Discover the attractions in Chiang Mai
What attractions in Chiang Mai can be discovered in the north of Thailand? A trip to the north of Thailand is definitely worth it. First, you should know that it is much cooler there than in the south. I noticed the fresh 12 ° C in the early morning on our trip to the mountain after it was already too late. The arrival by bus from Pattaya to Chiang Mai were very cool.
Temple in Chiang Mai
In Chiang Mai you can visit many beautiful and ancient temples. In downtown Chiang Mai, there are many beautiful temples.
- The Wat Puak Hong
- Phra Chao Mengrai
- Wat Chedi Luang
To visit the temple Chedi Lung you have to pay admission. The entrance fee for the visit is 40Baht. However, this visit to the temple is worthwhile.
- Wat Duang Dee
- Wat Muen Tum
- Three Kings Monument
There are many more temples in downtown Chiang Mai.
Temple outside the city
On a trip to Doi Suthep Mountain, you can explore more of Chiang Mai’s temples and attractions. The first temple on the route is Wat Pha Lat. There is also a waterfall.
Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
When visiting the Phrathat Temple, you must follow the clothing rules. The entrance fee is 30baht. To visit the temple you can walk up the stairs or take the lift for 20Baht. Enjoy the beautiful view from the platform over the city.
Chiang Mai Waterfalls
In the National Park of Chiang Mai you can visit many beautiful waterfalls. At some waterfalls you can swim super.
- Mae Sa waterfall
Elephants in the north of Thailand
Well worth seeing in Thailand are the elephants.
The city park in Chiang Mai
In the middle of the city there is a very nice city park. Suan Buak Haad City Park is open from 4:00 in the morning until 9:00 in the evening. In the city park you can feed fish and pigeons. There are sports equipment in the park, where you can train for free. On the beautiful lawn you can relax comfortably. For the children there is a playground on one side of the city park.
On some day trips, oxcart rides are also available. So two oxen are connected to a cart. Of course, there is also a parasol for the tourists. Our coach ride went a bit through the National Park in Chiang Mai. During the trip we were able to feed the oxen with bananas and take pictures.
On the river in Chiang Mai we rafted during our day trip. The bamboo raft is a simple boat made of bamboo wood, which is tied together to form a raft. During our trip I was allowed to drive the raft once. I have to say that the short time as a captain was a lot of fun. However, controlling the bamboo raft with a bamboo paddle is very tiring. On our way we passed a small waterfall that flowed into the river. We also drove through a few smaller rapids.