After the big capital Bangkok and the island paradise of Phuket, Chiang Mai is the most popular destination for travellers visiting Thailand. Considered the traditional capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai also opens doors to a whole different set of adventure activities that hard to find elsewhere. Here are some of the coolest things to do in Chiang Mai!
Because of its laid-back atmosphere, friendly people and great value for money in food and shopping, it was possibly the place to enjoy with huge variety in things you can do and see.
The Eagle Track Ziipline is a place where you can experience the fun and adventure with sling hung in the air across farms up in the mountain of rice paddy fields and the Mae Ram River, you will enjoy a once in a lifetime experience you will never forget. This thrilling tour also comes with the highest level of security and safety and experienced staff to guide you every step of the way. The Eagle Track Zipline provides 3 different packages of Zipline through rain forest, waterfalls, and cultivated area that guests can chose from- The Gold Eagle Package, Silver Eagle Package, and Bronze Eagle Package. Find out more about which package that suite you!
Elephants can be incredibly emotional creatures, more than we give them credit for, and their affections can stem to other creatures besides their own. The baby elephant has become something of a tourist attraction at Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai you can find lots of love from these baby elephants, known for his tendency to nuzzle, snuggle and even hug the people they meets on the farm. Sometimes, he’ll even curl up on his human friends’ chests, like an oversized, hairless puppy!
The Sunday Market (or Walking Street) is a large market located right in the centre of the old walled city area of Chiang Mai. Starting at the Tha Phae Gate at one end the Sunday Market extends for roughly 1 kilometer down the full length of Ratchadamnoen Road. You can go to the Market every Sunday from 4pm till midnight.
The Sunday Market really comes alive after dark when all the street entertainers, musicians, puppeteers, Thai dancers, and bands start to perform; and all the coloured light are turned on. If you get sore feet wandering around, you can have a foot massage around 70THB for 30 minutes.
Not to be missed during your visit to the Sunday Market are two excellent temples. On the main street is Wat Phan Tao and down a side street is the impressive bulk of Wat Chedi Luang. Get there before dark to see them in good light.
If you want to spend some time in the outdoors and experience some breathtaking views, visit the Doi Inthanon National Park. About an hour and a half drive from Chiang Mai’s Old City, the national park is home to Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain. There are temples, flower gardens, waterfalls, caves, and stunning hiking trails. Make it a day trip or spend the night in a Thai styled bungalow or Tent.
Chiang Mai Night Safari operated by a government agency total area of 323.81 acres and away from the city center only about 10 kilometers. Chiang Mai Night Safari has unique style of service that can travel throughout the day. Both during the day and at night and may you have a night zoo, the largest in the world. They also highlighted in the Nature Theme Park, which is different from the typical Zoo Safari in Africa with an emphasis in natural history. Wildlife in Asia the tourists will be able to study the behavior of wild animals up close. In comparison with Africa Find the behavior of wild animals is more difficult than the Chiang Mai Night Safari.
The Chiang Mai Night Safari has a generous lead animals to visitors, since it does not have to shell out as the White Lion Wildlife hitters today survives only 200 in the world, including white tigers, rare animals again. Kind waiting to welcome the visit of all the people who love nature. From the front entrance ever! Book Now