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  • Chiang Mai elephant camps are some of the finest tourist attractions in the city, ideal for a joyful day outing experience with family and friends. These elephant camps are safe havens for rescued elephants, established to give shelter to them and look after their needs in their natural habitat. Spending a few hours at one of these camps will surely be an educational experience for you as you get to learn about these animals, their history, their food habits, and much more. You will also get an opportunity to play with elephants, bathe them, and pose next to them.

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    A tour of elephant camps in Chiang Mai is definitely going to satisfy your urge for wildlife exploration and fun activities. Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary and Maetaman Elephant Camp are two highly recommended camps where you can ride these majestic elephants and explore the deeper parts of the forests. Or, for a more intimate and interactive session, you have choices like Into The Wild Elephant Camp and Mae Ping Elephant Village where you will get a chance to bath with elephants in a river and watch them paint.

    Here are some of the best Chiang Mai Elephant Camps:

  • 01Rantong Save and Rescue Elephant Centre

    Get ready to visit the Ran-Tong Save and Rescue Elephant Camp for a fantastic getaway from the monotony of daily life. It is home to over 40 elephants, all of the animals are rescued and protected from future abuse and domestic poaching in Chiang Mai.

    Famous for its domestic and friendly elephants, the Ran-Tong Save and Rescue elephant centre has tourists and visitors actively interacting with the animals to create a protected environment for the elephants and a thrilling experience for the tourists.  With peaceful and fun activities like bathing, feeding and playing with elephants, this elephant rescue centre is a must-see when visiting Thailand.

    Location: Ban Chang, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

    Timings: Monday-Sunday, from 7 am to 10 pm.

    Cost: A full-day program costs from THB 2100-2500/ INR 4690- 5580.

  • 02Mae Ping Elephant Village

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    Enjoy a leisurely cruise down the Ping River whilst overlooking the natural beauty of the Mae Ping Elephant Village. Take time away from the hustle and bustle of city life and indulge yourself in fun activities like elephant bathing and painting in nature. Spend quality time with your family and loved ones at one of the most peaceful elephant camps in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

    Surround yourself in the lush greenery of the Mae Ping Village as you enjoy elephant shows or simply take part in relaxing elephant rides. The elephant rides follow a trail down the Mae Ping river which retires into a splendid buffet lunch with several vegetarian options.

    Location: Inthakhin, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

    Timing: 9 am to 5 pm; Monday to Sunday. 

    Cost: THB 900/ INR 2000.

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  • 04Maetaman Elephant Camp

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    Another one of the great Chiang Mai Elephant Camps is the Maetaman Elephant Camp located in the town of Kuet Chang in the Mae Taeng district. If you are looking for a relaxing and fun time to spend with these gentle giants then Maetaman Elephant Camp is the place for you.

    Revel in fun activities like elephant rides along the river and bamboo raft-making and ox cart rides. Interact with the different types of elephants from the great Asian to the majestic African. Learn more about these magnificent beasts and their role in the ecosystem as you simultaneously give them baths and spend your time petting them.

    Location: Kuet Chang, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

    Timing: Monday to Sunday, from 8 am to 5 pm.

    Cost: THB 1900/ INR 4200.

  • 05Maesa Elephant Camp

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    Home to the largest area for domesticated elephants in the Masea Valley, the Masea Elephant Camp is dedicated to using their expertise and knowledge to help increase the number of elephants in northern Thailand. Visit these Chiang Mai Elephants Camps and observe the elephants work in unison with their mahouts and take part in leisurely activities for tourists like bathing and riding elephants.

    Also, indulge in outdoor painting activities amidst the breathtaking landscape of the Maesa Valley. Visit the elephant nursery for a petting experience that will surely bring you closer to these mighty animals and help you make for some fond memories.

    Location: Tapae Road, 119/9 1096, 50100, Thailand.

    Timing: 7:30 am to 4 pm.

