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53. Mae Rim

Mae Rim
4.1 /5

20 km
from city center
53 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Further north of Chiang Mai lies the tourist town of Mae Rim, bursting with attractions and activity. Consisting of a single road branching into segues best navigable by a scooter, it is famously known for the Mae Sa Waterfall, Mae Sa Elephant Park, Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden, Mon Chaem hilltop view point and the Samoeng Loop, a hub of motorcycling and other extreme sports.

54. Wat Buppharam

Wat Buppharam
3.6 /5

1 km
from city center
54 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

With a stunning white chedi guarded by four lifelike sculptures of lions, Wat Buppharam 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.

55. Baan Tawai

Baan Tawai
3.5 /5

12 km
from city center
55 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Baan Tawai is a local handicrafts village in Chiang Mai, aimed at the encouragement and inclusivity of tribal culture from the surrounding villages and hills. It is most famous for its handcrafted woodwork carvings, which is an ancient folk art passed down through generations. Artful samples of wooden furniture, kitchenware, decorations, sculptures, etc. are all available on sale for visitors.

56. Elephant Retirement Park

Elephant Retirement Park
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
56 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Started in 2014, Elephant Retirement Park is a home to elephants, especially ones which are old and retired. It offers a safe haven for elephants who have been rescued from captivity in labour or entertainment. There are opportunities for visitors to bathe, feed, give herbal treatments to, and gain deep knowledge about these loving animals, making it an extremely fulfilling experience.

57. Ploen Ruedee Night Market

Ploen Ruedee Night Market
3.5 /5

1 km
from city center
57 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Ploen Ruedee Night Market is the ultimate destination to get a taste of national and international cuisines. 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.

58. Baan Mae Kampong

Baan Mae Kampong
3.5 /5

39 km
from city center
58 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Baan Mae Kampong is a quaint mountain village, blessed with picturesque waterfalls, streams, mountains and forests that make up its neighbourhood. It heavily promotes eco-tourism and homestays, so that visitors can familiarise themselves with the traditions of the local folk, and live like them.

59. Chinatown

Chinatown
4.1 /5

1 km
from city center
59 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Chinatown in Chiang Mai is a culturally rich, albeit small area. Its close location to the busy Warorot Market sometimes makes it indistinguishable from the local Thai market area. There are several shops selling gold, cheap fabric and domestic appliances here. The market is more alive at night with stalls preparing authentic Chinese street food delicacies.

60. Hang Dong

Hang Dong
3.6 /5

14 km
from city center
60 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The village of Hang Dong lying 15 kilometres south of Chiang Mai, is famous for its handicrafts and woodwork antiques. It is a thriving centre where one can find great collectibles of traditional art and handmade crafts belonging to Thai culture. Some other attractions in the area are the Dokmai Garden, Op Khan National Park and several stunning Buddhist temples.

61. Chiang Mai Historical Centre

Chiang Mai Historical Centre
3.5 /5

1 km
from city center
61 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Located right in the centre of Chiang Mai Old City, Chiang Mai Historical Centre is a store of Thailand's interesting history tracing the beginnings of Chiang Mai. Made in traditional Lanna style, the centre uses interactive methods of information such as waxworks, models, dioramas, description boards and real life ruins from an ancient temple.

62. Doi Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary

Doi Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
3.2 /5

68 km
from city center
62 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Spread across the countryside with the majestic Doi Chiang Dao forming the backdrop, the Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected hotspot of various flora and fauna. It covers different types of forests and is home to several endangered animals. Trekking and camping opportunities are also available, which are perfect for an exciting getaway in the lap of nature. Guides charge between 1000 THB and 2000 THB per person and an overnight stay at the sanctuary costs 500 THB.

63. Doi Pui Hmong Hill Tribe Village

Doi Pui Hmong Hill Tribe Village
2.9 /5

12 km
from city center
63 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

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 artefacts and livelihood practices.

