Chiang Mai Things to Do

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  • 26. Wat Suan Dok - Buddhist Temple

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This temple is located on a main road that leads west from the old city. Constructed by King Ku Nu in 1383, the bot in this compound contains a huge 500-year-old bronze Buddha image which is...

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  • 27. Wat Phan Tao - Buddhist Temple

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The name Wat Phan Tao means "MONASTERY OF A 1000 KILNS". The name is believed to refer to the casting of the numerous Buddha images for its even bigger neighbour, Wat Chedi Luang, located right next...

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  • 28. Mae Ping River

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Ping River is located about 1km east of the city walls. Along with the Nan River, it is one of the two main contributories of Chao Phraya River which flows through Bangkok. It originates at Doi...

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  • 29. Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

    4 out of 5 stars

    This international botanical garden extends over a mountainous area of 560 acres was established to honour Queen Sirikit in 1992. The garden has an excellent collection of Thai and foreign plants laid...

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  • 30. Sankampaeng Hot Springs

    The Sankhampang Hot Springs are about a 45 minute drive from Chiang Mai on Highway 1317. The drive there is lovely and very pretty with views of the mountains and rice paddy's. The roads are good and...

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  • 31. Snake Farm

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    After we finished looking at terrible show at snake farm, someone there recommended us going to monkey school where not so far, we felt like to check it out. There was a lot monkeys with chain at...

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  • 32. Dokmai Garden

    5 out of 5 stars

    Dokmai Garden is the perfect escape for the discerning tourist who wishes to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown Chiang Mai. It is just 25 minute drive from Central Chiang Mai, and yet it feels...

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  • 33. Tuk Tuk

    A cheap way to see a lot of the wats without walking is to go by tuktuk. Three of us squeezed in the back of one and were given a terrific tour both in and outside the old city all for 30baht. We had...

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  • 34. Three Kings Monument

    Three Kings Monument is located in the center of Chiang Mai, in the area where palaces used to stand. The sculpture of the three kings is a symbol of Chiang Mai. Before leaving the square, check out...

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  • 35. Cultural Center

    Despite its name the "Old Chiang Mai Cultural Centre", it has nothing to do with the history of Chiang Mai, being the brain-child of an enterprising businessman. It is a reconstruction of a hill-tribe...

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  • 36. Flower Festival

    ROYAL FLORA RATCHAPHRUEK 2006 International Horticultural Exposition for His Majesty the King. It is scheduled between 1st November, 2006 – 31st January, 2006 at the Royal Agriculture Center, Maehia...

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  • 37. Monk Chat

    While in Chiang Mai, take the unique opportunity to talk to a monk. Yes, monks are often keen to practice their English. Monk chat is free and is open Monday to Saturday from noon to 6:30. Its pretty...

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  • 38. Tribal Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tribal Museum is an ethnology museum, located on Chotana Road, not so far from central of the city. It is in the area of King Rama IX Lanna Garden. The featuring inside are the indigenous culture of 9...

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  • 39. National Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This temple is a unique and elegant temple located next door to the Chiang Mai National Museum, about 2km north-west of the old city, along the Superhighway. It was built in 1455 during the reign of...

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  • 40. City Walls

    Chiang Mai's historical centre lies within the walled city (City is chiang in the northern Thai dialect while 'mai' is new, hence Chiang Mai - "New City"). Sections of the wall dating to their...

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  • 41. Chiang Dao Cave

    We travelled for almost 3 hours before we reached Chiang Dao Cave. Admission fee is 5 Baht per person. Spelunking is not that hard as the inside of the cave is already well-lighted. You can find many...

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  • 42. Wat Doi Kham - Buddhist Temple

    Doi Kham in Lanna word means golden mountain. This temple situated on top of the mountain near Ratchapruk Botanical Garden, same way to CM night safari. It's a good place to see beautiful view of...

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