Chiang Mai is well known as a centre for both traditional and modern arts and culture with an abundance of music and dance, celebrations, ceremonies and festivals. The key national parks of northern Thailand also offers numerous outdoor activities such as trekking and rafting. Not to be missed is a visit to Sankampaeng Road, an 8-mile shopping strip to discover authentic local arts and crafts made in Chiang Mai.
Personal tailor-made tours with private car and tour guide to elephant camps, handicrafts centre, antique shops and other places of interest may also be arranged. Foreign language speaking guides (other than English) are also available to make your trip that extra special.
Wat Umong is a 700-year old Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai that was built in 1297 by King Manglai of the Lanna dynasty.Read More
Visit Wat Phra Singh for exquisite examples of traditional Lanna art. Nearby, the small Phra Wiharn Lai Kham, made from 700-year-old teakwood, is considered to be the most spectacular building in Chiang Mai.Read More
Visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. At 1,053 meters above sea level, the most famous and important temple in Chiang Mai sits amidst a cool refreshing climate with expansive views over the city. Climb the 300 stairs, flanked on each side by a “naga” (mythical serpent),or ride in a tram to reach the temple.Read More
Visit Wat Phra Singh, one of Chiang Mai’s most important sanctuaries. Construction began in 1345 and was completed in 1400. Nearby is the small Phra Wiharn Lai Kham, made from 500-year old teakwood.Read More
Arrive at the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre. Established in 1969 to preserve Thai elephants, this non-profit organisation is run by the Department of Forestry.Read More
Mae Wang is a small town south of Chiang Mai city enriched with a waterfall and where you will find hill tribe villages (Karen) and activities such as elephant riding.Read More
At 2,565 metres, Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s highest peak located in the country’s most renowned park in the north.Read More
Explore the natural wonders of Northern Thailand with our exclusive trekking tour programme at Doi Inthanon National Park.Read More
Chiang Rai is situated at the northern tip of Thailand that borders Myanmar (Burma) on the north and Laos to the east.Read More