64. Pha Daeng National Park

Pha Daeng National Park
4.0 /5

68 km
from city center
64 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Also known locally as Chiang Dao National Park, Pha Daeng National Park is sprawled over 1225 sq. kms., encompassing within it several attractions such as Pong Ang Hot Springs, Sri Sangwan Waterfalls, and Doi Chiang Dao. A hike up the limestone hills, through forests and thickets, promises a thrilling ascend with a panoramic view of nature in full bloom.

65. Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park

Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park
4.0 /5

135 km
from city center
65 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park is a conservative site in the Fang district of Chiang Mai. It covers a scenic mountainous terrain, including the Pha Hom Pok Mountain itself. The park is replete with distinct attractions like geysers, geothermal pools, mineral baths, botanical gardens and natural beauty, all extremely well-maintained. Opportunities to hike and camp overnight are also available.

66. Tha Ton

Tha Ton
4.0 /5

157 km
from city center
66 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Tha Ton is a village in northern Chiang Mai, whose location in the countryside has granted it with verdant views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. The place is home to hill tribes, and is actively invested in their relief by setting up handicraft markets. Tourists can also visit the famous Wat Tha Ton temple or take a boat trip down the river to Chiang Rai nearby.

67. Wat Phraphutthabat Si Roi

Wat Phraphutthabat Si Roi
2.6 /5

35 km
from city center
67 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Situated in Mae Rim, Wat Phraphutthabat Si Roi is an important Buddhist temple, since the temple grounds are said to contain footprints of the Buddha. The temple structure itself is magnificently carved with bright colours and golden panels, along with a refreshing dose of greenery beautifying the compound, making it a feast for the eyes as well as the soul.

68. Chinese Cemetery

Chinese Cemetery
3.9 /5

3 km
from city center
68 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Located near the National Museum, the Chinese Cemetery is a quiet area lined with beautiful graves commemorating those who have passed. The neat white structures are majestic, yet elegant, ensuring a comfortable resting place. One can also find installations of mythical creatures guarding the cemetery. This is a good place for those looking for some peace for silent introspection.

69. Tha Phae Gate

Tha Phae Gate
3.7 /5

0 km
from city center
69 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

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.

70. Flower Festival

Flower Festival
3.6 /5

9 km
from city center
70 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Keeping true to its title of 'rose of the northäó, Chiang Mai hosts the Flower Festival every year, a three-day festival in February. This event turns the Suan Buak Hat park colourful with its wonderful display of flowers, some local, some exotic. The major highlights of the festival are the decorated floats that parade the streets and the Miss Chiang Mai Flower Festival competition.

71. Wat Tham Pha Plong

Wat Tham Pha Plong
3.6 /5

69 km
from city center
71 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Surrounded by thick jungles and lush vegetation, Wat Tham Pha Plong is a forest temple not far from the Chiang Dao mountains. The striking golden pagoda of the temple standing tall is visible even from a distance. The ascent to the temple is not easy, since it is reached after a hike up some 500 steps. The temple is known for the peaceful vibe and magnificent view it offers.

72. Canopy Walkway

Canopy Walkway
4.2 /5

18 km
from city center
72 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Canopy Walkway is one of the prime attractions that was 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, giving visitors a thrilling opportunity to get a gorgeous roundabout view of the forest, waterfalls, natural life and mountain ranges stretching far into the horizon.

73. Wat Tha Ton

Wat Tha Ton
3.5 /5

147 km
from city center
73 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Tha Ton is an important Buddhist temple in the village of Tha Ton. It is well-known for its stunning crystal pagoda, or Chedi Kaew, which is strikingly visible from afar. Adorned with inscriptions and sculptures of mythical stories, the compound houses a school, meditation centre and community outreach programs for the hill tribes, while also offering a scenic view of the country below.

74. Talat Ton Lam Yai

Talat Ton Lam Yai
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
74 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Talat Ton Lam Yai is a riverside flower market, spread adjacent to Warorot Market on the busy Praisanai Road. Bunches of roses, jasmines, orchids, chrysanthemums and lotuses scent the air and put up a colourful show in full bloom. Though the market is open all night long, locals like visiting early morning to choose from the brightest and freshest flowers.