    Cost: THB 200- 1200/ INR 450- 2700.

  • 06Four Seasons Golden Triangle Tented Camp

    One of the most sought after Chiang Mai Elephant Camps is the Four Seasons Golden Triangle Tented camp. Escape to the natural wonders of northern Thailand on the Ruak River. Explore the natural beauty of west Laos by staying at the luxury tented accommodations of the Four Seasons Golden Triangle Tented camps.

    Take part in unforgettable adventures such as trekking with elephants through lush jungles and fabulous mountain trails. With stunning views and luxuries signature to the Four Seasons, their Chiang Mai Elephant Camps create memories that will last a lifetime.  With a minimum of two days and one night stay, tourists and guests can enjoy all the special amenities that the camp has to offer.

    Location: 499 MOO1 T. Vieng, Chiang Rai, Chiang Saen District, Chiang Rai 57150, Thailand.

    Timing: All-access during a minimum of 2 days stay.

    Cost: THB 70560/ INR 157400.

  • 07Chai Lai Orchid Elephant Camp

    Be a part of one of the best eco-tour and travel experience and immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of Chai Lai Orchid Elephant Camp. Spend quality time feeding, playing and taking care of the elephants in this camp. Guests can also opt for riding these gentle beasts for a fascinating and unforgettable experience.

    Guests also have the option of availing accommodation in eco-huts located on the property. Participate in other enjoyable and exciting activities like river rafting and swimming in the pools or witness the scenic mountainous beauty. If you are looking for a peaceful natural retreat to detox from city life and get up close and personal with elephants, this elephant camp is a must-visit.

    Location: 202 Tambon Mae Win, Amphoe Mae Wang, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50360, Thailand.

    Timing: 7 am to 9 pm, Monday-Sunday.

    Cost: THB 200/ INR 446.

  • 08Elephant Life Experience

    Plan the perfect getaway by visiting the Elephant Life Experience camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Make your tour an unforgettable one by visiting this stunning location and spending time in the photogenic natural landscape.

    Make memories of playing with and bathing the elephants at the Elephant Life Experience. Tourists and guests can also book rooms in luxury accommodations and lodges. One can also engage in activities like elephant trekking through picturesque forests on the backs of the mighty elephants. One can also learn new and interesting facts about the elephants’ behaviour and habits in the forest and gain valuable insights about the animals.

    Location: Kuet Chang, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

    Timing: 7:30 am to 6:30 pm.

    Cost: THB 2500/ INR 5570.

  • 09Baan Chang Elephant Park

    Engage in an experience of a lifetime as you get exclusive insight into the natural environment in which elephants thrive and their behaviour. The Baan Chang Elephant Park is a small, family-run park that has been running for over 30 years solely for the love and dedication towards elephants and their conservation.

    Witness the majestic beauty of the elephants, who are provided with the highest quality of life possible. The Baan Chang Elephant park does not tolerate any mistreatment of the elephants, and although you can interact with them in close proximity, tourists are not allowed to take rides on their backs.

    Location: Unnamed Rd, Tambon Ki Lek, Amphoe Mae Taeng, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

    Timing: Monday-Sunday, 8 am to 5 pm.

    Cost: THB 2900- 12900/ INR 6460- 28770.

  • 10Elephant Nature Park

    Elephant camps in Chiang Mai are all unique conservation projects that focus on protecting elephants from abuse and rescues them from the hands of poachers and hunters. Elephant Nature Park has been actively working with elephants since the 1990s with the concentrated agenda of providing a safe sanctuary for elephants in northern Thailand.

    Tourists can spend time with the animals in their care and learn about their habits and behaviour from elephant experts.  Tourists and volunteers are welcome to contribute to the conservation and welfare of the elephants and other animals. As you pet and take care of them in their natural environment, learn about their history and conservation practices that are being adopted for their sustenance and welfare.

    Location: 209/2 Sridom, Ruam Chai Alley, 50100, Thailand.

