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Culture Tour (details) Chiang Mai is a city rich in history (Chiang Mai's 700th Anniversary was celebrated in 1996) with a distinct beauty and heritage of its own. Blending Burmese, Laotian and Indian cultures, the Lanna culture is unique. In addition to special dishes found only in the North, the people of Chiang Mai have their own dialect, their own customs and their own Lanna architecture, immediately recognizable on the ancient temples that can be seen everywhere in the city. (...)

Nature Tour (details) With an abundance of mountains, forests (cf.Western Road), valleys, waterfalls, caves, lakes and parks, Chiang Mai area abounds in natural attractions that are popular tourist destinations. In addition, if merely contemplating tourist attractions sometimes leaves you yawning, you can take part in elephant treks through the jungle or river rafting (...)

Shopping Tour (details) The many handicrafts that are part of Chiang Mai's history are famous with shoppers and importers around the world. Sah paper umbrellas, delicate ceramics and celadons, dazzling gems and jewellery, silverware of all sorts, lacquerware with intricate design, thai silk, woodcarvings, antiques and semi-antiques, furniture,... (...)

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  • Doi Suthep Route (details) A steep road meandering for 12 km (7.5 miles) up the flanks of the mountain ('Doi') leads to Doi Suthep - the beautiful and cool location of Wat Prathat and the Royal Winter palace west of Chiang Mai. On the way, the Kruba Srivichai Monument is a popular halting-place where you can pay your respects and perhaps say a prayer. After Doi Suthep, the road continues to climb through pine forest to Phuping Palace, a summer residence of the royal family, on Doi Buak Ha, 22 kms from town. 3Km from there you find the Meo tribal village of Doi Pui - which will give you vignettes of modern hilltribe life. 

    Northern Route (details) The Pong Yang Elephant Training Camp - where elephants demonstrate their formidable and highly valued forestry skills - is the main destination of a 30 km tour along the Mae Rim-Samoeng route, inside the Mae Sa Valley. Along the road are many tourist attractions like the Mae Sa Waterfalls (an eight level waterfall which occupies a tranquil setting amid gigantic trees) and the Mae Sa Butterfly Farm (where a large variety of beautiful butterflies are raised in a spacious garden; the farm also provides opportunities for visitors to admire plenty of exotic orchids). You have the option of stopping at the Chiang Mai Snake Farm to safely observe these dangerous reptiles.

    Western Route (details) A few kilometres from town on Highway 108 heading toward Hod - are located woodcarving and lacquerware shops. The shopping area - which also includes many ceramic, silver and bamboo crafts stores - continues until Km. 15. These shops provide you with the opportunity to observe woodcarvings and neo-antiques being made.
    58 kms southwest of Chiang Mai is the town of Chom Thong, home of the handsome
    Wat (Temple) Prathat Si Chom Thong, a popular temple with Thais and tourists alike.
    After Chom Thong, the road leads to
    Doi Inthanon National Park, a 1,005 square kilometre area which includes Thailand's highest mountain and areas of dense virgin rain forest.
    At the foot of the mountain you find the lovely
    Mae Klang Falls, Chiang Mai's most photographed waterfall.
    After a 45 minute drive, you have arrived at the highest point in Thailand, 2,595 meters (8,514 ft) above sea level. Located at the summit is a shrine to Chao Inthanon, a former prince of Chiang Mai. You can stop for the view, take a short nature walk through the rain forest and then go back down the mountain to Km. 41 where two remarkable chedi have been recently built to honour their Majesties King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit.

    Eastern Route (details) A 13 km stretch of the Chiang Mai-Sankampaeng road is lined by handicrafts factories and shops where you have the opportunity to observe the craftsmen and women at work and purchase their fine products.
    The famous Sankampaeng Hot Springs are just a 30 minute drive from Chiang Mai. The hot springs boil continously and emit a strong smell of sulphur. You can enjoy watching the thermal geysers rising inside the beautifuly landscaped flower gardens within the park area.

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