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Chiang Mai


The ancient city of Chiang Mai is the ideal destination to discover rural Thailand. Surrounded by countryside and jungle-cloaked mountains Chiang Mai has more of a sleepy, town-like feel than the hustle and bustle of Thailand’s busier destinations.

Despite it being popular amongst tourists, Chiang Mai offers enough space and attractions to avoid the crowds. As well as being home to an array of elaborate Buddhist Temples, the city is also a great place to explore thriving markets and colourful night bazaars.

Chiang Mai is also a superb destination for nature lovers, with a host of wild and wonderful attractions, while thrill-seekers are also well catered for with an endless list of activities to experience.

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The Small Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£79
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Sitting in the heart of downtown Chiang Mai, the fabulous Small hotel is a superb base from which to discover the enchanting sights and sounds on offer in this alluring city. Blending traditional Thai influences with contemporary designs, the boutique...


Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£99
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Situated in the heart of Chiang Mai, close to the famous night bazaar, Duangtawan Hotel is in the perfect spot to explore this laid-back city. Featuring a fabulous list of facilities, including an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre and spa, it’s got...


Mercure Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£99
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Located close to the walled city centre, and surrounded by convenient shops and restaurants, Mercure Chiang Mai is a popular choice. Featuring contemporary rooms and an all-day restaurant, it’s got everything required for a comfortable holiday base....


Dusit Princess Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£99
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Enjoying a prime position in Thailand’s northern capital, Dusit Princess Chiang Mai offers an excellent choice for travellers visiting on a budget. Featuring a swimming pool, two restaurants and an abundance of warm, Thai-style hospitality, the hotel...


Kantary Hills

Chiang Mai

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£119
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Stylish Kantary Hills offers a superb selection of serviced suites and apartments in the heart of Chiang Mai. If you prefer the comfort of self-catering while you holiday, this is the ideal choice, with elegant accommodation fully-fitted with kitchen...


Khum Phaya Resort and Spa Centara Boutique Collection

Chiang Mai

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£119
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Centara’s Khum Phaya Resort and Spa offers a haven of tranquillity amidst the excitement of bustling Chiang Mai. Designed using stunning traditional Lanna techniques with intricate carvings in elegant teak wood, the hotel boasts the best of Northern...


Dusit D2 Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£149
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Chic, sophisticated and contemporary, the Dusit D2 Chiang Mai is a stylish base for a visit to this historic city. Start your day of exploring with a delicious breakfast at Café Soi, and end it with a relaxing cocktail by the pool. Each of the modern...


Akyra Manor Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£239
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Akyra Manor is Chiang Mai’s hippest boutique hotel, featuring oversized suites and a fabulous rooftop cocktail bar. This is a place to see and be seen, offering a trendy, artsy vibe that’s popular with tourists and locals alike. The dining is...


Le Meridien Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£239
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Embrace the charm and culture of Chiang Mai with an unforgettable stay at the fabulous 5-star Le Meridien. The ideal base from where to explore this alluring city, the stylish hotel is the perfect choice for sophisticated relaxation, with impressive...


Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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£249
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Discover the cultural wonders of the ancient Thai city of Chiang Mai with an enchanting escape at the sublime Shangri-La Hotel. Sitting in the bustling centre of this culturally-rich destination, the elegant hotel is an ideal base from which to explore...


Anantara Chiang Mai Resort

Chiang Mai

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£259
Based on 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
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Resting on the tranquil banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort offers a beautiful retreat, a short walk from the Night Bazaar. An ideal choice for those who love to shop, but also want to relax, there’s a stunning list of facilities...


Things to do


Nature lovers can enjoy some quality time amongst the gentle giants at the Elephant Nature Park, where the inhabitants have been rescued from logging camps and tourist shows. Here you can help bathe the incredible creatures, as well as watch delighted calves playing in the mud. Observe in amazement the care and compassion that these mammals show for each other within the herd and tick this memorable experience off your bucket list.

You can also connect with nature at the Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls and witness the amazing phenomenon that allows you to grip the rocks and climb smoothly up the face of the falls. This is a result of a high level of calcium in the water and provides a perfect paradise in which to cool off, essential in the balmy climate of Thailand.

If you’re feeling active, scale the 306-step journey up to the Buddhist temple of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Arguably the most famous temple in the area, two bejewelled serpents flank the length of the staircase and the temple itself looks out from a hilltop throne across stunning views of the city.

For an authentic experience that will allow you to explore like a local, Talat Warorot is a must-see. Chiang Mai’s oldest public market teems with everything from essential everyday items, to the quirkiest souvenirs. This also leads on to an impressive flower market where you can try your luck haggling with sellers or simply take in the splendid sights before you.

If you’re seeking a cultural experience, the impressive Lanna Folklife Museum, documenting the ‘Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields’ that dominated northern Thailand centuries ago, is an ideal place to visit. Here you can enrich your historical knowledge and survey life-size recreations of ancient villages, as well as learn about local pastimes and pottery.

When you’ve worked up a thirst with all of your exploring, why not head to the Riverside Bar and Restaurant? This curious watering hole started out as a shack on the side of the Ping River over 30 years ago and now plays host to live music, craft beers and a huge selection of cocktails.

Weather


Chiang Mai enjoys a tropical climate like the rest of Thailand, where temperatures range from the low 20s to mid-30s. Chiang Mai sees most of its rainfall between the months of June to September, and the hottest month of the year tends to be April. The ideal time to visit the city is in December, when the daily hours of sunshine are at their highest, and temperatures average around 20°C.

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