TravelsYou’ve never been to Chian Mai unless you visited this beautiful and stunning place. It never failed to amazed me and took my breathe away. The gorgeous Chiang Mai city view is superb, the Buddhist temple experienced is beyond, the weather is so perfect, side trips were awesome, it’s very unforgettable. I should've done this the first time I came to Chiang Mai.
E35***74The Phae Gate is easy to go. which is located in old town. There is the great place to visit for the traveller who likes the history of Thailand. Also, there has lots of restaurants and cafe near the gate. People can enjoy the time during the trip.
野猫leeTemples can be seen everywhere. this is the best place to experience the Thailand life with local people.And it’s very easy to get nice food like mango with rices. fruits are very fresh! recommended strongly to live here.
Emily LeBlancI studied at CMU a few years ago, and it is a huge and beautiful university. There are many places to explore by using the free purple shuttles and there is a lot of cheap and good food in the cafeterias.
Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. It is in Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province. This mountain is an ultra prominent peak, known in the past as Doi Luang or Doi Ang Ga, meaning the 'crow's pond top'. Near the mountain's base was a pond where many crows gathered.
#holidayvacation Doi Pui, at 1,685metres above sea level, is the highest peak in the Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. It is famous for its beautiful waterfalls which are easily reached from the main road. But one of the hottest attractions for Doi Pui must be Hmong Tribal Village situated less than five kilometres from the famous Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. A visit to this village is an eye-opener into the tribal villagers’ private life. Witness their simple way of living, their homes, as well as learn about their culture through a collection of objects, such as musical instruments, traditional silver-embroidered costumes and bamboo crafts.
#holidayvacation Doi Ang Khang is a popular tourist destination in Fang, Chiang Mai. The top of the mountain is the coldest point in Thailand, where the temperature drops below zero. On the way to this place, you will get acquainted with the stunning natural beauty of Thailand, and you will see the delightful blooming wild Himalayan cherry among the strawberry fields. It’s an amazing route that takes you through mountain peaks and shows you some sights that will last a lifetime! The three peaks that the route predominately revolves around are Doi Ang Khang, Doi Pha Hom Pok, and Doi Lang, which are part of the Daen Lao mountain range.
If you love waterfalls, we’ve already got a few on my post for you to check out some of my post. But if you’re looking for an adventure to a secret waterfall, we gotchu. Mork Fa Waterfall in Mae Taeng is a bit outside of the city, and feels like a hidden oasis.
This tall and majestic waterfall is beautiful and lacks the crowds of some of the other more accessible or popular falls in the area. We arrived around 9:00 a.m. and were the only ones there for a while. There’s a sandy area and a nice pool for swimming right by the falls, a lush jungle and cave, as well as some smaller pools further out. Bring some snacks and find a sunny patch to have a little picnic.
#holidayvacation Getting to Mon Da than Waterfall is an adventure in itself because it’s not really near anything else. If you’re confident driving a motorbike, that’s the cheapest way to get here.
Otherwise, you can hire a songthaew or a Grab for the roughly 1-hour drive. Just put the location into Google Maps, and you shouldn’t have any trouble getting there. Once you’ve parked, the waterfall is just a short walk away.
#holidayvacation There are dozens of temples in Chiang Mai, but Wat Pha Lat is our favorite temple we've visited by far.
First, it is surrounded by the jungle, so it has a completely different feel than the temples within the Old City. Second, it can only be reached by hiking, which eliminates many tourists. The crowds at Wat Pha Lat are far fewer than at many of the other temples in Chiang Mai, so it feels really special.
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Doi Ang Khang is a mountain in Fang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It is part of the Daen Lao Range that straddles both sides of the Burmese-Thai border. It is the site of an agricultural station, the first research station set up by King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1969.