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Loy Krathong Festival in Chiang Mai

Loy Krathong, the festival of lights, is one of the major festival in Thailand, especially in Chiang Mai where the festival is merged with a Northern festival, Yee Peng.

Temples in Chiang Mai

More than 200 temples in the city, some of them huge and majestic, and some others small and hidden in the end an the invisible alley…

Markets in Chiang Mai

All the markets in Chiang Mai, from the flower market to the sunday walking market, through Warorot and the Night Bazaar…

Accomodation in Chiang Mai

Thai culture is extremely rich. Cooking schools, massage schools, jewelry schools, ... Treat yourself to an unforgettable experience…

Your stay in Chiang Mai

Places we love in Chiang Mai

  • Khunka Massage

    Khunka Massage offers professional masseurs and a contemporary decor that puts you in mind of a spa but costs around the price of a massage shop. Located in the center of town on Ratchadamnoen Road between the Glang Wiang (middle of the city) Crossing and the Phrasingh Police Station, Khunka Massage is a three-storey town house with little flowerpots and plants that create a relaxing…

  • Wat Phra Singh

    Wat Phra Singh On the corner of Singharat and Ratchadamnoen Rd road Wat Phra Singh was built inside the old city walls at a time when Chiang Mai was the capital of the northern Thai Lanna or Lan Na kingdom. The wat was originally built in 1345. It may have simply been a stupa erected by a king (and descendant of the great Mangrai) to honour his father. The stupa still stands, but most…

  • Chiang Mai Saloon Sports Bar & Grill - 1

    The Chiang Mai saloon is the ideal place in the city to have some fun along with some delicious western food. It is somewhat unique as compared to the other restaurants in Chiang Mai as it is decorated with rural wooden furniture, woodcarvings and other very interesting decorative pieces. These add to the charming ambience of dining. One of the busiest bars in the city, the Chiang Mai…