What to do in Chiang Mai

Doi Inthanon
Is the highest mountain in Thailand and is a part of a 482 km² national park in Chiang Mai Province. The national park is a part of the Himalayan mountain range, due to the high altitude, the park has high humidity and cool weather all year round.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
First constructed in 1383, it is one of the sacred temples for Thai Buddhists because it is said that its stupa contains a bone relic of the Buddha. The temple is 15 kilometres from the city of Chiang Mai. From the temple, impressive views of Chiang Mai can be seen.

Wat Chedi Luang
Is a Buddhist temple in the historic centre of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The current temple grounds are made up of three original temples: Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin.

Wat Phra Singh
The Wat Phra Singh dates back to the 14th century when Chiang Mai was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom and it is one of the finest examples of classicical Lanna style architecture in Northern Thailand.

Wat Phan Tao
Wat Phan Tao is a beautifully rustic wooden temple with a mystical and enchanting garden area. Sitting next to the famous Wat Chedi Luang, this temple is often overlooked but is worth a visit.

The Yee Peng Chiang Mai Festival
Yee Peng refers to the full moon of the 12nd month in the Thai lunar calendar (this year it was November 22nd, 2018). During this festival, Lanna people launch floating lanterns into the night sky to symbolise the casting away of misfortune.


Tiger Kingdom
Tiger Kingdom has various species of Indochinese tiger where visitors have a chance to play, take photographs with or even hug tigers closely.


Monthathan Waterfall
The Monthathan Waterfall are a part of the Doi Suthep national park. Many tourists and travelers come here for a relaxed scenery and a swim.

Elephant camp
Learn more about elephant’s life and you will be able to enjoy not just how lovely they are but and how intelligent too. There are many elephant camps in Chiang Mai in Mae Sa, Mae Rim, Mae Tang and Chiang Dao.

Central Festival Chiangmai Branch
It is a full-scale lifestyle shopping centre in Chiang Mai which also happens to be the largest shopping complex in Northern Thailand.


Nimman Road (Nimmanhemin)
A popular road with many shops and restaurants where locals and tourists can enjoy a contemporary and trendy Chiang Mai lifestyle.

Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center
A leading six-storey urban lifestyle hub and shopping mall next to Nimman Road.