75. Wat Mahawan

Wat Mahawan
3.4 /5

0 km
from city center
75 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

With a Burmese style chedi, viharn with Lanna architecture, and motifs of Hindu mythological creatures, Wat Mahawan is a temple rich in the cultural heritage of Thailand. The complex also has an ubosot, the prayer hall where monks are ordained. The Ho Trai, which once contained scriptures with teachings of the Buddha, now serves as the residence of the temple's abbot.

76. Wat Ku Tao

Wat Ku Tao
3.4 /5

2 km
from city center
76 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Ku Tao is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai with traditional Burmese, Chinese and Confucian influences. Also known as Temple of the Gourd Pagoda, it borrows its name from its chedi that resembles a gourd or a stack of watermelons, which actually represents the lives of Buddha. It is a quiet temple with few visitors, making it perfect for some peaceful meditation and prayer.

77. Samoeng Loop, Mae Sa

Samoeng Loop, Mae Sa
3.4 /5

19 km
from city center
77 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Samoeng Loop, beginning at the 1096 highway in Mae Rim, is a popular point for bikers, motorcyclists and adventure-enthusiasts. The loop winds through panoramic mountains and challenging terrains, covering most of the sightseeing spots situated in the town of Mae Rim along the way.

78. Khun Chang Khian

Khun Chang Khian
3.3 /5

11 km
from city center
78 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Khun Chang Khian is a quaint little village managed by Chiang Mai University's Faculty of Agriculture. It is a major bio-hotspot where several exotic species are found, making it a centre for agro-research. It is best known for the magnificent pink cherry blossoms, known locally as the Tiger Queen, which give a feel of Japan in Thailand.

79. Natural Science Museum

Natural Science Museum
3.3 /5

3 km
from city center
79 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Natural Science Museum is a store of exhibits and museums pertaining to science, technology and sustainable development. The exhibition offers an interesting tour through several fields such as archaeology, biology, geography and astronomy, which make for a fun-filled educational experience, for both children and adults.

80. Wat Phan On

Wat Phan On
3.3 /5

0 km
from city center
80 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Though Wat Phan On is a small temple complex, it houses the most stunning golden chedi/stupa, made in 2007 by the King of Thailand, Rama IX. The architecture of the temple is a beautiful mix of rich gold detailing and wooden carvings depicting traditional myths and motifs. Complete with a large viharn and a kuti where monks reside, this temple represents authentic Thai culture.

81. Talat Muang Mai

Talat Muang Mai
3.2 /5

1 km
from city center
81 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Talat Muang Mai is a wholesale fruit market in Chiang Mai. With its display of juicy fruits and flavourful vegetables, it is the one-stop destination to grab unprocessed, fresh farm produce at cheap rates. It sells several local varieties of watermelons, mangoes, passionfruit, rambutans and apples. Bustling with locals round the clock, it makes for a good exposure to Thai lifestyles.

82. Baan Kang Wat

Baan Kang Wat
3.2 /5

5 km
from city center
82 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Baan Kang Wat is a quaint artists' village in Chiang Mai. It thrives on culture and traditional art, with its art galleries, tribal handcrafts and craft workshops. It is lined with pretty coffee shops, an amphitheatre, and miles of manicured greens. This is the perfect hangout spot for anyone with a creative mind, or someone who needs a relaxing retreat with a steaming cuppa in hand.

83. Wat Inthakhin Saduemuang

Wat Inthakhin Saduemuang
3.2 /5

1 km
from city center
83 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Inthakhin Sadue Muang, literally meaning 'temple of the city navel' is a temple named after the city pillar called Sao Inthakin, which was situated close to the temple. The viharn, intricately detailed with woodwork and gold structures, houses the image of the Buddha known as Luang Pho Khao. The Inthakin Museum next door exhibits relics from the era of the Lanna Kingdom.

84. Wat Tham Chiang Dao

Wat Tham Chiang Dao
3.2 /5

68 km
from city center
84 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Wat Tham Chiang Dao is a Buddhist temple situated at the mouth of the Chiang Dao Cave. Its location within the thickets of a forest lend it an aura perfect for silence and meditation, aided only by the beautiful sounds of nature. The Tanjai Buddha image that sits within the cave temple is believed to grant all prayers and wishes.

