Things to do in Chiang Mai update 2019, Best things to do in Chiang Mai. While they are the best newly opened places to visit in Chiang Mai. the following are the list of them.
Giant King Kong, Huai Tung Tao
Visit the atmosphere of wide rice fields near Chiang Mai. In addition, take pictures with Giant King Kong Straw Puppet At Huai Tung Tao Reservoir Which is the resting place of Chiang Mai people that creates excitement and attracts tourists to take pictures of Giant King Kong Straw Puppet. At the same time, watch the atmosphere of green fields with mountains in the background.
Moreover, there is a bamboo bridge stretching in the middle of the rice field. There is also a hut in the middle of the rice field. Which is also open as an accommodation
This is a very exotic accommodation for Thailand. While the accommodation shape is Bubble. In addition, the outdoor translucent giant ball that will allow you to experience sleeping in the stars in nature. It is also a photo corner that looks beautiful as well.
Especially for couples as well. It can be said that it is the most romantic place with lights and stars at night that will add more beautiful memories to you for this trip.
Ice Sculpture Direct delivery from Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China, for Thais to experience the extreme cold with a negative temperature 8-15 degrees above 2,000 square meters.
At the same time, there are many different forms of carved ice Which combine Thai and Chinese culture together Whether the Great Wall of China, temples, pagodas, giants, etc. Guaranteed that you have never seen anywhere before in the world. Because it’s designed for the only Chiang Mai Ice Carving Show.
I love flower Farm
In the area 8 Rai Flower Garden in full bloom with a variety of flowers. Both white Cutter flowers, Bright purple lavender flowers, and purple Makaret flowers. While the entrance fee very cheap for Thai people, only 70 baht, plus a welcome set of 1 set of herbal juice or fruit juices and local desserts.
At the same time, the park, therefore, limits the number of tourists to no more than 200 people per day.
Dinosaur Adventure in Chiang Mai at The Hidden Village. In addition, Hidden Village divided into 5 zones, including giant insect forest, animal village. Dinosaur town, playground, and restaurant.
At the same time, It is a peaceful but living tourist attraction. The area decorated like a fantasy world of dinosaurs. As soon as you arrive at the place, you should see a series of dinosaur statues around you, all of which you can take photos with.
Chiang Mai Temples. Recommended temples in Chiang Mai such as Silver temple Chiang Mai, Wat Chiang Man, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh, etc. 12 beautiful Chiang Mai temples as follows
Phan On Temple
Located at Ratchadamnoen Road, Phra Sing Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. Phan On Temple built around the year. B.E. 2044
Things to do: Pay homage to Luang Pho Phra Buddha Chinnarat and Luang Pho Phra Mongkhon Mahamuni.
Located on Phra Pok Klao Road, Phra Sing Subdistrict, Muang District, while inside this temple has a beautiful temple and the most complete. In addition, the building is entirely teak wood, built according to Chiang Saen art.
Things to do: Visit the pulpit which a raised platform that is over a hundred years old
Chedi Luang Temple
Wat Chedi Luang Worawihan or Chotikaram Temple is the largest enshrined place in Chiang Mai. Located in the city center at Phra Pok Klao Road Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province It is assumed that this temple should be built in the year. B.E. 1928
Things to do: Chedi Luang Vihara And the Naga ladder The temple arch, which the most beautiful Naga of the north
Sri Suphan Temple
Located in Wua Lai Road, Haiya Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province This temple considered the oldest temple of Chiang Mai. Which built-in the year. B.E. 2043. The outstanding thing of this temple is at the house the temple. Which built up of silver and tin metal. In addition, it is the world’s first silver chapel as well.
Things to do: Visit the world’s first silver chapel
Wat Chiang Man
Located at Ratchaphakhinai Road, Muang District is the oldest temple in Chiang Mai city. Which existed since the beginning of the construction of the city. Inside the front hall has a stone inscription of Wat Chiang Man. At the same time inscribe the story of the creation of Chiang Mai. And the history of this temple.
Things to do: Visit the inscription stone of Chiang Man Temple and Chang Lom Pagoda
Wat Phra Singh
Located in the area of Chiang Mai moat, Sam Lan Road, Phra Sing Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. Phra Singh Temple is an important temple of Chiang Mai city. At the same time, enshrined Phra Singh Sacred Buddha statue in Chiang Mai and Lanna land
Things to do: Pay homage to Phra Buddha Si Hing
Wat Umong (Suan Phutthatham) located in the west of Chiang Mai. And located at the foot of Doi Suthep, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province It was built in the year. B.E. 1839, which is now over 700 years old. This temple was built as a tunnel for use in meditation. In addition, the internal walls have a passage through each other. There are also ancient wall paintings in the tunnel.
Things to do: Visit the beautiful tunnel which covered with moss
Suan Dok Temple
Suan Dok Temple located on Suthep Road, Suthep Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai. This temple is an important royal temple in Chiang Mai which is not far from the city gate. In addition, built with beautiful Lanna architecture.
On the other hand, not only the beautiful architecture attracts tourists to pay respect, but this temple is also the center of the spread of important Buddhism in Chiang Mai as well.
Things to do: Visit the beautiful Lanna architecture of the temple
Wat Chet Yot
Wat Chet Yot is a royal temple. Located at Chang Phueak Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. It assumed that it built during the 8-12th century by an Indian craftsman. In addition, it resembles a Bodh Gaya pagoda in India.
Things to do: View important historic sites. Chedi Yot temple is hundreds of years old.
