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1. Wat Chedi Luang

Wat Chedi Luang
Top Attraction 4.7 /5

1 km
from city center
1 out of 138
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Wat Chedi Luang or ‘the temple of the Great Stupa’ is the ruins of a Buddhist temple inside the old city of Chiang Mai. It is the original home to the Emerald Buddha, one of Thailand’s most important religious relics. It was shifted to Bangkok's Grand Palace following an earthquake in 1545. The temple is still an active place of worship, home to monks and Buddhist shrines.

2. Wat Phra Singh

Wat Phra Singh
Top Attraction 4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
2 out of 138
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Wat Phra Singh Woramahawihan is a Buddhist temple from the 14th century, often considered the most beautiful Chiang Mai temple. Part of the old city, it is also known as the Temple of the Lion Buddha, as it houses two Buddha statues. The temple is beautifully illuminated after dark.

3. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar
Top Things To Do

1 km
from city center
3 out of 138
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Located on Chang Khlan Thanon, on the eastern side of the old city, the bustling Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is a favorite haunt for shopaholics, with stalls selling clothing, accessories, decor items, artwork, toys, and electronics. It is also a great place to try local Thai delicacies like mango sticky rice, pad Thai, and spring rolls.

4. Doi Suthep

Doi Suthep
Top Attraction

8 km
from city center
4 out of 138
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Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, also popular as Doi Suthep, is one of Thailand's most historically significant places, dating back to 700 years. The gold-plated temple with an elaborate chedi sits on the top of Doi Suthep mountain and, thus, has a stunning view of Chaing Mai. You can reach here by hiking, renting a motorbike, or in a songthaew, then climb the 300 steps to the top or take an electric tram available from 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

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5. Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
Great For Family Outing

0 km
from city center
5 out of 138
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Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Chiang Mai is an ethical and sustainable elephant sanctuary offering activities and overnight stays. You can opt for morning, afternoon, full-day, or overnight visits, including buffet meals and pick-and-drop services. You can feed and bathe the elephants and tour the place with a guide.

6. Wat Phra That Doi Kham

Wat Phra That Doi Kham
4.1 /5

8 km
from city center
6 out of 138
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Wat Phra That Doi Kham, also known as the Golden Temple, is a temple housing a 17 metre tall golden statue of Buddha atop a hill. Set against the picturesque Doi Pui mountains with a panoramic view of the city below, the temple is said to preserve a lock of Buddha's hair. The complex is decorated with bells and gongs, as well as ancient sculptures of mythical creatures.

7. Chiang Mai Night Safari

Chiang Mai Night Safari
Fun For Kids 4.3 /5

10 km
from city center
7 out of 138
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World’s largest and ranked second as a nocturnal zoo, Chiang Mai Night safari park is an unparalleled African-Savannah-Cross Zoological park cum night safari. It functions as a zoo by the day and night safari after dawn. Modeled after Singapore Night Safari, the Chiang Mai Night Safari provides visitors a mind-blowing experience like being out in the wilderness at night.

8. Discover Cafes At Nimmanhaemin Road

Discover Cafes At Nimmanhaemin Road
Top Things To Do

3 km
from city center
8 out of 138
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Nimmanhaemin Road, more commonly referred to simply as ‘Nimman’, is a trendy, vibrant area in the historical town of Chiang Mai. It spans over 1 kilometre of quiet backstreets, apartment buildings, and hidden treasures. From cute boutique stores and quirky cafes to street markets and bustling nightlife, Nimman is hugely popular among the young crowd of Chiang Mai.

9. Wat Pha Lat

Wat Pha Lat
4.8 /5

6 km
from city center
9 out of 138
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Located deep within a forest, Wat Pha Lat is a temple that merges the spirituality of Buddhism with the beauty of nature. It can be reached after a delightful hike along the monk's trail, completing which the temple offers a rewarding experience. One finds that stone images and carved statues are set amidst freely flowing waterfalls, sounds of birds and a peaceful atmosphere.

10. Wat Chiang Man

Wat Chiang Man
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
10 out of 138
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Built-in 1296 CE during the inception of Chiang Mai, Wat Chiang Man is the oldest temple in the city. It is located in the northeast corner of the old walled part of Chiang Mai, between Phra Pok Klao 13 road and Ratchaphakhinai 1 road. It has two decorated viharns containing the oldest and most highly venerated Buddha images. The compound also has a scripture library called the Ho Trai and a lovely lotus pond.

