Chiang Mai Attractions

Bhubing Palace

Bhubing Palace is located on the same road, 4 kilometres beyond Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, on Doi Buak Ha. The royal winter palace was built in 1961. The...

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Chiang Mai National Museum

Located on the Chiang Mai-Lampang Super Highway near Wat Chet Yot, the museum has been designated by the Fine Arts Department as a regional center for educat...

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Wat Buppharam

The temple is located on Tha Phae Road, Muang District. Interesting attractions include the chedi constructed in the Burmese architectural style, the ca...

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Wat Pa Pao

Wat Pa Pao is located on Mani Nopharat Road. It is the first Ngeaw (a minority group) temple in Chiang Mai where a Poi Sang Long Procession is held ever...

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Wat Phratat Doi Kham

Wat Phrathat Doi Kam is located in Mae Hia District. It was abandoned in 1966. Later many ancient images of the Lord Buddha were discovered so the villagers...

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Hill Tribe Museum

Heading north out of Chiang Mai on Route 107, or Chotana Road, to Mae Rim, you will come to Rama IX Lanna Park. In this specious park can be found the H...

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Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

This temple is one of the most famous Buddhist shrines in the region. A visit is a must for all Buddhists who come to Chiang Mai. Legend has it that an...

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Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn

Wat Phra Singh, located on Sam Lan Road, houses the revered Phra Phutthasihing Buddha image cast in Subduing Mara. The Buddha image is now enshrined in...

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Wat Umong

No one knows the origin of this jungle temple. Some say it was founded in the time of King Mengrai. Be that as it may, it was deserted for many years an...

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