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The Lofthouse Sansai

The Lofthouse Sansai
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637 THB
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Lifeup Resort & Spa

Lifeup Resort & Spa
Rates from:
799 THB
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Life Up Longstay Resort & Spa is a unique resort offering elegant accommodation, with modern conveniences catering to the needs of holidaymakers in Chiang Mai Thailand. Indulge yourself in a peaceful retreat in Sansai.

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Teewana Health Vegetables House

Teewana Health Vegetables House
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1,266 THB
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Tianna Garden Village

Tianna Garden Village
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1,444 THB
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Tianna Garden Village is a unique hotel offering elegant accommodation, with modern conveniences catering to the needs of holidaymakers in Chiang Mai Thailand. Indulge yourself in a peaceful retreat in San Pee Sua.

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Rim Tara Boutique Resort

Rim Tara Boutique Resort
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1,784 THB
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Baan Suan Residence

Baan Suan Residence
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1,799 THB
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Kaomai Lanna Resort Chiangmai

Kaomai Lanna Resort Chiangmai
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1,869 THB
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Kaomai Lanna Resort, located in Sanpatong is a popular choice for those looking for a mid-range resort in Chiang Mai. Making a booking at Kaomai Lanna Resort with ChiangMai Hotel Info is quick and easy.

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Things to See in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai offers a huge range of tourist attractions and things to see. Here are some of the most popular attractions for you to experience while on holiday in Chiang Mai.

Chiang Dao Caves

Chiang Dao Caves, Thailand

Chiang Dao Caves are located 72 km north of Chiang Mai on route 107. The cave complex is made up of five interconnected caves extending more than 10 km into Chiang Dao Mountain. Two of the caves are easily explored as they are illuminated by electric lights. The other caves can be explored with the aid of local guides with lanterns.

Chiang Mai National Museum

Chiang Mai National Museum is a must visit for anyone interested in the history of Chiang Mai. The museum houses a collection of Lanna Thai works of art, ancient Buddha images and war weapons. The museum is located next to Wat Jet Yot just north of the city and is open Wednesday to Sunday 9 am – 4 pm.

Chiang Mai Zoo

Chiang Mai Zoo in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai Zoo is located at the foot of Doi Suthep Mountain and surrounded by a hilly terrain. The Zoo houses more than 7,000 animals. The Zoo is very popular among both Thai and foreign visitors and the main attraction is the pandas from China.

Hill Tribe Museum

The Hill Tribe Museum located in Rama IX Park illustrates the culture and lifestyle of the major hilltribes of northern Thailand. The 3-storey museum exhibits handicrafts, costumes, jewelry, musical instruments, ornaments, household utensils, agricultural tools and statues of the hill people in traditional dress.

Phu Ping Palace

The Phu Ping Palace or the Royal Winter Palace is located on Doi Buak Ha, 4 kilometers beyond Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. The palace was built in 1962 and serves as a vacation home for the royal family. Phu Ping Palace is open to the public Friday to Sunday from May to November.

Sankamphaeng Hot Springs

Sankamphaeng Hot Springs in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Sankamphaeng Hot Springs are located in a scenic area surrounded by trees and lush green hills, only 36 km from Chiang Mai. The sulphur rich water is said to be curative and good for your skin and blood circulation. There is a spa complex with an open-air pool and several small bathhouses.

Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden

Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden is located 27 km northwest of Chiang Mai. The facility’s purpose is to conduct and promote botanical research, biodiversity and to conserve Thailand’s natural plant resources. It has a wide collection of plant species (more than 700 species), 12 exhibition greenhouses, garden and nature trails.

Wiang Kum Kam

Wiang Kum Kam in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The ancient city of Wiang Kum Kam is situated between the river Ping and the Lamphun highway, south of Mahidol Road. The city was founded by King Mengrai more than 700 years ago, but was later buried under mud when the river changed course. In 1984 archaeologists uncovered the remains of the ancient city and the area is now restored as a historical park. The best way to see it is by bicycle or motorcycle.