Chiang mai,

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep,

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Wat Phra That doi suthep is the most important temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Built in the early 19th Buddhist century, the beauty of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is marked by seven-headed serpent statues that line the stairs to the temple where a Chiang Saen style golden pagoda and all its exquisite Lanna architecture is situated

Doi Inthanon,

Doi Inthanon

Doi inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand, rising 2,565 meters above sea level. Doi Inthanon national park has lots of amazing variation in its lush geography and forest. It is home to rainforest, mixed forest, and pine forest.

Wat Chedi Luang,

Wat Chedi Luang

Wat Chedi Luang Temple is home to Chiang Mai’s largest Buddhist chedi built featuring 98 meters tall and 54 meters in diameter. The construction of the orginal chedi was completed in 1481 during the reign of King Mengrai.

Wat Prasingh,

Wat Prasingh

Wat Phra Singh is in the western part of the old city center of Chiang Mai. The full name is Wat Phra Singh Woramahawihan. The temple is on of the highlights in the core zone of the Chiang Mai UNESCO World Heritage project. You can easily spend at least an hour exploring the compound of Wat Phra Singh.

elephant Nature Park,

Elephant Nature Park

There are many elephant camps around Chiang Mai, but all are not created equal. Many have been criticized as treating the animals poorly and overworking them. Elephant Nature Park is not one of these places.

Doi Pui Village,

Doi Pui Village

This small Hmong village is admittedly more tourist oriented than authentic. Yet there is a small exhibit of a traditional hill tribe home and information on the history of the many groups that have settled in the Thai mountains in past generations.