85. Suan Buak Hat

Suan Buak Hat
3.1 /5

2 km
from city center
85 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Suan Buak Hat 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 picturesque setting of the park makes it a great destination for relaxing outdoors on a beautiful day.

86. Chiang Mai University Art Museum

Chiang Mai University Art Museum
3.1 /5

3 km
from city center
86 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Chiang Mai University Art Museum is directly associated to Chiang Mai University, with much of its displays coming straight from their Faculty of Arts. The museum encourages artworks by students of the university as well as accomplished artists. It also functions as a cultural hub, as it hosts film screenings, art festivals and performative programs significant of Thai culture.

87. Wat Jet Lin

Wat Jet Lin
3.1 /5

1 km
from city center
87 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Jet Lin, also known as Wat Chedlin, is one of the quieter temples in Chiang Mai. The temple interiors are bathed in bright red and pink colours, save the large golden Buddha sitting towards the end. In contrast, the outer complex has an idyllic feel, complete with a rustic stone chedi, an ornamental bridge, a pond, and an organic coffee shop.

88. Wat Chomphu

Wat Chomphu
3.1 /5

0 km
from city center
88 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Chomphu is a 600-year old temple located in the Chang Moi area. While Wat Chomphu figures among the more lesser known temples in Chiang Mai, its sparsely populated compound lends it a peaceful aura where one can pray in silence. The temple is gilded with intricate designs, and has a remarkable golden chedi which makes it visible from the road itself.

89. Chinese New Year, Chiang Mai

Chinese New Year, Chiang Mai
3.1 /5

9 km
from city center
89 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Owing to the sizeable Chinese population in Chiang Mai, the Chinese New Year is celebrated every year with much pomp. Chinatown adjoined to the Warorot Market, decorates in auspicious red lanterns and dragons.

90. Anusawari Sam Kasat (Three Kings Monument)

Anusawari Sam Kasat (Three Kings Monument)
3.1 /5

1 km
from city center
90 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

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.

91. Chiang Dao

Chiang Dao
3.0 /5

65 km
from city center
91 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Literally known as the 'City of Starsäó', Chiang Dao is a beautiful town lying in the Chiang Mai Province. It is best popular for the Chiang Dao mountain that stands amidst the widespread greens of the countryside. It is an active centre for tourist activity with several sightseeing options such as the Chiang Dao Caves, hot springs, national parks, tribal villages, and adventure sports.

92. Dara Pirom Palace

Dara Pirom Palace
3.1 /5

15 km
from city center
92 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Once the residence of Dara Rasmee, one of the Royal King's consorts, the Dara Pirom Palace is now open to the public as a museum. Set upon a peaceful compound, the palace is a testimony to the brilliance of Thai-colonial architecture and upper class cultures. The rooms exhibit memorabilia, photographs, textiles and heirlooms from the princess's life and times.

93. Wat Ou Sai Kham

Wat Ou Sai Kham
3.1 /5

0 km
from city center
93 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

More than 300 years old, Wat Ou Sai Kham is a temple best known for its stunning Buddha sculptures made of jade brought from Myanmar. They sit among the display of other Buddha statues of different sizes and styles. The viharn is elaborately decorated with sacred motifs of flowers and serpents, while the murals on the walls depict the past lives of Buddha.

94. Poy Sang Long

Poy Sang Long
3.0 /5

9 km
from city center
94 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Poy Sang Long is a rite of passage ceremony for young boys aged 7 - 14. During this three-day festival, temples are abuzz with celebration and activity, as boys are educated in the tenets of Buddhism and monkhood, which they are then expected to practice. They are dressed as princes, and paraded to temples on the shoulders of their elders, amidst ceremonious music.

95. Treasury Pavilion Coin Museum

Treasury Pavilion Coin Museum
3.0 /5

0 km
from city center
95 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Located along the Ratchadamnoern Road, the Treasury Pavilion Coin Museum is an exhibition of the history and evolution of Thai coinage and currency in all its glory. It is a small, but informative museum lined with historical artefacts, rare coins and royal Thai memorabilia. A floor is also dedicated to a store where tourists can purchase coins of Thai heritage.

