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        We are chiangmai DayTrip,Uncover hidden experiences the north of Thailand.

        Our travel team ventures the north of Thailand to find extraordinary experiences. With travel team  at your side, you can focus on where you are and savor every moment.

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If you’re planning a trip to Thailand

        you will definitely want to read our Chiang Mai travel guide.

        While we adore the tropical getaway islands in the South of this amazing country as much as the next person, we also want to make sure you don’t forget about the equally idyllic North of Thailand.

          The North of Thailand – in particular Chiang Mai (known as the ‘Rose of the North’) – has so much to offer. Think ancient temples, mystical mountains, jungle treks and hidden waterfalls – it’s really no surprise more and more people want to visit Chiang Mai.

          Here I share my travel guide to Chiang Mai, including all of the best attractions. Finding the best things to do in Chiang Mai can be difficult, so read through our suggestions to see what takes your fancy! If you like having a hassle free way to explore your next getaway destination, take one of our guided tours in Chiang Mai.



“The roof of Thailand”, this national park is not to be missed. The easiest way to see this amazing sight is probably through a local tour service. Simply ask at your hotel and they will be more than happy to arrange this for you as there are many tour companies that run trips here, due to it being one of the best things to do in Chiang Mai.

At the attraction, wander along the Ang Ka nature trail and reach the highest point in Thailand at 2565 meters. Then head up to the King & Queen pagodas. Not only are the chedi’s stunning, but the area offers the best views across the national park – undoubtedly one of the top things to do in Chiang Mai.


Whenever I think about my visit to Chiang Mai, one thing stands out for me – volunteering with elephants at Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. It’s possibly the most tourist-y thing you can do in Chiang Mai, but trust me, you don’t want to miss this! If you’re looking for great things to do in Chiang Mai, a visit here should be at the top of your list.

A day trip to the sanctuary includes pick-up from your hotel, an educational talk about the elephants and why they had to be rescued, lots of feeding and play time with the elephants (including helping to bathe the elephants in the river – so be prepared to get wet and muddy!) and even a traditional Thai lunch.

Check out our Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Experience Tour which includes and the beautiful rolling hills and jungles of surrounding Chiang Mai with one of our lovely local tour guides – we just had to include it in our Chiang Mai travel guide!

Trekking Inthanon National Park on pha dok siew nature trail

For many visitors to Doi Inthanon National Park, this trek is the highlight of the day. A local Karen guide will lead you (mostly downhill) through forest and farmland to her village. The forest walk follows the course of the Mae Klang river that supplies the village and farms with water.

Between the rice fields you will see hillsides full of irrigated strawberries, and close to the village you will walk past coffee plantations.

If you would like to take a quick swim, there is a good swimming location just below the waterfall. This is not possible after heavy rain – your local guide will advise if swimming is safe. If you plan to swim, we suggest you bring a small towel to make the 2nd half of the walk more comfortable.

The walk takes between 90 minutes and 2 hours, When you reach Mae Klang Luang village at the end, you can sample some of the local coffee that is roasted and ground on site.

Wat Rong Khun “The White Temple” of Chiang Rai

The White Temple is unique in that it mixes traditional Buddhist beliefs with modern art. In one place you will see scary-looking mythical creatures and in another, you will see Batman or some other symbol of modern pop culture.

The White Temple is famous for its iconic, intricate details as well as some distinctive design elements such as the Bridge of the Cycle of Rebirth, the Gate of Heaven, the Ubosot and the Golden Building. The Bridge of the Cycle of Rebirth is a small bridge that crosses a lake to reach the main building of the temple.

The main building of the temple is a simple concrete framed structure with a wooden roof. However, all the exteriors were covered in white plaster with glass inserts. The glass was used as a symbol of the wisdom of Buddha, and the white color represents the purity of the deity.

Doi Suthep temple

Doi Suthep is the regal mountain overlooking the city of Chiang Mai from the northwest. It is home to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, an awe-inspiring temple that is crowned by an elaborate chedi, 24 metres tall and gold plated from top to bottom. It gleams like a northern star from the heights of the mountain.

The temple is one of the most historically and spiritually significant places in Thailand and is an impressive embodiment of the Lanna culture, with its origins dating back almost 700 years. As such, large numbers of Thais and foreigners come to experience the special magic of this holy place. Scattered around the temple are various statues depicting everything from the legendary white elephant upon whose grave the temple was erected to the assorted gods and Buddhas of the Thai religion.

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