Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Attractions

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Baan Thong Luang

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

This eco-agricultural village in northern Thailand is the present home of four hill tribe groups: the Lahu, Palong, Lahu and famous long-necked Karen tribe. ...  Read more

Chiang Dao Caves

This group of caves in the Chiang Dao region north of Chiang Mai is full of massive limestone and crystal formations. Though there are many caverns at the ...  Read more

Chiang Dao Elephant Camp

4.5 star rating: Recommended 114 Reviews

The elephant training center at Chiang Dao combines training and jungle activities, with a one-on-one elephant encounter you’ll never forget. The Chiang ...  Read more

Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Centre

For a crash course in the history of Chiang Mai, pay a visit to the Arts & Cultural Centre in the heart of the old city. Using a mixture of labeled ...  Read more

Chiang Mai National Museum

History buffs won’t want to miss the Chiang Mai National Museum which houses an impressive collection of Lanna (north Thai) artifacts. The museum is divided ...  Read more

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar is perhaps the city's most popular must-do attraction. The colorful mix of regular shops and stalls create a unique market buzz.  ...  Read more

Chiang Mai Zoo & Aquarium

For a fun day out with the family head to the Chiang Mai Zoo & Aquarium. The zoo is home to over 400 species of animals including tigers, elephants, ...  Read more

Elephant Nature Park

From scenic day trips to weeklong volunteer adventures, Elephant Nature Park offers travelers a variety of ways to get up close with these giant mammals and ...  Read more

Elephant Parade House

From the Conservation Center to the Nature Park, the north country of Thailand offers travelers plenty of opportunities to get up close and personal with ...  Read more

Golden Triangle

4.5 star rating: Recommended 39 Reviews

The borders of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand come together in the exotically named Golden Triangle in the northern province of Chiang Rai. The official center ...  Read more

Hall of Opium Museum

Set at the intersection of Thailand, Laos and Burma (Myanmar) known as the “Golden Triangle,” the Hall of Opium Museum seeks to inform its visitors about the ...  Read more

Kad Ton Payom Market

Hundreds of locals frequent the crowded open-air Kad Ton Payom Market in bustling Chiang Mai every day seeking out the fresh fruits, fragrant flowers and ...  Read more

Lampang

This historic town in the north of Thailand is known for its quaint streets and horse-drawn carriages. Travelers use this quiet area on the bank of the Wang ...  Read more

Lamphun

Located just 30 kilometers south of Chiang Mai, the quiet town of Lamphun offers travelers a charming escape from busier city streets. Shallow moats and the ...  Read more

Mae Ping River

4 star rating: Recommended 15 Reviews

The Mae Ping River cuts through Chiang Mai just a few blocks east of the old city and night market. In central Chiang Mai the banks of the river have been ...  Read more

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