96. Sub-Zero Ice Skate Club

Sub-Zero Ice Skate Club
3.0 /5

3 km
from city center
96 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Sub-Zero Ice Skate Club is an indoor rink for ice-skating in Chiang Mai. It is modernly designed, and frequented by a majority of young people. One can also find ice-skating classes being held here. This skating centre promises an exciting day for the novice and the experienced alike.

97. Kham Tiang Flower Market

Kham Tiang Flower Market
3.0 /5

9 km
from city center
97 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

With its extensive display of colourful plants and fragrant flowers, the Kham Tiang Flower Market is a photographer's paradise. It is mainly accessed by locals looking to spruce up their gardens with different varieties of tropical plants, and even garden ornaments. This market has many shops and nurseries, to ensure that no one returns empty handed.

98. Wat Thung Yu

Wat Thung Yu
2.9 /5

1 km
from city center
98 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Thung Yu is a Buddhist temple situated in the Si Phum district in Chiang Mai. It is a fine example of classic Thai architecture, with a simple temple structure adorned with murals and embellished with traditional motifs from Buddhist traditions. The main hall is decorated in red and gold, covered by a massive two-tiered roof.

99. Chiang Mai Mountain Biking & Kayaking

Chiang Mai Mountain Biking & Kayaking
2.9 /5

1 km
from city center
99 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Mountain biking and kayaking are popular adventure sports in Chiang Mai. The Mae Ping river offers numerous opportunities for kayaking through rainforests, coupled with a natural sightseeing experience. Several mountain biking tours are also available, with trails curving through national parks and hills, combining a taste of nature along with a taste of thrill.

100. Wat Chai Phra Kiat

Wat Chai Phra Kiat
2.9 /5

1 km
from city center
100 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Chai Phra Kiat is a small Buddhist temple, located close to the more famous Wat Phra Singh. Literally meaning 'temple of renowned victoryäó, it is rich historically and architecturally. Grand structures of mythical lions welcome strangers at the entrance, while inside, the hall is decorated with the Buddha image called Chai Phra Kiat, and murals narrating ancient tales.

101. Wat Si Koet

Wat Si Koet
2.8 /5

1 km
from city center
101 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

One of the smaller and quieter temples, Wat Si Koet has a graceful white structure embellished with gold details. The temple has several artefacts from Buddhist culture such as the cannonball tree and decorated statues. There are bamboo massage stalls, and shops selling handcrafted tidbits on the compound where visitors can stop for a little recreation. Wat Si Koet is popular for its economical massages and various stalls selling food and ice coffee.

102. Chiang Mai Red Cross & Winter Fair

Chiang Mai Red Cross & Winter Fair
2.8 /5

1 km
from city center
102 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

The Chiang Mai Red Cross & Winter Fair is an annual charity festival hosted in Mae Rim, Chiang Mai during the end of the year. This winter fete is nothing short of a grand party, complete with amusement rides, raffles, arcade games, live music, beauty pageants and much more. The proceeds from the event are donated to several charities, primarily to Red Cross.

103. Inthakhin Festival

Inthakhin Festival
2.8 /5

1 km
from city center
103 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Also known as the Lak Mueang Festival, the Inthakhin Festival is a ceremony venerating the city pillar of Chiang Mai. Wat Chedi Luang becomes the centre of religious ceremonies since the city pillar, Inthakhin, is enshrined within the compound of this temple. It is a big event, complete with dances, music, carnivals, food stalls and locals parading in traditional Thai attires.

104. Wat Sum Pow

Wat Sum Pow
2.8 /5

0 km
from city center
104 out of 124
places to visit in Chiang Mai

Wat Sum Pow is a Buddhist temple situated along the Rachadamnoen Road. The structures are built in traditional Lanna style, with magnificent dragons adorning the entrance to the temple, and a large golden Buddha image sitting inside. The compound is known for the Thai massages it offers, and stalls where visitors can buy tiny souvenirs or merchandise.

FAQs on Chiang Mai

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.

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.

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 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
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