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Introduction of Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is Thailandís Principal Northern city. It is the second largest metropolis in the country, next to Bangkok. The word "Chiang" means walled city and "Mai" means new. This "new city" was created in the fertile valley through which runs the river "Ping".  Mountains surrounding Chiang Mai from lower extremities of Himalayan foothills and host several hill-tribes of Tibeto-Burman origin.

Geography of Chiang Mai

Situated between North latitude 17-21 and East longitude 98-99, the province of Chiang Mai is found in the upper area of Thailandís Northern region. The distance from Chiang Mai to Bangkok is 750 kilometres (468.75 miles). Chiang Mai valley is 310 metres (1027 feet) above sea level and its land covers 20107 square kilometers. The widest point of the province of Chiang Mai measures 136 kilometres (85 miles) and the longest 320 kilometres (200 miles)

Climate in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai has 3 seasons:

Cool Season, late October to end of February. Average temperature is 21 degree Celsius and colder at night. The coldest months are December and January.

Hot season, early March to the end of May. Average temperature is 29.9 degree Celsius. The hottest month is April.

Rainy Season, early June to the end of October. Average temperature is 25.5 degree Celsius. September is the month that it rains a lot.

History of Chiang Mai

The city of Chiang Mai was found in 1296 by King Mengrai, Prince of Chiangsaen. Chiang Mai became the capital of "Kingdom of Lanna" (Lanna means a million ricefields). In 1556, it was conquered by Burmese force and remained a Burmese Vassal State until 1775. At that time it was liberated by King Taksin of Siam (now Thailand) and it once became a Siamese dependency. From 1775 to 1938, Chiang Mai was ruled by Local Princes, as a vassal of the Kingdom of Siam. The last hereditary prince, Chao Kaew Navarath died in 1938 and had no successor. King Chulalongkorn (Rama 5) of Siam took over the administration of Chiang Mai. In 1949, Chiang Mai was officially recognized as one of the province in Thailand until now.
















Half day to Doi Suthep Temple / Meo Hilltribe Village

08.30 a.m. - 12.00 p.m. or 01.30 - 05.00 p.m.

THB 500 


Half day Elephant at  works / Orchid Farm

08.30 a.m. - 12.00 p.m. 

THB 700


Safari 1 Day : Elephant show & riding / Bamboo rafting / Lisu Hilltribe Village / Ox-cart riding and Orchid Farm + lunch              

08.30 a.m. - 04.30 p.m.

THB 1,200


Doi Inthanon National Park 1 Day : King & Queen Pagodas / Karen Village / 2 waterfalls + lunch                     

08.30 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.

THB 1,300


Long-neck Karen 1 Day : Chiang Dao Cave / Temple / Karen long-neck &  Orchid Farm + lunch 

07.45 a.m. - 07.00 p.m.

THB 1,200 


Home Industries : Visit Borsang and Sankamphaeng Districts


THB 200


Chiangrai 1 Day : Golden Triangle / Chiang Saen / Maesai / Hot Spring / Long-Neck Karen,Yao,Hmong, Lahu & Akha Hilltribe Village  + Lunch


THB 1,600


Chiangrai 1 Day : White Temple/ Blue Temple/ Black House/ Golden Triangle/ Long-Neck Karen,Yao,Hmong, Lahu & Akha Hilltribe Village  + Lunch


THB 1,400


Night tour : Khum Khantoke dinner and Northern Thai dancing & hilltribe shows

07.00 p.m. - 09.30 p.m.

THB 500


2 Days / 1 Night Trek 


THB 1,300


3 Days / 2 nights Trek


THB 1,500


Thai Cooking Class

10.a.m. - 04.00 p.m.

THB 990


Maeping Dinner Cruise


THB 600


Maeping River Cruise


THB 500


Night Safari                                                                                                    


THB 1,000


One Day Elephant + Zipline


THB 2,200


One Day Trekking Mae Wang + Lunch


THB 1,000


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