- Dubbed “the rose of the North” of Thailand, Chiang Mai is a destination not to be missed for those who love to explore the natural beauty, and want to learn the traditional culture of the Aborigines living on the high hills.
- 3 places travelers should not ignore when to Chiang Mai:
1. Doi Suthep
Thais have a saying “less is considered less Doi Suthep to Chiang Mai”, which is a famous holy temple in Chiang Mai, where many Buddhist pilgrims. With a history of over 600 years of existence, the famous Doi Suthep on the majestic Buddha statues that ancient, dark timestamp makes one visit and have a sense of contemplation, admiration as the Buddha land. Coming to Suthep, visitors should arrive at sunset.
Doi Suthep Temple, located on Doi Suthep mountain, at an altitude of nearly 1.676m compared to sea level, have a lifespan of over 600 years. Photo: Ashit Desai
- Festival sky lights known as Yi Peng Festival is a unique festival, usually held annually in November in Chiang Mai.
- 2. Dense forest of Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai jungle is one of the largest virgin forests and unique in Thailand. Guests will have the opportunity to ride elephants and visit this pristine forests, feel the natural beauty and hospitality of the heart, the natives here.
- 3. Golden Triangle area
Golden Triangle is a well-known landmarks and is well known, not only in Thailand but around the world. It was once the headquarters of the opium barons, but today everything related to the plant has been demolished to make room for a green eco-tourism zones. Currently it has a commercial activity, tourist place very busy, dedicated service needs fun, entertainment, sale of tourist arrivals and sightseeing.
Currently the Golden Triangle area is a tourist attractions in Chiang Mai