Lok Molee Temple
Wat Lok Molee is one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai. Over five hundred years old Which built in the Lanna Kingdom period. Located in the north of Chiang Mai city. Which on Maniporn Road, Si Phum Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. Moreover, the highlight of this temple the stained glass decoration. Which creates colorful colors on the temple roof with a black tone floor. This black floor helps to drive the red, white, blue, green and yellow glass to sparkle.
Things to do: Visit the beautifully decorated royal temple.
Located at Tha Phae Road, Chang Khlan Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. The outstanding feature of the temple is a small temple that still maintains its ancient style. At the same time, inside is a 400-year-old bronze Buddha statue, and one pair of Chiang Saen Buddha statues are cast in bronze. Inside the Montien Dharma Hall houses a 400-year-old teak Buddha statue.
Things to do: Visit the temple and pay homage to ancient Buddha images.
Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, Ratchaworawihan located in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. The temple has an altitude of 689 meters from the plains of Chiang Mai and 1,046 meters above sea level. It is one of the most important temples in Chiang Mai. In addition, construction according to Lanna art style. At the same time, it is an important temple in terms of history and is a tourist attraction. Which is well-known among Thais and foreigners In addition, it is one of the most sacred temples in Thailand.
Places to visit in Thailand update 2019. There are Thailand tourist attractions newly open. Recommended Skywalk Bangkok, Legend Siam Pattaya. Moreover, the new landmark in Phuket and the canopy walkway in Chiang Mai as well. as follows
MahaNakhon Skywalk is the highest observation deck in Thailand. At the same time, it is the highest rooftop bar in Thailand. In addition, this is a glass sky floor. Ranked the largest in the world Which also has the highest speed elevator in Thailand Soar from Level 1 to Level 74 in 50 seconds with a large animation screen.
The 78th floor is the highest outdoor observation deck in Thailand. Up to 314 meters above the ground level. At the same time, it is the location of the largest glass tray in the world. In addition, this floor is also home to the highest Rooftop Bar in Thailand.
Mahanakhon Skywalk, King Power Mahanakhon Building is located on Narathiwatratchanakharin Road, Silom Subdistrict, Bang Rak District, Bangkok. Open from 10.00-24.00 hrs. (Last admission time is 23.00 hrs.) Travel by BTS Chong Nonsi Station Exit 3
Flower Land Pattaya brings together exotic flowers and perennial plants. Such as hydrangeas, cyclamen, thousand-year roses, orchids, and petunias at a large dome. The tropical flowers are planted outside. Flower Land Pattaya is divided into 6 zones as follows
1. Himmapan Dome Himmapan Forest Zone The land that connects humans and heaven. 2. Eden Dome Variety of temperate flowers In the Garden of Eden concept. 3. Inthanon Dome Appreciate the beauty of a thousand-year-old rose. Temperate rain forest Cloundflorest) and various winter plants that are unique to the peak of Doi Luang Inthanon. 4. Magic Tree Travel to the Mon Phaka room in 3D format blooms garden and Mala waterfall with a height of more than 5 meters. 5. Ocean Park Spherical aquarium That allows viewing of sea creatures and fish. Angel Marine Fish swims through a 360-degree view. 6. Ocean Flowers Experience the beauty of the Budsaban mountain. Created as a miracle 3D image with a tunnel blooms under the sea.
Canopy Walkway, The Canopy Walks in the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province. This considered the longest walking path in Thailand While a distance of more than 400 meters, an altitude of more than 20 meters and an altitude of 800 meters above sea level.
The Canopy Walkway designed to be in perfect harmony with nature. The walkway is a Hot Dip Galvanized steel structure. The walkway is a steel floor. There is a steel barrier at a height of almost 1 meter for safety. At the same time, some distances are clear glass floors. Which allows seeing the scenery below In addition, and the picture above the treetops while being a 360-degree panoramic view as well
Canopy Walkway is located at Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Open daily from 08.30 – 16.30 hrs.
“Thalang Maneekram”, the largest new lifestyle mall in southern Thailand. This place combines authentic Thai art and culture in an area of over 76,890 square meters. With traditional Thai architecture combined with the art of architecture in the form of 4 traditional. Thai houses are unique to local Thai houses. In addition, this is a new tourist attraction And is a landmark of the south as well.
Meanwhile “Thalang Maneekram” ready to support tourists in terms of food decks And excellent beverages that are hard to find. And also collected in the concept of Street Food from all parts of Thailand
Legend Siam, a cultural theme park (Thai Cultural Theme Park) under the concept The Legend of Siam. Reflects the lifestyle, art, and tradition of Thai people of all ages. From the past to the present consisting of 3 main zones
Siam Vilized Zone
-Town Square, In the civilization theme of Siam Through contemporary Thai architecture Magnificent -Thai Machine, The simulators machine that will take us back in time to look at the path of beliefs and faith of Thai people Mixed with fashion That represents the Thai.
Thai Araya Zone
– Temple fair zone – Baan Mae Nak, experience the hallucinations With the legend of immortal love in the form of a haunted house – 3D Cathedral model of Phra Sri Sanphet Temple in the reign of King U Thong By presenting via 3D Mapping Projection -floating market – Legend Siam Market Among the 4 traditional Thai houses, each of which has folk cultural performances
Phum Land zone
– Legend of the brave Bang Rachan – Agro-Thai Way Farming – Thai Legend of White Elephant – Nang Phaya Nakini Sripathumavisuthidevi
Legend Siam is located on the main Sukhumvit Road, Km. 162, Na Chom Thian Subdistrict, Sattahip District, Chonburi Province. Open daily 10.30 – 20.00 hrs.