Chiang Mai Zoo is the first and only zoo in Northern Thailand where visitors can encounter animals in their natural habitat.
The Night Safari is located at Doi Suthep – Pui National Park. The area covers 324 acres consisting of mixed deciduous and dry dipterocarp forest.
Tamed elephants have served Thai people for centuries whether in the battle, in ceremonial parades or transport. Nowadays it is difficult for elephants to survive in the wild. Hence, elephant camps were launched to protect, breed and nurture these animals.
Chiang Mai is famous for housing many elephant camps. This includes Mae Sa Elephant Camp, Mae Wang River Elephant Camp, Mae Taman Elephant Camp as well as Chiang Dao Elephant Camp.
Wat Chedi Luang, is an ancient temple that is famous for housing the precious object of Thailand, the Emerald Buddha.
Wat Chiang Man is a temple that is located at Chang Puak Gate. It was built by the very founder of Chiang Mai – King Mengrai – about seven centuries ago.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is a sacred temple in Thailand. It is located 15 kilometres off Chiang Mai.
This 14th century temple is perched on Suthep Mountain (Doi Suthep). The temple offers a breathtaking panorama of the city. Its soaring stairway is flanked by two exquisite handrails portraying multi-headed mythical crocodiles.
Wat Umong was built in the 14th century, at the foothill of Suthep Mountain. It has a unique criss-crossed maze of tunnels.