11. Day Trip To Doi Inthanon National Park

Day Trip To Doi Inthanon National Park
4.1 /5

58 km
from city center
11 out of 138
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The Doi Inthanon National Park is situated at the top of Doi Inthanonmountain. It is famous for its spectacular views, waterfalls, hiking trails, sunrise/sunset points, and quaint villages. It is one of the best places for birdwatching in Thailand, with more than 350 different bird species here. It also has a campsite. The only way to reach the park is by songthaews.

12. Try The Street Food

Try The Street Food

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Chiang Mai is a foodie’s delight! The city has a variety of mouth-watering street food. They have diverse flavors like tangy, sour, and some sweet decadence, along with a wholesome use of chili and pepper. Some must-try delicacies include Khao Soi, Khao Kha Moo, Sai Ua, and Green Papaya Salad. Visit one of the night markets or Chang Puak Gate (North Gate).

13. Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham (Tunnel Temple)

Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham (Tunnel Temple)
4.2 /5

4 km
from city center
13 out of 138
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Nestled near the Doi Suthep mountain, Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham is a 700-year-old Buddhist temple. It is also called the Tunnel Temple due to its labyrinth network of tunnels within the forest. It offers a wholesome experience of Buddhism, complete with ancient stone structures, Dhamma teachings, meditation sessions, and prayer chants reverberating in the air.

14. Wat Suan Dok

Wat Suan Dok
4.4 /5

1 km
from city center
14 out of 138
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With a stunning white chedi guarded by four lifelike sculptures of lions, Wat Suan Dok houses the largest teakwood statue of Buddha. On the compound is a Dhamma hall for prayer, where the walls and panels narrate the life and teachings of Buddha through murals and carvings. Heavily influenced by Burmese architecture, this temple is a hotspot of multiculturalism.

15. Take A Thai Cooking Class

Take A Thai Cooking Class
4.3 /5

1 km
from city center
15 out of 138
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Thai cuisine is famed for spicy, sour, and salty ingredients, especially lemongrass, turmeric, and chilis. Hands-on cooking classes in Chiang Mai allow one to learn how to create delicacies like Khao Soi and chili paste from scratch. Chef-instructed lessons are offered at May Kaidee's School and Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School. Vegan-friendly and farm-fresh courses are available at Sammy's Organic Thai Cooking School and the Thai Farm School.

16. Tour Doi Pui Hmong Village

Tour Doi Pui Hmong Village
3.9 /5

12 km
from city center
16 out of 138
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Situated in and around the Doi Pui mountain, the Doi Pui Hmong Hill Tribe Village is a settlement where the people of the Hmong Tribe reside. The village offers insight into their lifestyle, folk culture, traditional artifacts, and livelihood practices. Throughout the village are stalls selling souvenirs and local products.

17. Visit A Cat Cafe

Visit A Cat Cafe

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Chiang Mai has a very prominent culture of cat cafes. The cats, adopted and nurtured by the owners, are often left to roam the cafes freely. You can step in and spend time cooing, cuddling, playing, and taking pictures with the animals. Popular cat cafes in Chiang Mai are Cat Brothers Cafe, Cats Station, They Call Me Cat, Maewmoth Cat Cafe, Cool Cat Cafe, Cat’s Alley Cafe, Coffee, Cats & Company, and Catopia.

18. Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls

Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls

33 km
from city center
18 out of 138
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Bua Tong Waterfalls in Chiang Mai is a scenic waterfall made from deposits of limestone and various other minerals. The waterfall is also called ‘sticky waterfall’ as the limestone generates plenty of friction to prevent you from slipping over the watery rocks. This makes it easy to climb to the top of the waterfall with the support of ropes.

19. Visit Karen Hill Tribe Village

Visit Karen Hill Tribe Village
4.2 /5

19 out of 138
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Originating from Tibet, the Karen Hill Tribe, residing in the villages of Chiang Mai, are the largest ethnic minority group in Thailand. Comprising four subgroups, each with its own language, attire, and traditions, they are among the popular tourist tours in Chiang Mai. The most prominent among the subgroups of the Karen Hill Tribes are the Long Necks, famous for the women wearing brass rings around their necks.

