuk or mini-bus.

 It is a major Buddhist temple complex originally built in 1345 by King Phayu and has since gone several restorations and maintenance throughout times. Two of its most popular and stunning buildings are the Golden Pagoda and the main temple which enthrones the Golden Buddha statue. The temple gets its name from the Lions or Singh guarding the complex. The main temple is by the main road just behind a statue of the Golden Monk on a small round about rotunda. 



Ploen ruedee night market

The Ploen Ruedee Night Market is an excellent destination for eating and shopping in Chiang Mai. It’s set up like a food park where dozens of stalls and vendors serve up mouth-watering local and international treats.

This marketplace is a gastronomic festival, lined with shops preparing everything from Thai street foods to Italian pizza. The live music, bright lights, pubs, crowds and shopping stalls only heighten the carnivalesque atmosphere this place offers.

You cannot miss visiting the main shopping center of the city – Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. Even if you are not in any mood to shop, do visit this lively market with hundreds of vendors and an absolute flood of products for sale. It is a different kind of experience altogether.


Chiang Mai provides a pleasant contrast to Bangkok’s shopping malls, food stalls and noisy traffic. If you’re someone who loves nature, the mountains and the greenery, you’ll fall in love with Chiang Mai. In Chiang Mai, almost everything is at least a few baht cheaper. It’s a down to earth place with markets, many local restaurants and cafes, temples, and nature areas to visit. With its countless activities to partake in and endless sights to see, Chiang Mai is well worth your time and money to visit.