Join the marathon race on the Christmas Day in the most famous tourist attraction in the North of Thailand, Chiang Mai, the city with the unique identity, full of natural spots, historical sites, traditional art and culture, local customs and festivals. Routing is on the road is flat, no mountains. Temperature of 12-18 C
Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center is a world-class shopping mall and urban lifestyle hub in the Nimmanhaemin district of Chiang Mai. From the moment you see the mammoth size and futuristic look of Maya Shopping Mall, it’s clear there is nothing else like it in the city. Owned and operated by the famous MBK group, this shopping mall is more like those found in the mega-metropolises of Bangkok or Singapore, with six floors of fashion, tech-gadgets, health and beauty, banking, restaurants, and entertainment.
The Baan Jang Nak museum lies in a quiet back street in a small village 18 km east of Chiang Mai. Khun Phet Wiriya is a master craftsman who has spent his life carving wooden elephants in exquisite detail. There is a museum where many of the carving and other work of art are on display. […]
Chiang Mai sometimes written as “Chiengmai” or “Chiangmai”, is the largest and most culturally significant city in Northern Thailand. It is the capital of Chiang Mai Province and was a former capital of the Kingdom of Lan Na (1296–1768), which became the Kingdom of Chiang Mai, a tributary state of Siam from 1774 to 1899 […]
Marking the centre point of the old administrative quarter of Chiang Mai, the bronze Three Kings Monument commemorates the alliance forged between by Phaya Ngam Meuang of Phayao, Phaya Mengrai of Chiang Mai and Phaya Khun Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai in the founding of the city. The monument is a shrine for local residents, who swing […]
Wat Duang Dee is located in the historic center of old walled Chiang Mai. The temple was founded in the early 16th century. According to the Chiang Mai Chronicle, a monk of Wat Duang Dee became ruler of Chiang Mai in 1761. This was a short period of independence for Chiang Mai before the Burmese […]