Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

At km 12, was established in 1993 and received a great honor from HM Queen Sirikit to grant a royal permission to name this garden offer Her Majesty’s name. The Garden is situated at the foothills of Doi Suthep-Pui, covering area about 960 hectares. Here is the first true botanical garden in Thailand, was created […]

Night Barzaar

Many kinds of Thai-Products, handicraft from wood, textile, sa-paper, silver, bronze etc. show you for shopping along Changklan Road until cross Tha Pae Road. Open 6.00 pm to nearly 12.00 pm. There are so many food shops (Thai-Nations), Pub and Bars around this area. You can walk along both sides of the street to find […]

Elephant Camps

Mae Sa Camp at Km 10 and Pong Yaeng Camp at Km 19. Offer you elephant show daily and excited elephant riding sight seeing tour. Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden At km 12, was established in 1993 and received a great honor from HM Queen Sirikit to grant a royal permission to name this garden offer […]

Maesa Valley

On MaeRim – Samerng Route, there are lots of a attractions along the route. Most tour agencies offer tours to this valley. Many orchids become Thailand’s National flowers, in various of kinds or species you can see here. The farms provide sufficient information on the cultivation process, original real orchid souvenirs and jewelry.If you want […]

Doi Inthanon

About 109 km. from Chiang Mai. You will reach the highest area in Thailand. (2565 m. above sea level.) Where the temperature never rise above 18 c through the year. The name “Inthanon” came from the name of “Chao Inthavichayanon”, the 7th king of Chiang Mai. He demanded that his ashes remain at Doi Aang-Ka […]

Bosang Umbrella Village

Borsang village, Sankampaeng District of Chiang Mai in the heart of the handicraft industy. You will find all of the tradditional handicraft of the old days an the new in many shops along the Chiang Mai – Sankampaeng Road. Umbrella making at Borsang village is Chaingmai’s famous traditional tour. Here the handpaint without pre – […]

Old Temple Chiang Mai

Wat Chedi Luang Credit : Sarawut Supakwong,2016. One of the most important temples in the city. The exact date of construction has not been decided. The name “Wat Chedi Luang” or “The Great Pagoda Temple” was informally called by the people simply because the largest chedi in Chiang Mai. (About 55 m. on each side […]

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