20. Have A Traditional Khantoke Dinner

Have A Traditional Khantoke Dinner
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
20 out of 138
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A traditional Khantoke dinner is a northern Thai (Lanna) style dinner accompanied by Laotian music, folktales, and dance performances. An ornate lacquered khantok, or round pedestal, is filled with Thai delicacies like sticky mango rice, pork curry, fried noodles, and papaya salad. You share this khantoke with your family and friends while sitting on floor cushions. The Old Chiang Mai Cultural Centre and Muang Mai Market are the best places for khantoke dining.

21. Anusawari Sam Kasat/ Three Kings Monument

Anusawari Sam Kasat/ Three Kings Monument
3.1 /5

1 km
from city center
21 out of 138
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The Three Kings Monument, standing tall in Chiang Mai's administrative centre, is a bronze statue commemorating Phaya Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai, and his two friends, Phaya Ngam Meuang of Phayao and Phaya Khun Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai. Revered as a shrine, this structure is popularly used as a representative symbol of the city. The square in front of the statue is often the site of festivals and local celebrations.

22. Nong Buak Haad Public Park

Nong Buak Haad Public Park
3.1 /5

2 km
from city center
22 out of 138
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Nong Buak Haad Public Park is a large public park in Chiang Mai's old city. Complete with ponds, tiny bridges, walking trails, and lush greenery, it looks like a painting on an artist's easel. The park's picturesque setting makes it a great destination for relaxing outdoors on a beautiful day.

23. Saturday Walking Street

Saturday Walking Street
4.3 /5

1 km
from city center
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The Saturday Walking Street is a night market that locates itself on the Wualai Road every Saturday. The road is lined with shops selling local goods, handicrafts, mementos and authentic Thai street food. The evening comes alive with colourful displays and chattering crowds. Inexpensive foot massage booths are also available for customers tired after an evening of gala.

24. See Pandas At Chiang Mai Zoo

See Pandas At Chiang Mai Zoo
3.7 /5

5 km
from city center
24 out of 138
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Spread across 200 acres, The Chiang Mai Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in northern Thailand. Housing animal species from all over the world, the Chiang Mai Zoo also has an Aviary, called Nakornping Bird Park, housing over 1500 species of local and international bird species.

25. Walk Around Royal Park Rajapruek

Walk Around Royal Park Rajapruek
3.5 /5

8 km
from city center
25 out of 138
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Originally built to commemorate the anniversaries of the Royal King's birth and his accession to the throne, Royal Park Rajapruek is now a public park popular among locals and tourists alike. Due to the many varieties of plant species growing here, it is the hub of agricultural research today. Its several exhibits showcase everything from international flora to Thai historical culture.

26. Shopping At Sunday Walking Street

Shopping At Sunday Walking Street
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
26 out of 138
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One of the most famous shopping experiences in Chiang Mai, the Sunday Walking Street is a busy night market that runs from Tha Pae Gate along Ratchadamnoen Road every Sunday. It is nothing short of a festival, complete with blazing lights, music, entertainment spaces, artists, massage parlours, local street foods, shops selling local handicrafts items, and of course, seas of people.

27. Shopping At Chiang Mai Night Markets

Shopping At Chiang Mai Night Markets

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The night markets in Chiang Mai are melting pots of culture, modernity, and authenticity. Shops packed with exotic and interesting goods are lined one after the other, selling everything from household items to traditional souvenirs to delicious Thai food. Some popular night markets in Chiang Mai are Night Bazaar, Ton Lamyai Market, Saturday Walking Street, and more.

28. Ziplining in Chiang Mai

Ziplining in Chiang Mai
4.3 /5

38 km
from city center
28 out of 138
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The dense jungles of Chiang Mai offer an exhilarating zip lining experience few can compare. With many such tour operators offering zip lining as part of their eco-tourism initiatives, adventure enthusiasts have long thronged to Chiang Mai to try the rapid and steep zip lining descents. What's more, during the descent, the local fauna can be observed as close as tourists dare. Flight of the Gibbon is one such operator known for its gibbon sightings.

