One of the top cultural landmarks of Thailand built some 600 years ago.
Hectic and crowded strip full of stalls selling handicrafts, clothes, jewelry and plenty of other stuff.
This Buddhist temple is a beautiful example of Thai architecture. The complex consists of a couple of noticeable buildings.
This charming temple was the very first temple in Chiang Mai, built back in 1297.
This sculpture commemorates the founding of Chiang Mai. There is a legend that there were three kings who formed an alliance to protect the…
Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. It is in Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province.
The Royal Pagodas were built to commemorate the 60th birthday of the royal couple.
Mineral geyser flowing from white calcium carbonate streambed. Sunshine makes it even more beautiful.
This lovely waterfall decorates the way up to Doi Inthanon. The play of the sunlight and the spraying water creates wonderful rainbows.
5 interconnected caves about hour and half ride from Chiang Mai. Part with Buddhist icons is accessible usually, but deeper you can go only…
This Buddhist temple stands only a stone’s throw away form the Mae Klang Waterfall.
Visit the highest peak of Thailand, named after one of the last kings of Chiang Mai.
There are several villages north of Chiang Mai that still retain the traditional way of life.
Dip yourself into healing hot springs in an exotic environment of Thailand!
Elephant riding, bamboo rafting and other attractions waiting for you here in this Thai paradise.