Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colourful hill tribes, a playground for seasoned travellers and a delight for adventurers. On a trip to this tranquil city, curious travellers can expand their horizons with Thai massage and cooking courses. Others will be bowled over by the variety of handicrafts and antiques. There are plenty of lively nightlife spots and excellent eateries specialising in local cuisine.

    Chiang Mai is 700 km north of Bangkok, set in a verdant valley on the banks of the Ping River. The city was founded in 1296 as the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom and it still proudly wears its distinctive culture and long history for all to see. However, it's now a place where the past and the present seamlessly merge with modern buildings standing side by side with venerable temples. Despite its relatively small size, Chiang Mai truly has it all.

    What to see & do in Chiang Mai

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    Things to Do in Chiang Mai range from cultural and religious sites including elaborate Buddhist temples from the 14th century and earlier, ancient ruins, traditional markets and a massive zoo. This mountainous city in Thailand offers stunning art such as the elaborate serpent carvings at Wat Chedi Luang. National parks like Doi Suthep-Pui offer waterfalls and utopian forest surroundings. At the Warorot Market, you'll explore local handmade arts and... Baca selengkapnya

    Where to shop & what to buy in Chiang Mai

    Shopping in Chiang Mai covers everything from vibrant cultural night markets with locally handmade crafts to farmers' markets with fresh and prepared food and drink, to ultra-modern shopping centres. One of the best experiences is to explore the Sunday Walking Street on Ratchadamnoen filled with energetic food and crafts markets. The Saturday Walking Street occurs on Wualai and offers a similar experience. Baan Kang Wat is a bit further... Baca selengkapnya

    Where to go & what to do at night in Chiang Mai

    Nightlife in Chiang Mai offers a balanced and refined experience that's nevertheless active and vibrant, less wild than Bangkok, but with plenty of good drinks and live music. In the Old City, head to Zoe in Yellow, among the most popular nightclubs in the city, and it is populated with plenty of laid-back neighbourhood bars and live music spots. At Riverside, you'll find high-end bars and elegant restaurants... Baca selengkapnya

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    • Getting Around Chiang Mai

      Getting around Chiang Mai is fairly easy as many attractions are within easy walking distance of the main hotels and each other. Walking is a great way to appreciate the city's ancient charm. An afternoon spent wandering the twisting sois (alleyways) of the old city is a pleasant way to lose yourself amid genuine Thai life. If you don't wish...

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