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Attractions in Chiang Mai

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Wat Chedi Sao Lang

4.4/59 Reviews
Temple

Twin Camp Chang Elephant

4.1/519 Reviews

Wat Sri Don Chai

4.4/516 Reviews
Temple

Mae Yen Waterfalls

4/522 Reviews
Waterfall

Spa at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

Chae Son National Park

3.7/53 Reviews
National Park

Tham Pha Plong Priest's Camp Site

3/51 Reviews
Temple

Huai Nam Dang National Park

3.5/511 Reviews
Hot Spring
Bathhouse
National Park

Mae Salong

4.1/572 Reviews
Rural Area
Open all day (Local time)
The village of Mesler is located on the Mae Salong Mountain. The climate here is mild and humid. It is surrounded by clouds all year round and the scenery is very pleasant. It is also known as “Little Switzerland”. The village retains a strong Chinese Han people's living habits and customs, and is a large-scale Chinese village in northern Thailand. Here, you can visit the green tea garden, visit the Mausoleum of the Empress Dowager, and go to the Mae Salong Market to purchase local souvenirs and specialties.

Chiang Rai Night Bazaar  

4.7/574 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
18:30-23:00 (Local time)
This is the only night market in Chiang Rai. Compared with Chiang Mai, the Chiang Rai night market is much smaller, but it is quite complete. This small night market is one of the places in Chiang Rai that is suitable for hanging out after the night. There are various handicrafts and souvenirs from the lowland mountain tribes of Thailand, such as wood carvings, marble carvings, etc., in addition to a wide range of goods, as well as traditional Thai massage, as well as local singing and dancing performances.
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