Here’s why Chiang Mai got its nickname as the Rose of the North.
Thinking of ushering the new year in Chiang Mai?
Halal food can be easily found in Chiang Mai. Located near the Night Bazaar, adjacent to Chang Klan Rd, Halal Street Hilal Town is a popular area among Muslim travelers. This stretch of is the best place to fulfill your stomach after a long day.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep or often referred to as “Doi Suthep” is one of northern Thailand’s most sacred temples. One needs to drive up the winding mountain road to reach the top.
The Pong Yang Elephant camp is located further in the Mae Rim Valley, surrounded by pristine green hills on the mountain side and plantations on the valley.
Tiger Kingdom is the only place that you can enter the enclosure and get close to a tiger.
There is no better way to enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of Chiang Mai than from the vantage point of a hot air balloon.
The Tweechol Botanical Garden is part of the Horizon Village & Resort property that I stayed in. If you are around Doi Saket district, the garden is worth to explore. It has one of the largest collections of plants in Thailand collected over the years.