    Timing: 9 am to 5 pm; Monday to Saturday. (Closed on Sundays). 

    Cost: THB 2500/ INR 5570 (day tour); THB 5800/ INR 12930 (night tour).

  • 11Patara Elephant Farm

    Known for its active rescue endeavors and conservation of elephants, the Patara Elephant Farm finds and protects elephants from all across Thailand and treats rehabilitates them in a protected natural environment.

    Spend a day at one of the most beautiful and friendly elephant's camps in Chiang Mai, Thailand, as you clean, bathe, feed and spend time with the gentle elephants at the Patara Elephant Farm. Interact with the elephants in their natural environment and experience the natural beauty of the animals.

    Location: Ban Pong, Hang Dong District, Chiang Mai 50230, Thailand.

    Timing: 8 am to 6 pm, Monday-Sunday. 

    Cost:  THB 5800/ INR 12936 (elephant per person).

  • 12Into the Wild Elephant Camp

    Another one of Chiang Mai Elephant Camps is the Into the Wild Elephant Camp which is a place that offers a surreal experience in the Chiang Mai province of Thailand. All the elephants at this camp are allowed to roam free in the vast forest area and play to their heart’s content in the freshwater river.

    The Into the Wild Elephant Camp also sports a lively educational centre at the heart of the reserve for eager tourists and animal activists. The camp is a great spot for those who wish to connect with nature and are looking to make exciting memories. 

    Location: 52/1-2, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

    Timings: Open 24 hours, Monday-Sunday.  

    Cost: THB 2400/ INR 5300.

  • 13Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary

    Embark on a journey of educational ecotourism at the Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary. Wander around in the scenic beauty of the surrounding mountains and an adjoining national park. Located in a village near Chiang Mai, you can experience first-hand the majestic beauty of the elephants and the skill of their care-takers (mahouts).

    Riding or climbing on the elephants is banned here, even for the mahouts, as they are treated with dignity, love and respect. If you are an avid animal lover, this elephant camp in Chiang Mai should definitely be a part of your travel itinerary. 

    Location: 45 km from the city of Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.

    Timings: open 24 hours Monday to Sunday.

    Cost: THB 3500/ INR 7800.

  • 14Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

    Plan a getaway to an ethical and sustainable eco-tourism sanctuary located approximately 60 km away from the city of Chiang Mai. Founded in July 2014, this is one of the Elephant Camps in Chiang Mai that is a joint initiative between the members of the tribes of Karen hill and the Chiang Mai locals who have been actively working for the welfare of the elephants of Thailand.

    The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary has a total of three national parks, each of which is near the cities of Chiang Mai Pattaya and Phuket.

    Location: 1910 Thapae Rd, Chang Khlan, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand.

    Timing: Monday-Sunday, 7 am to 10 pm. 

    Cost: TBH 2400/ INR 5300 (adults), THB 1800/ INR 4000 (ages 3-10), free for children under the age of 3.

  • 15Elephant Retirement Park

    If you are planning to explore the Mae Tang district in Chiang Mai, make sure you pay a visit to the Elephant Retirement Park. Observe the beauty of the elephants as they roam through the mountains freely. Indulge in a great educational experience where you can get to know the natural behaviour of elephants at the Chiang Mai Elephant Camps as they live and thrive in their natural habitat in a protected environment.

    Guides also educated the tourists and visitors about elephant conservation, and their need to be protected. The Elephant Retirement Park does not allow the bathing or riding of the elephants and provides important and educational insight to the lifestyle of the elephants.

    Location: 5 Kotchasarn Rd Lane 5, Tambon Chang Khlan, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand.

    Timing: Monday to Sunday, from 8 am to 10 pm.

    Cost: THB 2080/ INR 4650.

  • 16 Elephant Rescue Park

    Experience first-hand, the rehabilitation of elephants who have been mistreated at the Elephant Rescue Park in the lush green valley of Chiang Mai. All animals at this elephant camp in Chiang Mai have been rescued from circuses, difficult environments and other forms of animal labour and abuse.

