The Top 5 Temples you Should Visit in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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.

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Demeris Morse
You Must Go to Ayutthaya's Weekend Night Market

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.

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Brenden Togioka
Spending a Day at an Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand

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.

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Ayutthaya's Ultimate Temple Ruin Hopping Bike Route

There are over twenty temples in Ayutthaya, and you can easily see all of them in one day. The most popular ways to get from one temple to another would be by tuk-tuk or tour bus. But we recommend biking around Ayutthaya instead to take in all the temples quickly and avoid pricey alternatives.

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Brenden Togioka
Thailand Hostel Reviews - Fun Dee Ayutthaya

Fun Dee hostel is no luxury villa, and they don't have a pool, but what they lack in finery they make up in essential human connection and hospitality ten-fold, which in my book beats extravagance any day. Fun Dee is owned by Peace and his wife, Minn.

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Brenden Togioka
Everything You Need to Know Before Traveling to Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is a great city to visit since it caters to all types of travelers. From luxury hotels and budget hostels, excellent dining and street food, glistening malls and old street markets, Thailand is accessible to affluent influencers and broke college students alike.

Whether you are coming for a luxury vacation or backpacking trip, every traveler should arm themselves with basic essential knowledge before traveling through Bangkok, Thailand.

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Brenden Togioka