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Nearby Attractions

  • Attractions
  • Art in Paradise Chiang Mai

    Art in Paradise -the first 3-D Illusion Art Museum in Chiang Mai Province was established to collect artwork pieces from over 10 professional prize-award South Korean artists. They all apply Illusion Art which is the eye-deceiving illustration technique. Therefore, the spectators can feel and participate with artwork pieces as it is called “Interactive Art”. The realistic will make you feel you are a part of the “Realistic Art” masterpieces.

    Distance : 16-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 09.00am – 09.00 pm everyday

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    Ban Hmong (Meo) Mae Sa Mai

    In Mae Sa Mai, there are 2 large community comprising Hmong tribes, namely Hmoong Njua and Hmong Daw. They seem to be similar but the different between two of them is their occupation, religion, costume, culture and beliefs.In Ban Hmong (Meo) Mae Sa Mai Visitors can observe the villagers’ lifestyle, tradition and culture, as well as the way they earn a living. The locals have carried on their ancestral wisdom of weaving cloth from Cannabis fibers for generations, and they always dress in bright and colorful costumes and accessories. They can enjoy watching their indigenous performances in special occasions, such as Hmong New Year in early January.

    Distance : 55-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 09.00am - 05.00pm everyday

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    Ban Tawai - The Village of Handicraft

    Awarded OTOP tourism village of Thailand, this handicraft village is one of the major cultural attractions of Chiang Mai. Best known for its high quality at bargained price of wide variety of wooden, bronze ware, silverware handicraft and hand woven textile, the village demonstrates Thai handicrafts and handmade merchandises that reflect the heritage of local wisdom and villagers way of living.

    Distance : 33-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 09.00am - 06.00pm everyday

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    Peak Spa

    Peak Spa is a high-end spa set in a classy-yet-relaxing atmosphere and provides massage, beauty treatments, spa nails and hair salon services. The spa also provides free transportation round trip from any place in the city to the spa.

    Distance : 16-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 10.00am - 10.00pm everyday

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    Wat Chedi Luang

    Wat Chedi Luang should have been the most impressive temple in Chiang Mai. Built about 600 years ago, the huge chedi which gave the temple its name (the name of the temple translates to "royal pagoda") must have soared high above the surrounding. the chedi was mostly destroyed within a few hundred years of its construction. The pagoda has been partially reconstructed, but the spire has not been recreated since nobody can be sure what it looked like. city.

    Distance : 13-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 06.00am - 05.00pm everyday

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  • Shoppings
  • Sunday Walking Street

    On Sunday afternoon, Thanon Ratchadamnoen is taken over by the boisterous Sunday Walking Street, which feels even more animated than the Saturday Walking Street because of the energetic food markets that open up wát courtyards along the route. There is barely space to move as locals and tourists from across the world haggle vigorously for carved soaps, novelty dog collars, wood-carvings, Buddha paintings, hill-tribe trinkets, Thai musical instruments, T-shirts, paper lanterns and umbrellas, silver jewellery and herbal remedies.

    Distance : 13-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 04.00pm –mid night Sunday

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    Herb Basics

    A great stop for fragrant herbal balms, scrubs, creams, soaps and shampoos, all made in Chiang Mai with natural ingredients. There's a branch on Th Tha Phae and a small shop at the airport.

    Distance : 13-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 09.00am-06.00pm Mon-Sat, 02.00pm-09.00pm Sun

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    Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Centre

    Kad Suan Kaew offers retail therapy with air-con comfort. The anchor tenant is the Bangkok-based .Central Department and there’s a Tops Marketplace for buying foreign-friendly foods. Mobile phones and accessories are on the top floor while clothing boutiques occupy the ground floor. Students hang out here in the evenings and lots of small-time vendors set up outside the mall on Thursday and Friday.

    Distance : 5-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 10.00am-09.30pm everyday

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    Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

    Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the city’s main night-time attractions, especially for families, and is the modern legacy of the original Yunnanese trading caravans that stopped here along the ancient trade route between Simao (in China) and Mawlamyaing (on Myanmar’s Gulf of Martaban coast). Today the night bazaar sells the usual tourist souvenirs, similar to what you’ll find at Bangkok’s street markets.

    Distance : 15-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 07.00pm-midnight everyday

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  • Parks
  • Chiang Mai Night Safari

    This expansive animal park is open day and night, but the real action happens after dark, when you can view all sorts of critters from the back of an open-sided tram. With animal shows and musical fountains, it's all a little bit Las Vegas. Despite having come under fire from animal welfare experts for alleged poor animal management, it remains popular with families, with lots of big predators and African herbivores on display. Predator Prowl and Savannah Safari tours leave at fixed times, day and night.

    Distance : 21-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 11.00am-11.00pm everyday

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    Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

    Often bearing a crown of clouds, sultry Doi Suthep (1676m) and Doi Pui (1685m) are two of northern Thailand's most sacred peaks. A dense cloak of jungle envelops the twin summits, which soar dramatically on the fringes of Chiang Mai. A 265-sq-km area on the slopes of the mountains, encompassing both summits, is preserved as a national park, attracting hordes of nature lovers, and legions of pilgrims who come to worship at Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.

    Distance : 8-min drive without traffic
    Opening Time : 08.00am-06.00pm everyday

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