    Get a chance to witness the majesty and beauty of these animals up close as they roam in a safe and well-equipped park and thrive in nature. Indulge in various activities like petting and bathing the elephants as you make wonderful memories at the Elephant Rescue Park in Chiang Mai. 

    Location: 24 Ratchamakka Rd. | Phra Singh Subdistrict, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

    Timing: Monday to Sunday; 8 am to 10 pm.

    Cost: THB 2600/ INR 5800.



Doi Inthanon National Park

This place is a must-visit for adventure lovers. The park forms part of the Doi Inthanon mountain range, a part of the mighty Himalayas. There are many small and big peaks here with heights of about 865m to 2565m above sea level. Doi Intahnon is the tallest mountain in Thailand.

Highlights - The view from here is absolutely stunning. Take a trek through to the peaks, enjoy the early morning sunrise, waterfalls and don’t miss the Siamese sakura flowers in full bloom during the months of December & January. Main camp site, the tall summit, Two huge stupas (Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon & Nophamethanidon), Kaew Mae Pan Nature Trails, Bird-watching, large number of waterfalls and Brichinda Cave are the major highlights.

Location -
 Ban Luang, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai

Timings: 5:30am to 6:30pm

INR 650/THB 300

Wat Chedi Luang

Built during the rule of King Saen Muang Ma in the 15th Century, Wat Chedi Luang is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai. If you are a history buff or an architecture aficionado, you are going to love a short visit to this magnificent temple complex. Though the tests of time have diminished its original grace, the temple still stands imposing and impressive.

Due to its great religious significance among the locals, it is also visited in great numbers by devotees, especially at Visakha Buja. In addition to a unique style of architecture, an emerald image of Lord Buddha, a pillar and a gum tree are the focal points for tourists here.

Location: 103 Prapokkloa Rd, Tambon Si Phum, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai

Timings: 6 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: Free


Chiang Mai Night Safari

A must try activity while you are touring Chiang Mai, Night Safari is a delightful experience where you get to spot a wide range of nocturnal animals. In this activity, you board an enclosed tram at night and get close to rare species of animals. Spread across an area of 132 hectares, this nocturnal zoo in Chiang Mai is modelled after the concept of Singapore Zoo.

The park claims a collection of 1400 animals in total. Buffet dinner and Musical Fountain are just additional treats you can enjoy while you are here. If you are looking for Chiang Mai attractions that you can visit with your family, this nocturnal zoo in Chiang Mai is one of your best bets.

Location: 33 Moo 12, Tambon Nong Kwai, Amphoe Hang Dong, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 

Timings: 11 am to 10 pm

Entry Fee: INR 215/THB 100


The Tiger Kingdom

The Tiger Kingdom is a great combination of tourism with wildlife preservation. The preservation provides the opportunity to get up close and personal with several Indochinese tigers of varying ages and sizes that have been raised by hand in captivity since birth. The vicinity also boasts facilities to camp for the night with several amenities.

Things to Keep in Mind: Before entering the visitors are asked to leave the belongings outside in a locker, remove your shoes and wash hands.

  Rim Tai, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50180

8 am to 6 pm.

Price: Starts from INR 1530/THB 700

Flight of the Gibbon

Flight of the Gibbon, which had its first operation became wildly popular amongst travelers in Laos, now has expanded to include a spot in the jungles of Chonburi, an hour's drive from Bangkok. Billed as Thailand's premier zip line canopy tour, this adventure takes you deep into the jungles around the Chompoo Wildlife Sanctuary, where you travel above the forest floor from platform to platform via a series of ziplines suspended high in the air.

Trained Sky Ranger guides to ensure safety and leave you to soar amongst the treetops, with chances of spotting wild boar, macaques, barking deer, and hornbills. An exhilarating adrenaline-filled Timings is assured.

