On top of the hill in Mae Salong is quite a nice temple. Make sure you visit the inside of the stupa. A person showed it to us. I specially enjoyed the sunset atmosphere we had. The view from up there is really nice. In addition it is much cooler as down in Chiang Rai and therefore there are some nice flowers around as well.
This museum is built to commemorate those KMT soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the Thai government.
There are hardly any exhibits in this museum except for some which describes the history of Mae Salong in long winded Chinese and broken English.
This Akha village is located along the hiking trail. What I like about this village is that it is unlike other "touristy" villages in Thailand where the villagers would pester you to buy their things.
These are the steps to the chedi at the mountain top. It was claimed that there are 700 steps but I didn't really count them.
The landscape at the Mae Salong Flower Resort is really beautiful but I think the accomodation in the resort is quite expensive.
The entrance of the road leading to General Tuan Xi Wen's Mausoleum is located just beside the Akha morning market.