Chiang Mai is a region of misty mountains and vibrant hill tribes, a playground for experienced explorers, a paradise for shoppers and a treat for explorers. On a trip to Chiang Mai, a curious traveller will extend his horizons through Thai massage and cooking lessons. Others would be bowled by a number of handicrafts and antiques. The wild child can find a lot of exciting nightlife, and the epicure will eat tasty food. Given its comparatively small scale, Chiang Mai sure does have it all.
Doi Suthep: It is among the most historically and culturally important sites in Thailand and is an incredible manifestation of the Lanna tradition, which dates back almost 700 years. As such, a huge number of Thais and aliens come to witness the peculiar magic of this holy spot.
Old City Temples: The old town of Chiang Mai is essentially a living museum. Its small streets are lined with magnificent temples, antique shops and historic houses, all enclosed by the decaying ancient walls and the moat. This is quite a small, compact area, so you can quickly get around on foot without getting bored of it, helping you to enjoy the comfortable environment and interesting scenery of the city.
Chiang Mai Night Safari: Designed after a similar attraction in Singapore, the Chiang Mai Night Safari features three wildlife zones – Savanna Safari, Predator Prowl, Jaguar Trail – which can be accessed either by tram or on foot. Enjoy a variety of events intended to keep you amused during your tour, from hand-feeding wild animals and petting tiger cubs to a laser lighting show and a 'dance' fountain.
Doi Inthanon National Park: Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain in Thailand, is 2.565 metres above sea level. Established as a refuge for a wide variety of animal species and possibly the best bird-watching location in Thailand, the park has about 362 different species, many of which are not present anywhere else in Thailand. Doi Inthanon is a popular destination not only because of its natural beauty, but also because of its historical importance.
The best time to visit Chiang Mai is from October to April. The weather during this time is mostly cool and friendly with a mild wind, that's why it's the peak tourism season. Another great time to visit Chiang Mai would be during the festivals when the city is at its sparkling best.
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