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Hotels Chiangmai Amora Tapae Hotel 22 Chaiyapoom Road, Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai 50300

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Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel 184 Chang Klan Road,
Chiang Mai 50100

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Imperial Mae Ping Hotel 153 Sridonchai Road,
Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai 50100
 
Attractions in Chiang Mai
 
  Wat Phra Singh

Intersection of Sam Lan and Rajadamnern Rd.
This beautiful temple, built in 1345 by King Pha Yu in order to keep the remains of King Kam Fu his father, is located in the heart of the city. A tall concrete-base with a wooden structure of the scriptural repository were designed to keep and protect sacred texts written on palm leaves and the delicate Saa paper known as mulberry paper. Moreover, Wat Phra Singh is one of Chiang Mai's center points of Songkran festivities on April 13-15 when people bathe the revered Phra Singh Buddha image, located in Lai Kham chapel where woodcarvings and northern-style murals have been found. The Lai Kham chapel is located behind the main chapel.

Wat Suan Dok


Opposites the Faculty of Dentistry on Suthep Rd.
In 1383, this exquisite temple was constructed in the pleasure gardens of Lana Royal Residence. Therefore, several white chedis, pagoda, contain ashes of Chiang Mai's former royal family. The 500-year-old bronze Buddha image, one of Thailand's largest metal images, is located in a secondary chapel.

Wat Chedi Luang


Phra Pok Klao Rd.
With an extensive pagoda, Wat Chedi Luang once housed the revered Emerald Buddha image now enshrined in Thailand's famous temple, Wat Phra Kaeo in Bangkok. Wat Chedi Luang, which means "big pagoda" in the northern dialect, was constructed in 1401 by King Muang Ma and the chedi was enlarged by King Tilo Garaj in 1454. The ruin pagoda, partially destroyed by the great earthquake in 1545, was renovated as its original in 1992. Also, a magnificent Naga staircase of the chapel's front porch is attractive.

Wat U-Mong


Off Suthep Rd.
A meaning of the temple's name is a temple in the cave. King Meng Rai built Wat U-Mong for a forest monk who wants to practice Buddhism and meditation in an isolated and peaceful area. Visitors can enjoy the ancient chedi, a forest surrounding, and an open zoo and may recognize those scenes from some Thai and Hollywood movies.

Wat Chiang Man


The temple is in the township of Chiang Mai. It is the oldest temple in Chiang Mai, older than the city of Chiang Mai itself. It is said that King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai, resided in this temple while directing the building of the new Lanna capital. The temple houses two sacred ancient Buddha images. The stupa in this temple imitates the stupa at Si Satchanalai.

Wat Pra Thart Doi Suthep

Suthep mountainous area beyond Hauy Keaw Rd.
With an exquisite location amongst the peaks of Suthep mountain, visitor can experience a spectacular panoramic view of the city of Chiang Mai and Ping river valley. The site was selected by sending an elephant to wander on the mountain. When the elephant found the spot, it circled three times, trumpeted, and knelt down where the temple is located. Nowadays, the temple is the symbol of Chiang Mai. Kru ba Sri Wichai built the road to the temple.

Wat Chedi Chet Yot (Wat Photharam Mahawihan)

The temple is located at Km. 4 on Chiang Mai-Fang Highway. Chedi Chet Yot literally means the seven spired stupa. The body of the structure is a cave-like rectangular hall. Inside the cave is a Buddha image, on the roof there are five stupa towers on square bases, each looks like the great at Bodh Gaya, India. The largest stupa is in the middle. Two more Chiang Saen stupas are on the front. This stupa was built under the command of King Tilokarat of Lanna, in about 1477 A.D. The first Sangkhayana (Buddhism Doctrines revision) in Thailand was held in this temple at that time.

Wat Ku Tao

The temple is in the township. The stupa was built in the year 1613 in the shape of five gourds to represent five Lord Buddhas.

Chiang Mai National Museum

The museum is located close to Wat Chedi Chet Yot. It is small but well maintained. The museum has many rare collections of Buddha heads, images and artifacts from many periods. It also has collections of howdahs, coffin covers, displays of hill tribe custumes, northern-style household gadgets and two ancient kilns.

Old Chiang Mai Cultural center

The center is on Wualai road in the southern part of the city. The center is a complex of northern style houses with comprehensive exhibitions of folk crafts and antiques. Also on show is a hill tribe village way of life. In the evenings, the center holds the traditional "KHANTOKE" dinner for visitors. At Khantoke dinner guests and hosts sit on mats on the floor around a round table and are served a northern meal of sticky rice, Kang Hung Le, Sai Ua and some side dishes. They share the same dishes, eating with their fingers. Entertainment is generally provided in the form of different northern Thai classical dances during the dinner.

