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Chiang Mai is one of the cultural capitals of the country. It was also once the capital of Thailand, and the many temples and ruins scattered around the city are proof of this. A visit to Thailand is arguably not complete until you have ventured to this historic city. Why you will love this trip:
After breakfast, take a bicycle ride to visit Sukhothai - the site of the first independent Thai Kingdom. In the afternoon, visit Wat Phra That Lampang Luang - one of the most spectacular Wats in Thailand, located at a small hill around 20km from Lampang town. It dates back to 1486 and is believed to be one of the oldest wooden buildings in Thailand.
Continue to Chiang Rai. Overnight in Chiang Rai
Breakfast at hotel. Morning drive to explore the archeological remains of the ancient town Chiang Saen, It is also known as the very first kingdom in Thailand and was also the capital for the kingdom until 13th. The city situated on the banks of the Mekong River.
After lunch, proceed to the world-renowned Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet at the confluence of the mighty Mekong River. Continue to Chiang Mai and visit Wat Rong Khun – is a unique temple that stands out through the white color and the use of pieces of glass in the plaster, sparkling in the sun.
Upon arrival at Chiang Mai. Visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Chiang Mai.
25 Best Things to Do in Chiang Mai (Thailand)
Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colourful hill tribes, steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful architecture. Founded over seven centuries ago Chiang Mai is the capital of the Lanna Kingdom and home to more than 300 temples.
Breakfast at hotel. Start to visit the famous elephants at work and orchid farm, Sankamphaeng Handicraft Villages - the most beautiful and amazing crafts for miles around. You will get to see how artisans create incredible works of art such as: woodcarvings, gems, silverware, Thai silks, lacquer-ware, making umbrellas of Chiang Mai…
In the evening, enjoy the Khantoke dinner - a customary of northern Thai style, and food is served in family-style on large platters at low tables while guests relax on floor mats. Entertainment includes performances that highlight the culture and traditions of this rich and diverse country, including dance and music from members of various hilltribes. Overnight at hotel in Chiang Mai.
Breakfast at hotel. Departure from Chiang Mai for Mae Teng, stop at Mae Malai market. Highway 1095 leads to Pai, stop at the Mokfa waterfall. Return to the main road then fork to the hot springs of Pong Duad.
Lunch along the way. Continuation to visit small town of Pai, stop at the local market. Transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
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