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Chiang Mai

Nicknamed the "Rose of the North," Chiang Mai boasts an eclectic blend of historic and unique cultures. This 700-year old city is Thailand's beloved Northern capital and the cornerstone of any trip to Thailand. Famous for its numerous temples, especially the auspicious Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai also features elephant safaris, bamboo rafting and colorful handicrafts.

Chiang Mai

Night Bazaar

A popular tourist attraction, this huge outdoor market sells products from all over Thailand and is a great place to find bargain souvenirs.

Elephant Nature Park

The Elephant Nature Park is a sanctuary for rescued elephants and it gives its visitors an opportunity to get to know these unique creatures.

Wat Chedi Luang

Wat Chedi Luang, a temple built in the 15th century, has withstood a major earthquake. Although the earthquake has reduced Wat Chedi Luang to half of its original size, the temple still remains as the tallest building in the town.

Wat Pra Singh

Wat Pra Singh is the temple that contains the most important statue of Buddha in Chiang Mai. The statue was originally sculpted in Sri Lanka and had traveled and stayed in many different locations prior to its final residence in Wat Pra Singh. The temple is covered with wall murals depicting ancient literatures.

Wat Chiang Mun

Wat Chiang Mun is reputed to be the oldest temple in Chiang Mai. The classic Lanna temple houses two Buddha statues: Pra Seh-Taang Kamaneeee and Phra Sila Khoa. Both statues are claimed to be at least 2,000 years old.

Bo Sang Village

Bo Sang is a small rural village in the outskirts of Chiang Mai. Known for its craftsmanship, the Bo Sang villagers meticulously hand craft Thailand s most famous umbrellas with brightly colored Sa paper.

Doi Suthep Temple

Doi Suthep Temple is one of the most important temples in Thailand. Built in 1386, the Doi Suthep Temple overlooks the city from its mountain throne. The site of the temple was chosen by placing a relic of Buddha on an elephant and letting the animal roam until it trumpeted, circled around, and kneeled down. Visitors must conquer the 300-step stairway before reaching the walled temple. The main attraction within the Doi Suthep Temple is the gold-covered giant Chedi surrounded by four golden umbrella-like shapes. The giant golden Chedi, otherwise known as the Holy Pagoda, houses important Buddhist relics. The temple also showcases a collection of murals depicting the life and teachings of Buddha.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

Bangkok, Pattaya & Chiang Mai 10 Days 8 Nights (2016)[RAM]

  • Tour Code:RAM        Date:08/11/2016 ~ 12/08/2016
  • Price From:$1600.00 Land Only
Visiting: Bangkok(3 nts) - Pattaya(2 nts) - Chiang Mai(3 nts) 

Chiang Mai 3 nights 4 days (2016)[CNX PKG]

  • Tour Code:CNX PKG        Date:04/01/2016 ~ 03/31/2017
  • Price From:$420.00 Land Only

Chiang Mai, Thailand's beloved northern capital, is set amid a backdrop of beautiful mountain landscapes. This 700-year old city is the cornerstone of any journey to Thailand, boasting over hundreds of unique temples, cultural riches and fantastic handicraft villages. Venture into the jungles just outside of Chiang Mai to take a once-in-a-lifetime elephant safari and visit the hill tribes of northern Thailand.

Visiting: Chiang Mai(3 nts)