Chiang Rai is the smaller northern hub to Chiang Mai. Though the city is more modest than its big sister, its popularity is rising amongst tourists. Why? Chiang Rai is home to a growing modern art culture twisted into traditional Thai architecture and Buddhist history.
Northern Thailand is known for housing some of the most famous temples in the entire country. Chiang Mai alone, the capital of the north, has over 300 wats! With amazing ubosots, chedis, and vihrans on almost every block deciding which temple explore is difficult. We put together the top 5 temples to visit in Chiang Mai during your trip so you can experience the most Chiang Mai has to offer.
The easiest waterfall hike in Chiang Mai is to Huay Keaw. If you are ready to get outdoors, have temple burn out, or want to escape city traffic, then the small adventure to Huay Keaw is right for you.
The monk's trail is the traditional pilgrimage monks take to jungle temples in Chiang Mai - Wat Pha Lat and Wat Doi Suthep. The trail is a total of 2.2 miles and gains 2,230 feet in elevation. You hike through northern Thailand's most famous national park, Doi Inthanon.
The weekend night market in Ayutthaya (also known as the Krungsri Market) is different from all other night markets we've experienced. The fantastic, beautiful lights lead you into the stalls brimming with all kinds of tasty Thai delicacies.
If you're still curious about what a day with elephants is like we are going to break down what you do at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand like Maerim Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai. There will be small differences between all the sanctuaries, but we have a strong feeling that elephant sanctuary experiences follow a similar schedule.
248 is a huge five-story hostel just north of Chaing Mai's old city. The building is one of the largest in the area, so naturally, the owner, Bam, wanted to utilize the stunning view of the city, mountains, and temples.
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