106 Village, No.3, Huai Kaeo, Mae On District, Chiang Mai 50130

Timings: 6 AM to11 PM.

Price: INR 7580/THB 3599


Sunday Walking Market

One of the liveliest tourist places in Chiang Mai where you can spend a pleasant evening with your family and friends, Rachadamnoen Road is the venue for Sunday Walking Street Market. For Shoppers, there are streetside stalls selling goods at cheap prices and air conditioned malls where you can buy branded products.

Though you can find a wide range of products here, handicrafts made from wood, paper, silk, metal, ceramic, and glass dominate the market. And for epicures, the market offers a variety of options in the form of streetside cafes, upscale restaurants, and even food stalls.

Before sunset, the market comes into motion and remains active till midnight, making for a perfect choice for a memorable Sunday evening.

Location: Rachadamnoen Road, Chiang Mai

Timings: 4 pm to midnight

Entry Fee: Free Entry


Art in Paradise Museum

Your search for the most fun places to visit in Chiang Mai ends at Art in Paradise Museum. The museum boasts of a large and impressive collection of 3D images and paintings creating fun moments for you and your family. When you pose in front of these paintings, it creates the illusion as if you are a part of the scene.

Thus, a photography session here is a must. The museum is divided into six themed zones: underwater world, wildlife area, dinosaur zone, surreal art, classic art, and ancient Egypt. For a memorable experience, visit and explore each of the zones.

Location: 199/9 Changklan Rd, Tambon Chang Khlan, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai

Timings: 9 am to 7 pm

Entry Fee: INR 650/THB 300


Wat Phra Singh

Buddhist temples are one of the major highlights of Thailand. Wat Phra Singh, located in the northern most island of Chiang Rai, is one of the oldest Buddhist temple of the island country. One of the main attractions of the temple, the gold-plated Pagoda is located right beneath the viharn in this temple.

Highlights - Constructed during as early as 1385, this temple, constructed in white and gold, contains the highly revered Phra Singh Buddha image in its sanctum sanctorum. With great decors, antique golden motifs in pure Thai Lanna style, the temple contains the ubosot, viharn and a chapel bearing the footmarks of Lord Buddha.

2 Samlarn Rd, Phra Sing, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai

- 6 am to 5 pm

 - Free


San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

Simply among the best places to visit in Chiang Mai where you can relax your tense muscles and prepare yourself for another day of exploration, San Kamphaeng Hot Springs is ideal for spending a day relaxing. The water springs feature a temperature of 105 degree Celsius.

The site has long pools where visitors can be seen dipping their feet and there are also separate pool for kids. And when you come out of the pool after a calming long dip, do not forget to try the food options available nearby serving local delicacies. To add more relaxation to the overall experience, visit one of the several massage parlours near the pools.

Location: Tambon Ban Sa Ha Khon, Amphoe Mae On, Chang Wat Chiang Mai

Timings: 7 am to 6 pm

Entry Fee: INR 217/THB 100


Bo Sang Umbrella Village

A stop at the Bo Sang Umbrella Village, gives you a chance to see a lot of beautiful painted Umbrellas and also Fans. Renowned for its wonderful handcrafted products and its magnificent natural surroundings, a visit to this place allows you to learn more about the traditional industries and culture of Thailand.

: Bo Sang Umbrella Village boasts a string of souvenir shops, showrooms and workshops, most devoted to the production of paper and bamboo umbrellas and parasols. However, prices aren't very reasonable.

Location: 1014, Tambon Ton Pao, Amphoe San Kamphaeng, Chang Wat Chiang Mai

Timings: 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM

Price: Entry is free


Huay Kaew Waterfall

The list of the most exquisite natural tourist places in Chiang Rai is incomplete without a mention of this piece of nature’s art – Huay Kaew Waterfall. Located in close proximity to Chiang Mai Zoo, this waterfall offers perfect space and atmosphere for rejuvenation and recreation.

