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Top 10 Highlights in Chiang Mai

Are you looking for the top 10 sights in Chiang Mai? Find now the top sights, attractions, highlights and interesting places in Chiang Mai at a glance.

Religious sights, sports activities and Asian charm are part of the diverse tourist attractions of the province of Chiang Mai.

Selected religious and cultural attractions of Chiang Mai province

  1. temple complex Doi Suthep Besides a fascinating view over the city of Chiang Mai in the valley, the temple, which was founded in the 14th century, offers a beautiful insight into the religious architectural treasures of Asia. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is considered to be one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand.

  2. temple site Wat Chiang Man The city's oldest temple on Rajpakinai Road houses a number of the most interesting Buddhist artifacts in the country. Many of the exhibits are not only historically but also artistically very valuable.

  3. Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center The museum located on Prapokklao Road presents a good overview of the traditions, culture and history of the city and the Chiang Mai region. A special experience are the museum tours by traditionally dressed and well-trained guides.

  4. Hilltribe Research Institute Museum The regional mountain peoples deserve more attention than they receive as the destination of guided trekking tours. The Hilltribe Research Institute in Chotana Road dedicates exhibitions and media productions to the different peoples of the area. In the affiliated museum, interested people can learn surprising facts.

  5. night bazaar The special ambience of the market every evening underlines the foreign character of the products on offer for Europeans. Thai delicacies are offered at affordable prices for immediate consumption.

natural beauties in and around Chiang Mai

  1. Chiang Dao In the north of the city of Chiang Mai, Chiang Dao is a perfect destination for nature and sports fans. The region is ideal as a starting point for demanding trekking tours or for exploring the surrounding mountains at a leisurely pace.

  2. cooking schools in Chiang Mai Holidays for the senses can be perfectly arranged by visiting one of the various cooking schools in the city. Course participants will learn a lot of unknown things about exotic ingredients, unusual ways of preparing food and typical northern Thai spices.

  3. Chiang Mai Flower Carnival Every year in February the world famous Flower Festival takes place, with which Chiang Mai has conquered a firm place in the calendars of lovers of exotic plants. In general, the colourful festivals in and around Chiang Mai provide fascinating insights into the culture of Thailand. Calendar in English language: www.chiangmai-chiangrai.com/3_holidays.html]

  4. Maesa Elephant Camp The camp, located in the Muang District a few kilometers from the city of Chiang Mai, gives visitors the opportunity to learn about the importance of elephants for regional development. For entertainment, elephant rides and demonstrations are offered.

  5. Chiang Mai Zoo The species-rich zoo not only attracts visitors to the classic zoo, but with the adjoining botanical garden is also an oasis of relaxation in the middle of the city. As a special attraction, the evening "Chiang Mai Night Safari" with water and light show as well as an extensive tour through the enclosures is not only popular with tourists.