Doi Suthep Temple

Doi Suthep Temple the jewel of Chiang Mai Overlooking the city of Chiang Mai, the 5,283-foot mountain called Doi Suthep is part of the twin-peaked Doi Suthep-Doi Pui National Park. There was no proper road up the mountain until the mid-1930’s, when a monk named Phra Khruba Srivichai initiated the construction of one, mainly with Read More …

Hmong Village

Doi Pui Hmong Village is a part of Doi Suthep-Pui National Park Within Doi Pui area, there’s the Hmong Tribal Village. Doi Pui Hmong village is about 4 kilometers away from Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. It offers an insight into how Thailand’s tribes live. The villagers wear traditional Hmong clothes, sell traditional Hmong handicrafts, and Read More …

Inthanon National Park

A lovely day at Inthanon National Park Inthanon National Park is the highest mountain  of Thailand, 2776 metres above sea level. Doi Inthanon forms the watershed between the Ping River to the east and the Chaem River to the west, both of which eventually feed the Chao Phraya River, which supplies water to rice farms Read More …

Khun Wang Royal Project

Khun Wang Royal Project or Chiang Mai Royal Agricultural Research Centre Khun Wang Royal Project is a popular route of interested because it runs past important landmarks of Chiang Mai. The country’s highest peak, Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai, has many charms hidden in the embrace of its remote valley. The road leading Read More …

Phra That Doi Kham Temple

Phra That Doi Kham Temple is a lovely temple with magnificent views Phra That Doi Kham Temple is a beautiful temple situated on a lush mountainside near Chiang Mai Town. ‘Wat Phra That’ refers to the fact that this temple houses relics of the Buddha, and ‘Doi Kham’ means ‘Golden Mountain’. The sacred temple was Read More …

Bua Tong Sticky Waterfall

Bua Tong Sticky Waterfall the Jewel of Chiang Mai The Bua Tong Sticky Waterfall is located about 60 km north of Chiang Mai City, in the Sri Lanna National Park. Not too many people know about this waterfall, because it’s off the well-worn tourist track. Chiang Mai is surrounded by places, where nature works its Read More …

Mokfa Waterfall

Mokfa waterfall is very picturesque waterfall Mokfa waterfall is one-level waterfall located in the area of Doi Suthep – Pui National Park on the Mae Malai – Pai road. Mokfa waterfall is surrounded with lush green trees, is full of water all year round. Within the same area there are also the Mokfa caves (Bat Read More …