The inviting views and the lovely ambience of this site attracts tourists and picnickers alike to come experience a state of pure relaxation while being surrounded by a pristine verdure. On a picnic here, you can not only admire the visual and auditory appeal of the waterfall, but also indulge in activities like hiking and photography. There are a few pools here with clean water where one can swim and bathe.

Location: Chang Phueak, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai

Timings: 8 am to 5 pm

Price: Free Entry


Kalare Night Market

One of those places in Chiang Mai that brim with a wealth of cultural experiences for visitors, Kalare Night Market is a perfect spot to experience the rich nightlife scene of the city. Lively with the presence of enthusiastic locals and foreigners, it is less hectic than its counterpart, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.

From jewelry and clothing to artworks and electronics, a wide array of products can be bought here. Additionally, an open food court and entertainment zone add to the appeal of the market, making it a haven for those looking for a fun evening in the city. While you are here, do not skip to catch a nightly traditional Thai dance performance.

Changklan Road, Chiang Mai

5 pm to Midnight

Entry Fee:
Free Entry


Thai Elephant Conservation Centre

Creating a peaceful and safe environment for Asian elephants to thrive, Thai Elephant Conservation Center is one of the best places to see in Chiang Mai. Offering the visitors an impressive selection of varied experiences that are both entertaining and educational in nature, this is the only elephant camp in Thailand that is owned by the government.

The camp houses more than 50 elephants that are looked after by mahouts and trained by experts. You will be surprised to know that elephants here can create music and paint, that you will get to see during the shows held every day. Those willing to spend more time with these elephants can book a stay at the conservation center.

Location: Wiang Tan, Lampang

Timings: 8 am to 3:30 pm

Entry Fee: Starts from INR 445/THB 200


Grand Canyon Chiang Mai

Developed in an abandoned limestone quarry, Grand Canyon is a waterpark in Chiang Mai, apt for kids and adults. Greatly loved by the locals, this waterpark is also counted as one of the most happening tourist places in Chiang Mai. Just wear the lifejacket and plunge into the water to swim to your heart’s content.

In addition to an inflatable obstacle course which is the major attraction here, the park features several slides, a short zipline, and wakeboarding experiences. And when you are done immersing yourself in the fun of splashes, you can spend some peaceful moments at the café and the restaurant located within the park.

Location: Nam Phrae, Chiang Mai

Timings: 9 am to 6:30 pm

Entry Fee: INR 1000/THB 450 Baht per person


Saturday Walking street market

Another exciting entry on the list of the best places to visit in Chiang Mai, Saturday Street Walking Market is best known for its bustling traditional bazaar scene with huge variety of products being sold at cheap prices. It doesn't matter whether you are a foodie, shopaholic, or somebody seeking a fun filled evening in Chiang Mai, Wui Lai Market, that turns into a street walking market on Saturdays is a spot loved by locals and tourists alike.

Silverware, aluminium sculptures, ornaments, clothing and, handicrafts – you can find it all here. To increase your hunger, you will find plenty of stalls and small eateries sending aromatic air in all directions. Ultimately, you can avail of Thai massage service within the market when all the exploration has tired your body.

Location: Wua Lai, Chiang Mai

Timings: 5 pm to 11 pm

Entry Fee: Free Entry


Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Any list of the most serene Chiang Mai tourist places is incomplete without a mention of Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden which is a blessing for nature lovers dwelling and visiting the city. Set in a valley amidst rainforests, the garden is a whiff of fresh air for locals and tourists. A visit to this garden is a learning experience where you get to know about a wide range of flora Thailand is blessed with.

You have the option to rent a motorbike if you are not in the mood to tour the place on foot. A 30 minute drive separates the garden from the city centre, and travelling to this site is a pleasant experience owing to the beautiful scenery en route.

Location: 9 Mae Raem, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai

Timings: 8:30 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: INR 220/THB 100

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