29. Explore Warorot Market (Kad Luang)

Explore Warorot Market (Kad Luang)
4.4 /5

1 km
from city center
29 out of 138
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Warorot Market is a three-story market close to the riverside, east of the moat, and north of Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, where Chang Moi Road ends. Also called Kad Luang, it is the perfect place to find almost anything – from herbs and spices to ceramic goods, clothes to cosmetics, shoes to sunglasses, fresh fruits and flowers to dried condiments.

30. Click Pictures At Art in Paradise

Click Pictures At Art in Paradise

1 km
from city center
30 out of 138
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One of the biggest 3D museums in the world, Art in Paradise is a very fun and exciting place in Chiang Mai. A giant cat pawing at you, a waterfall flowing beneath your feet, a huge wave following you, and many more wonderful frescoes await you at the Art in Paradise Chiang Mai. These are just a pinch of 130 artistic illusion images throughout the museum.

31. Enjoy A Cycling Tour Around Chiang Mai

Enjoy A Cycling Tour Around Chiang Mai
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
31 out of 138
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Cycling is immensely popular in Chiang Mai. Mae Rim–Samoeng trail is Chiang Mai’s largest cycling playground, home to waterfalls, valleys, elephant farms, hilly villages, national parks, and Royal projects. The city’s longest dedicated bicycle trail runs from Chiang Mai Convention Centre to Huay Tung Tao. In addition, tourists can enjoy cycle tours for sightseeing in the old city and its five gates, Doi Suthep temple, Phuping Palace, Rubber Trees Road, and more.

32. Stroll Around Pratu Tha Phae

Stroll Around Pratu Tha Phae
3.7 /5

0 km
from city center
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Tha Phae Gate, located on the Moon Muang Road, is the most prominent landmark in Chiang Mai. It made up the city walls of the Old City in the earlier days, and is now a prime location which is flourishing under the advent of Chiang Mai's foremost hotels, shops and restaurants. It also serves as the hub of the city's cultural events and festivals throughout the year.

33. Wat PhanTao

Wat PhanTao
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
33 out of 138
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Considered one of the older temples of Chiang Mai, Wat PhanTao is a 14th-century Buddhist temple known for its Lanna-style ordination hall made of teakwood. It is located next to the more popular Wat Chedi Luang and is a perfect attraction to visit, especially during the crowded tourist season. It is an important location for the celebration of various Thai festivals, especially Loy Krathong.

34. Enjoy The Nightlife

Enjoy The Nightlife
4.5 /5

34 out of 138
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Even though the nightlife of Chiang Mai isn't comparable to Bangkok, you can find everything from nightclubs, pubs, and bars to night markets and walking streets. You can also enjoy a dinner cruise or sit at one of the many riverside bars in Chiang Mai.

35. Mae Ping River Cruise

Mae Ping River Cruise
4.0 /5

1 km
from city center
35 out of 138
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The Mae Ping flowing through Chiang Mai gives ample opportunity for exciting river cruises to be organised along it. The Mae Ping River Cruise allows visitors to journey across the smooth waters and experience the local riverside sights and sounds of the city, or arrange a luxe dinner cruise, making for a grand yet cultural evening under the light of the stars.

36. Shop At Chiang Mai Gate Market

Shop At Chiang Mai Gate Market
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
36 out of 138
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Talat Pratu, commonly known as the Chiang Mai Gate Market, is a large local market in Chiang Mai, which locals access to fulfil their daily domestic needs. Located along the Bumrung Buri Road, vendors begin setting up shop during the wee hours of morning, selling everything from fruits, vegetables, Thai condiments, traditional preparations of meat, and souvenirs.

37. San Kamphaeng Road (Handicraft Highway)

San Kamphaeng Road (Handicraft Highway)

37 out of 138
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Also known as the Handicrafts Highway, San Kamphaeng is an 18-kilometre stretch of highway just outside Chiang Mai that is known for its arts and crafts. The villages and factories here produce a variety of items like silk, pottery, lacquerware, jewellery, and honey. For anyone keen to buy these kinds of products or simply to see craftsmen at work, San Kamphaeng is the ideal day trip.

38. Get Thai Massage From An ex-Prisoner

Get Thai Massage From An ex-Prisoner
4.3 /5

1 km
from city center
38 out of 138
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Opened in 2014, The Lila Thai Massage Centre in Chiang Mai was established by Naowarat Thanasrisutharat, former Director of Chiang Mai Women's Prison. Today, over 2,000 female ex-prisoners are offering Thai massages to women in Chiang Mai across six locations. These skilled women combine acupressure and assisted yoga in Thai massages, using their forearms, thumbs, fingers, and elbows to knead the muscles and help you relax.