Wiang Khum Khan


The ruins of this former Mon city is located about 5km south of Chiang Mai.The city was established around the 12th and 13th centuries, before being abandoned in the 18th century. Archaeologists have been painstakingly uncovering the past of this site, which covers about 9 sq km and contains the ruins of more than 20 wats.
The most complete of all the ruins is that of  Wat Chang Kham, or as it was known in the Mon language, Wat Kan Thom. The most notable of the ruins is the Wat Chedi Si Liam, a stepped-pyramid which shows the distinct and unique style of Mon architecture.
The most important discovery by archaeologists was an inscribed stone slab, which has cast doubts over the previous assumption that the Thai script was compiled by King Ramkamhaeng.

Chiang Mai Zoological Park


Is located near Chiang Mai University. The zoo is the largest zoo in Thailand. It contains over 500 animals housed in pens set among the attractive landscaped grounds.
Just before the entrance to the zoo in Huay Kaeo Arboretum is an attractively landscaped garden which has many kinds of trees and flowers. Not far from here is the delightful Huay Kaew Falls which is an ideal place for picnics.
 

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Airport Resident
Amora Tapae Hotel
Angkhang Nature Resort
Aomdoi Resort
Arun Tara Hotel
Assaradevi Villa and Spa
At Niman
At Pingnakorn Hotel
Away Suwansawan Maerim
Ayatana Hamlet and Spa
B2 Premier Chiangmai Resort & Spa
Baan Canna Country Resortl
Baan Deva Montra Boutique Resort
Baan Gong Kham
Baan Saen Doi Resort & Spa
Baan Sing Kham
Ban Sabai Village Resort & Spa
Bann Tazala Boutique Hotel
Banthai Village
Belle Villa Resort
Bodhi Serene
Bossotel Inn
Botanic Resort
BP Chiang Mai City Hotel
Bulun Buri Resort
Buri Gallery House
Butterfly
C H Hotel
Centara Duangtawan Hotel
Chateau Chiangmai Hotel
Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel
Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel
Chiangmai Garden Hotel & Resort
Chiangmai Gate Hotel
Chiangmai Grandview Hotel
Chiangmai Hills 2000 Hotel
Chiangmai Phucome Hotel
Chiangmai Ratanakosin Hotel
Chiangmai Suandok Kaew Hotel
De Naga
Doi Kham Resort
Down Town Inn
Dreamcatchers Bed & Breakfast
DusitD2 Hotel Chiang Mai
Empress Hotel
Eurana Boutique Hotel
Fern Paradise
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
Fondcome Village Resort
Golden Cupids Hotel
Green Lake Resort
Hmong Hilltribe Lodge
Holiday Garden Hotel
Holiday Inn
Horizon Village
HUB53 Chiang Mai House
Imm Hotel Thaphae Chiang Mai
Imperial Chiang Mai Sports Clubs
Imperial Mae Ping Hotel
INSDA Luxery Private House
Jasmine Hills Lodge
Jirung Health Resort
Kantary Hills
Kaomai Lanna Resort
Khocha Sri Thani Chiang Mai
Kireethara Boutique Resort
Krisdadoi Chiangmai
Khum Phaya Resort & Spa
Lanna Mantra Relais
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel
Lanna Resort
Lanna View Hotel & Resort
Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel
Mae Rim Lagoon Hotel
Mae Sa Valley
Maekok River Village Resort
Manathai Village
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi
Maninarakorn Hotel
Marisa Resort & Spa
Montrara Happy House Hotel
Muang Gudi Lodge
Natural Wellness Resort
Na Thapae Hotel
Navasoung Resort
Noble Place
Oasis Hotel
Panviman Chiangmai Resort & Spa
Park Hotel
Phu Jaya Mini Resort
Plumeria Home
Pornping Tower
Portico 21
Proud Phu Fah
Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique
Rachamankha
Rainforest & Pornpiroon Hotel
Raming Lodge Hotel & Spa
Rarinjinda Wellness Spa Resort
Ratilanna Riverside Spa Resort
Rawee Waree Resort & Spa
Rimping Village
Royal Guest House
Royal Lanna Hotel
Royal Orchid Park
Royal Panerai Hotel
Royal Peninsula Hotel
Royal Princess Chiang Mai
Ruen Come In
Saimoonburi Resort
Scorpion Tailed Boat Village
Shewe Wana Boutique Resort Spa
Sinthana Resort
Sirilanna
Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa
Sri-Ping Resort
Star Hotel
Studio 99 Serviced Apartments
Suan Bua Resort & Spa
Sukantara Cascade Resort
Suriwongse Hotel
Tamarind Village
Taraburi Resort & Spa
Tarin Hotel
The Airport Greenery
The Amata Lanna Chiangmai
The Chedi Chiang Mai
The Dome Residence
The Eurasia Chiangmai Hotel
The Grand Napat
The International Hotel
The Karinthip Village
The Nest Chiangmai
The Rim Resort Chiang Mai
The Small Hotel
Tianna Garden Village
Touch Star Resort Inthanon
Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House
U Chiang Mai
Veranda Chiangmai High Resort
View Doi Art & Resort
Winner Inn Hotel
Yaang Come Village
Yesterday The Village
 

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