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Chiang Mai National Museum :

Chiang Mai National Museum 
    Chiang Mai National Museum is located in the northern part of the city, right next to Wat Chet Yot on the ‘Superway’ road, where it appears as a beautiful typical Thai-style building with a traditional Lanna-style rooftop. More....

Chiang Mai Wildlife and Eco-tourism  
Chiang Mai Wildlife and Eco-tourism
  If you are a person who loves to stay close to the nature, then Chiang Mai is a must see place for you. It offers trekking, cycling, 4-wheel drive, whitewater rafting, bamboo rafting, remote jungle trail, easy mountain biking, exciting elephant rides, and alternative accommodations and home stays. More....



Chiang Mai Tourist Attractions

    Chiang Mai Province is one of the few places in Thailand where it is possible to find in the heart of the city centuries-old chedis and temples next to modern convenience stores and boutique hotels.

          The city with its exclusive hotels and distinctive restaurants offering delectable Thai and northern cuisines is an ideal holiday destination.

          For tourists who are on a look out for some adrenalin gushing adventure, there are different forms of adventure sports available. Trekking on foot or on Elephant back is quite common. The challenging trekking paths on the mountain terrains tempt tourists to explore its peaks and forests. Since there are a lot of rivers and streams flowing throughout the province there is a good opportunity for rafting using bamboo or rubber rafts. Popular routes for rafting include Mae Kok, Mae Chaem, and Mae Tuen rivers. All these rivers flow through the lush forests and hill tribe settlements.

          Other forms of adventure sports such as go-karting, Jungle reviving is also common. One can even get a bird’s eye view of the region through an exciting sightseeing in the air by boarding a micro-light craft. Nature lovers have a wonderful option of bird watching at Doi Inthanon and Doi Suthep.

          There are over 300 hotels, resorts, guesthouses, hostels and apartments available. The rates vary from 200 baht per night to over 20,000 baht per night. Guesthouses and mid-range hotels are located along Charoen Prathet Road, Charoen Rat Road, Tha Phae Gate and Huay Kaew Road. There are ordinary, 2nd class and 1st class air-conditioned buses leaving for Chiang Mai from daily from the Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal. Domestic airlines including Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways operate several flights daily between Bangkok and Chiang Mai.


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