39. Go Kayaking

Go Kayaking
4.3 /5

1 km
from city center
39 out of 138
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Kayaking in Chiang Mai is ideal for getting the best land and water in the stunning Chiang Dao Valley. Glide over the tranquil Mae Ping River aboard an inflatable kayak as you pass verdant wetlands, jungles, bamboo forests, and hills. Midway, you can stop to explore the ancient temples inside Chiang Dao Caves. October to April is the best time for kayaking in Chiang Mai.

40. Bai Orchid And Butterfly Farm

Bai Orchid And Butterfly Farm
4.1 /5

20 km
from city center
40 out of 138
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Bai Orchid And Butterfly Farm is a cozy, small-scale greenhouse with various flowering plants and butterfly farms. Various native and exotic butterfly species are bred and sheltered on this botanical farm, where visitors can see the cocoons and colorful, fully-grown butterflies and learn more about them. Among the charming floral gardens, the orchid garden boasts a sylvan coffee shop featuring a buffet lunch.

41. San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

San Kamphaeng Hot Springs
4.3 /5

25 km
from city center
41 out of 138
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San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, located in Ban Sahakorn, has two mineral baths set against picturesque natural beauty, where visitors can relax and blow off steam. You can also indulge in the quirky activity of boiling eggs in the hot water, or relax in the outdoor pool and indoor private tubs. There is a splash pad for kids and a restaurant on the premise.

42. Bamboo Rafting in Chiang Mai

Bamboo Rafting in Chiang Mai
4.4 /5

1 km
from city center
42 out of 138
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In Chiang Mai, visitors can enjoy sitting on bamboo-built rafts in groups as experienced captains use poles for rowing gently over the river, cutting through mountains, rainforests, tribal villages, waterfalls, and elephant sanctuaries. The Mae Wang River and national park is Chiang Mai’s most popular bamboo river rafting spot, where guided tours and equipment cost THB 300-500.

43. Hiking in Chiang Mai

Hiking in Chiang Mai
4.2 /5

43 out of 138
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Hiking in Chiang Mai is a popular activity in the northern province of Thailand as it is bountiful in untouched vegetation, meandering rivers, waterfalls, flora, and fauna. The many trails range from easy to hard in terms of difficulty, and most of them can be undertaken throughout the year, barring a few open only during a particular season. Some popular hiking spots are Wat Pha Lat, Doi Suthep, Huay Tung Tao, and Doi Inthanon.

44. Rafting On Mae Taeng River

Rafting On Mae Taeng River
4.5 /5

44 out of 138
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A white water rafting experience like no other, Mae Taeng River's long 10 km route offers some of the wildest rapids and turns to conquer. Chiang Mai's jungles come alive as you go through the rapid river trail. Most tour operators offer excellent guides, safety equipment, and pick-ups and drop from the hotel.

45. Experience Loi Krathong Festival

Experience Loi Krathong Festival
4.1 /5

4 km
from city center
45 out of 138
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Loi Krathong is a festival of lights celebrated in Thailand to worship the water goddess. People gather around lakes and rivers to set afloat candles, tealights, flowers, and incense atop special holders called krathongs. In Chiang Mai, this event coincides with the Yi Peng festival, where thousands of lanterns are released into the sky, turning the night magical.

46. Take A Tea Plantation Tour

Take A Tea Plantation Tour
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
46 out of 138
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See the beauty of Chiang Mai's lush tea plantation at Araksa Tea Gardens on an evergreen hill, named after India's largest tea-growing region. Established in 1939, the organic plantation specializes in producing high-quality Assam tea and black tea. Learn about the tea growing process from scratch, go tea-picking, try tea tasting, and take home freshly plucked and processed leaves. Tours start at 9 AM, 11 AM, and 2 PM.

47. Picnic At Huay Tung Tao Lake

Picnic At Huay Tung Tao Lake
3.5 /5

10 km
from city center
47 out of 138
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Huay Tung Tao Lake, a man-made reservoir, is a stunning waterside location outside Chiang Mai to spend the day. It features a gorgeous view of the Doi Suthep mountains, calming waters, and grass huts peppered along the landscape. It has dozens of restaurants with seating floating atop the lake where you can grab a bite, order a drink, lay back, and relax.

