EN
Languages
GBP
Top currencies
All currencies
Help
Within the United Kingdom 0808 196 9996 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +44 113 868 8886 English: 24/7
App
Download the App for Free

Attractions in Chiang Mai

Sort by:

Recommended

Distance (Near to Far)

View on Map
Tha Phae Gate

Tha Phae Gate

4.4/52,043 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Part of the eastern wall, Tha Phae Gate is a highly intact city gate. Originally, the ancient city of Chiang Mai was surrounded by a wall about 2 meters high enclosed in red brick walls. Later, most of the buildings disappeared over the years. The surviving Tha Phae Gate became a very well-known attraction in Chiang Mai and a landmark. The red wall and blue sky are beautiful in the morning or at dusk when few people are around. Photographers from all over the world have come here to capture the beautiful scene of the city gate from different angles. On Sunday, the market stalls start here. When the market is closed, tourists and locals feed the pigeons in the square in front of the Tha Phae Gate. The environment is very comforting.
Chiang Mai Ancient City

Chiang Mai Ancient City

4.5/51,213 Reviews
Historic Town
Open all day (Local time)
The Ancient City of Chiang Mai was built in 1296 and is square-shaped. Its city wall is about 1.5 kilometers long each. Part of the original walls and a moat are preserved. The Ancient City of Chiang Mai is an important part of Thai cultural heritage and also a fascinating place. There are many ruins in the Ancient City of Chiang Mai. Traditional Thai temples and pagodas are its features, and most can be visited for free. The Ancient City is also full of life. It is home to different hotels, B&Bs, restaurants, and cafes. There are also lively markets on the weekends, so you get a glimpse into the daily lives of people in Chiang Mai.
Bhubing Palace

Bhubing Palace

4.3/5629 Reviews
Palace
Monday-Sunday 8:30-16:30 (sales time is 8:30-15:30), the garden is open every day, the interior of the palace is only open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; the royal staff visits from January to March It will be temporarily closed. (Local time)
Bhubing Rajanives Palace is one of the royal residences where Thai royalty have traditionally gone to escape the summer heat. It was built in 1961 in the mountains overlooking Chiang Mai. The white-walled building decorated with yellow tiles is a unique bit of Thai architecture nestled in the green mountains. Elegant and exotic, the garden is lush and full of imported plants and flowers, such as rose and sage. The park holds more than just the palace, and includes wooden cabins and a reservoir. For travelers who enjoy the mountains, it is worth visiting and staying for a while.
Chiang Mai Gate

Chiang Mai Gate

4.5/5117 Reviews
Historical Site
The outer part of Chiang Mai Old City is surrounded by a moat. The inner side of the moat was originally covered with brick walls, but over the years, only certain parts of the moat have retained traces of the walls. The Old City is square shaped and retains four sites of remnants of the city corners and five sites of remnants of the city gates. The Chiang Mai Gate is the south gate of Chiang Mai Old City and one of the more well preserved of the old city gates in Chiang Mai. The main entrance of Chiang Mai Gate is made purely out of wood and exudes a sense of ancient history.
Wat Lok Molee

Wat Lok Molee

4.5/5136 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Wiang Kum Kam

Wiang Kum Kam

4.4/5147 Reviews
Historic Town
Wat Ched Yot

Wat Ched Yot

4.5/5141 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Chang Phuak Gate

Chang Phuak Gate

4.3/567 Reviews
Historical Site
Wat Chai Mongkhon

Wat Chai Mongkhon

4.3/537 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Suan Dok Gate

Suan Dok Gate

4.4/57 Reviews
Historical Site
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Ctrip Skyscanner Trip