Welcome to Northern Thailand
Temples, elephants and much more ...
Dreaming of a cultural mecca with beautiful sights, shopping opportunities, vibrant cities, which also possesses a beautiful scenery and ancient buildings, the Northern Thailand answer to your dreams.
Popular places to go in North Thailand
Find there - see map here The handmade umbrellas and umbrellas in Bo Sang Village is known throughout the country as well as abroad. In fact, so well known that the umbrella has become one of the symbols of Chiang Mai. In Sankampaeng you will find lots of hand-painted umbrellas, small ...read more
Find there - see map here in Chiang Dao Cave stretches caves for many kilometers into the mountain, however, is only a small part of the complex is possible to explore. Two of the caves, Tham Phra Nawn and Tham Seua Dao, illuminated by electric lights, but the upper caves are pitch black and ...read more
Find there - see map here Doi Pui, which at its peak when 1,685 meters above sea level drop, the highest mountain of Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. It is famous for its incredibly beautiful waterfall that you can easily find your way to the main road. Besides the waterfall is one of the ...read more
Find there - see map here Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain in Thailand, rises 2,565 meters above sea level. The place is known as a haven for a wide variety of animal species, and perhaps the best place in Thailand for bird-watching, where the park is about 362 ...read more
Find there - see map here elephants in the Mae Sa Elephant Camp are no ordinary animals, their place in the Guinness World Record also confirms. Besides going about their daily routine of bathing, eating, sleeping and just being domesticated elephants, these are extremely ...read more
Find there - see map here Wiang Kum Kam is an ancient city from the eighth century Haripunchai Kingdom. The city is located in very attractive countryside, about five kilometers south of Chiang Mai along the Ping river. You can expect to see many ...read more
Find there - see map here, this impressive temple was built sometime between the years 1385 - 1402, under King Saen Muang Ma, the seventh ruler of Mengrai Dynasty. Wat Chiang's massive Chedi (pagoda) is a characteristic feature of Chaing Mais skyline. At its peak ...read more
Find there - see map here Modeled on a similar attraction in Singapore, the Chiang Mai Night Safari animal three zones: Savanna Safari, Predator Prowl and Jaguar Trail - you can experience through an open tram or on foot. It is also ample opportunity to hand-feed ...read more
Find there - see map here Well spread out over 200 hectares of land at the foot of Doi Suthep, you can out of a very fascinating wildlife, get an excellent view of the city. Chiang Mai Zoo is definitely worth a visit. There should be almost 400 species here, including the two ...read more
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