2. Praying to the Phra That doi suthep, a significant attraction in the area, is a popular tourist activity in Chiang Mai.
3. At the Thapae Walking Street, you may learn about the local culture while shopping for fashionable hand crafted goods.
4. Tourists can get a chance to enjoy adventure filled wildlife trips and treks.
2. Mae Kha Ning, or frost flower, is a magnificent phenomena that occurs in the early morning during the winter season when there is continual fog covering the mountain throughout the day.
3. Enjoy your Thailand trip with visits to the Mae Klang, Wachirathan, Mae Ya, Kew Mae Pan, Siriphum and Ang Ka trekking routes as well as the Mae Klang, Wachirathan, Suriphum and Mae Ya waterfalls.
Mae Hong Son Loop
2. A trip that starts and ends in famous Chiang Mai, will lead you to some of the most picturesque adventures you will ever see in Thailand.
3. Most people ride a rental motorcycle from Chiang Mai to complete the Mae Hong Son loop, but you may still use public transportation although it will take a bit longer.
4. The main draws of this excursion are quite common, with some hilltribe excursions, elephant rides, and white water rafting being the most common.
2. It is surely a popular place for history lovers who would get a chance to explore the historical and cultural attractions as well as get a glimpse of the art, music, and local cuisines.
3. The Wat Rong Khun, with its stunning white grandeur, and the Mungmuang Temple, one of Chiang Rai’s earliest temples, are the two major attractions in the province.
4. For all the nature lovers, the morning mist right when the sun rises at dawn will create an unforgettable image in the horizon.
5. The ‘13 Wild Boar Caves’ Event in Tham Luang-Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park is a must see for everyone interested in learning more about the caves of Thailands.
2. The wonderfully gorgeous landmark of Nan named Golden Buddha, also referred to as the Blessing Buddha provides fantastic panoramic views of Nan.
3. The Nan Riverside Art Gallery, near the banks of the said Nan River, serves as a major center promoting contemporary art in Thailand, where you may invest several hours of your day admiring the artwork of the various artists, all while relaxing and taking in the peaceful ambience.
2. It is sandwiched between 2 of the major National Parks of Thailand, the Doi Phu Nang and Mae Yom, which must be in your list of places to go in Northern Thailand.
3. Amid the Wat Sri Khom Kham is a gigantic monument erected of Buddha in an amazing sculpture garden with the ‘Dante style’ hell and heaven portrayals which will mesmerize you.
4. The Chai Kwan Road is lined with seafood restaurants, taverns and bars, although this does not detract from the lakeside town’s calm feel.
2. Phae Muang Phi, commonly referred as the ‘Forest City of Ghosts’ or ‘Spirit Grove’, is a holy woodland area in Phrae with numerous tales of tourists and visitors getting lost that will both thrill you and scare you.
3. The Vongbury Mansion Museum, a lovely two story teak villa with exhibitions of teak artifacts, ancient papers, pictures and many other teak royal treasures, is very well worth the trip.
4. If you are in Phrae, you simply cannot miss Wat Luang, a 12 century temple.
2. Lampang is also very much famous for its riverside charm, laid back atmosphere. and ancient buddhist temples.
3. In Lampang, you may relish a poolside feast of poached eggs with a dip of your entire body into the Chae Son Hot Spring.
4. The cavern in the Pha Thai Cave National Park seems to be approximately 9 million years old, making it a fantastic destination for history buffs.
5. Tour the Lampang Ceramic Museum with the help of knowledgeable guides and dine at the 60 year old diner serving local cuisine.
2. Get to explore a number of beautiful ancient stupas and places of worship that dates back to ages in the past.
3. Rent a bicycle and ride through all the alleys of the historical park and capture some aesthetic and symmetrical picture of the ancient ruins.
4. Wat Mahathat, which was designed to store treasures from the Buddha personally, is among Sukhothai’s finest memorable attractions.
5. If you travel in October or November, Loi Krathong, an event featuring fireworks, singing and dancing commemorating the regal capital’s glory days, is a must see.
2. If you are in Phitsanulok, do not miss the magnificent Phra Buddha Chinnarat at Wat Phra Si Mahathat Woramahawihan, Thailand’s finest exquisite Buddha sculpture which makes it one of the best places to visit in northern Thailand.
3. There are many other significant historical places in the Phitsanulok area, including the Wat Chulamanee, where valuable Buddhist treasures like the replica of Phra Phutthabat footprint, may be found.
4. For the nature lovers, the Chat Trakan Waterfall is going to win over all your hearts.