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Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand and is located on the banks of the Ping River. It is 700km north of Bangkok. The city is surrounded by mountains and national parks, and within it you will find some of the most unique ancient temples and historical sites.
Chiang Mai’s Old City is lined with narrow streets and beautiful temples surrounded by ancient walls. Tap into your spiritual side and visit the Buddhist temples known as ‘wats.’ Get up close with the majestic elephants at Elephant Nature Park which is a sanctuary for these beautiful animals. The Chiang Mai markets are a shopper's paradise - head to the Night Bazaar for an atmospheric evening walk and pick up some local handcrafts while you're there. Visit Doi Inthanon National Park, which has the highest peak in Thailand and is a sanctuary for many animal and bird species. Hike the trails in Dui Suthep-Pui National Park and visit the magical Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, see the waterfalls or learn about the tribe in Doi Pui Tribal Village. There is so much to see and do in this amazing city and its surrounding areas; it a must for any tourist craving culture and adventure.
Chiang Mai is a trekkers paradise so is ideal for back packers and explorers. The city is filled with hotels, villas, resorts and hostels. There is also an abundance of accommodation options for families and friends travelling together. There is truly something for everyone in this breath-taking city.
🧡 Doi Pui Tribal village and National Park
🧡 Elephant Sanctuary
🧡 Old City Temples
Chiang Mai International Airport.
The currency in Chiang Mai is the Baht.
Indochina time (GMT+7) and is 6 hours ahead of Irish time.
Chiang Mai is hot all year round, with temperatures varying from 15°C to 36°C. Avoid the wet season; the best time for tourists to visit is between November and March.