48. Experience Songkran

Experience Songkran
4.3 /5

1 km
from city center
48 out of 138
Things To Do in Chiang Mai

Songkran is an annual Thai festival in the Buddhist New Year, marked by a national holiday in Thailand. Locals devote their time in prayer and veneration of the Buddha image, and then engage in water games, bursting firecrackers, and preparing Thai delicacies. Due to the presence of numerous temples in Chiang Mai, many Thais prefer celebrating Songkran here.

49. Rincome Night Bazaar

Rincome Night Bazaar
4.1 /5

3 km
from city center
49 out of 138
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The Rincome Night Bazaar, located next to Maya Mall, is a small night market in Chiang Mai. It is popular as the University Market, due to its close proximity to Chiang Mai University, and is a local favourite among the youth. Shops sell everything from street food, clothes, accessories, bags, manicures and crafts, at cheap prices beginning from as low as THB 40.

50. Hang Dong (Grand Canyon)

Hang Dong (Grand Canyon)
3.6 /5

14 km
from city center
50 out of 138
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Highlights: Grand Canyon Water Park, Hang Dong Quarry, Fu (Read More)rniture Street, Dokmai Garden, Wat Intharawat, Ob Khan National Park, Ban Muang Kung, Ban Tawai

Hang Dong is a district of Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand, mostly famous for its trade in antiques and handicrafts. It is a thriving center where one can find great collectibles of traditional art and handmade crafts belonging to Thai culture. Also popular as the Grand Canyon, it houses a quarry surrounded by a lake and the Grand Canyon water park.

51. Take A Dinner Cruise

Take A Dinner Cruise
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
51 out of 138
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Chiang Mai straddles the Maenam Ping River. River dinner cruises in Chiang Mai provide customizable menus, drinks, and Thai delicacies for party bookings, romantic honeymoons, and sightseeing tours in a fun-filled, relaxed setting. The Riverside Chiang Mai and Mae Ping River Cruise are the two most popular operators.

52. Walk On Canopy Walkway

Walk On Canopy Walkway
4.2 /5

18 km
from city center
52 out of 138
Things To Do in Chiang Mai

The Canopy Walkway is one of the prime attractions newly inaugurated in 2015 within the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden. It is a walking trail made of a glass floor and suspended in the air and is the longest suspended walkway in Thailand. It offers a stunning view over the mountains.

FAQs on Chiang Mai

What are the top hotels in Chiang mai?

There are 2090 Hotels in Chiang mai which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Chiang mai are Jane's House, Inn Oon ChiangMai Home ( Adults Only ), Chiang Mai 68 Homestay, PiriyaChitra House, dCondo Chiang Mai by Amornrat, Chiang Mai 24 At The Astra Condo. You can see all the hotels in Chiang mai here

What are the top activities in Chiang mai?

The top activities in Chiang mai are [SALE] Chiang Mai Night Safari Park, Private Chiang Mai International Airport Transfers (CNX) for Chiang Mai and More, Doi Inthanon National Park Day Tour by Oriental Holiday, Black House, White Temple, and Blue Temple Trip by Oriental Holiday, Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Chiang Mai, Let's Relax Spa Treatments in Chiang Mai.

What are the top shopping places in Chiang mai?

The top shopping places in Chiang mai are Warorot Market, Chiang Mai Gate Market, Chang Puak Gate Night Market.

How can I commute within Chiang mai?

One can take a tuk-tuk or samlor to cover short distances and get a feel of the local wind in their hair. To those who consider this a battle between life and death due to the speedy drivers, a taxi would be a safer albeit more expensive option. Local buses best for travellers are B1 and B2 which operate within the city. Songthaew which means 'two-rows' in Thai are modernized mini-trucks which cater to short distances for people going the same way and can be hailed in the street. However, the old city is best explored on foot as it is only 1.5 km sq. in area.
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What are the top sightseeing places in Chiang mai?

The top sightseeing places in Chiang mai are Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh , Chiang Mai Night Safari, Doi Inthanon National Park, Elephant Jungle Sanctuary, Wat Chedi Luang.
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