About Chiangmai

Chiang Mai, a city surrounded by a ring of mountains, has weathered seven hundred years of fascinating history. Chiang Mai has its own very distinctive culture, arts, festivals, and traditions as well as an exciting mix of local, ethnic as well as expatriate communities from all over the world. It has been voted one of the top destinations to live in Asia and is a modern and cosmopolitan city, while not having lost its traditional old charm. Night Bazaar is a heaven for shopping. Saturday and Sunday walking street the best place of local products. “DoiSuthep” the temple on the mountain, “DoiInthanon” the highest mountain in Thailand, also many well-known temples in the Chiang Mai City.

Attraction places in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Night Safari

      This is an abundant night safari. Visitors can see various kinds of animals such as elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, Asiatic black bears, tigers, hyenas, crocodiles, etc. by open-air tram. There is also a trekking route to see the wild animals surrounded by a beautiful atmosphere on the lake’s bank that is full of various trees.

San Kamphaeng

      San Kamphaeng is famous for silk and a cotton-weaving village. Most of the visitors to Chiang Mai visit San Kamphaeng for souvenirs that are high quality but inexpensive. The village showcases a weaving factory as well as a weaving process. On the way from Chiang Mai to San Kamphaeng, there are factories and souvenir shops that sell woodcarving, silverware, earthenware, lacquerware, and cotton fabrics.

Phra That Si Chom Thong Temple

      This temple is situated approximately 58 kilometers from the town in Chom Thong District. The temple can be dated back to the mid-1400s and houses a collection of bronze Buddha images while the secondary chapel contains a holy Buddha relic.

Chiang Mai Zoo

      Chiang Mai Zoo is located next to Huai Kaeo Arboretum. It is a well-managed large zoo, which occupies the lower forested slopes of Doi Suthep Mountain. The zoo contains more than 200 types of Asian and African mammals and birds. The most popular star here is a couple of panda, the friendship Chinese ambassador.

Chiang Mai Walking Street Wualai Walking Street (Saturday Market)

      The open-air market will be set up for the famous handicraft area. Tourists are enjoy the local foods and Thai traditional performances.

Tha Pae Walking Street (Sunday Market)

      There are variety kinds of local products on a reasonable price along both side of the street where Thai and foreign tourists are enjoy walking & shopping without exhaustion.

Night Bazaar

      The Night Bazaar is a shopping haven where one can find handmade products and souvenirs from many Chiang Mai villages and hill tribes. Local cloths and fabrics are reasonably priced for purchasing.

Mae Sa Elephant Camp

      Maesa Elephant Camp is home to one of the largest assembly of elephants in the north of Thailand. Our philosophy is to create a natural and healthy environment for the elephants while working to conserve and breed them,due to the dwindling number of Asian elephants left in the wild.

Eagle Track Zipline

      Eagle Track Zipline is an adventure acitivities, perfectly located under an hour outside of Chiang Mai city center. Situated between three hill tribe villages, up in a hillside with paddy fields and the MaeRam river flowing below, we operate two zipline adventures in a cooperative arrangement with the local Hmong and Karen communities.

Chiang Mai Walking Street Traditional Cotton Woven Village

      Traditional Cotton Woven Village is located 3 kilometres from Mae Chaem District Office in Tambon Tha Pha. The weaving of northern unique style Sarong is made in this tambon. Around 150 households produce this distinctive cotton. Nowadays, the unique weaving style fabric is in a great demand because of its striking colour and indigenous style. It can be purchased at a low cost for a token of souvenir.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

      Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is the most important and visible landmark, and overlooks the city from its forested mountain backdrop. The temple is approached on foot by climbing a steep Naga staircase comprising 290 steps. The less energetic may ascend by railcars. The temple compound offers an exhilarating view of Chiang Mai city and surrounding countryside.

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