See Chiang Mai, Thailand's most beautiful city and the north of Thailand. Comfortable and economical with a friendly English speaking local Thai driver.

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  • See Chiang Mai, Thailand's most beautiful city and the north of Thailand. Comfortable and economical with a friendly English speaking local Thai driver. All tours are flexible. I will accommodate to make your day most memorable.
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Visit Doi (Mount) Suthep, guardian of Chinag Mai, and it's gorgeous Lanna-style Wat (temple) - the top Buddhist pilgrimage site in North of Thailand.
See an elephant show and ride one. Mingle with the Hmong people in their village. Observe waterfalls, orchids, butterflies - and even snakes, Tiger Kingdom, Long neck and Hilltribe village if you wish - on this full-day tour.
Spend easy day shopping in Sankamphaeng. See the most beautiful silk, ceramic, lacquer ware, gold, silver, hand painted umbrellas. Later in the day enjoy Muang On caves & beautiful contry side, a hot spring bath beautiful natual gardens and a traditional Thai massage to sooth your tense body and quiet your mind. Follow this with a dinner at fine local restaurant if you wish.
Ascend Thailand's highest peak, with 3 major waterfalls, twin pagodas, wonderful views. See nearly 400 species of birds, 75 species of mammals (including the Asian Black bear). Tour a Karen or Hmong village. Maybe does a bit of shopping on the way back.
South of Chiang Mai lie Lamphun and Lampang. Lamphun offers the fabulous Wat Haripunchai complex, founded in 1044. Lampang has Wat Prha That Lampang Luang, considered the finest temple in the North of Thailand. Enjoy Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center, with shows and rides, and a horse cart ride through downtown.
Spend a day shopping in the villages of Hang Dong, Baan Wan and Baan Tawai. The Shops in Hang Dong and Baan Wan feature ceramics and antiques. Baan Tawai is THE center for the most beautiful Thai native handcrafted furniture, art and unique items all at Costs you will not find any other place. Later in the day enjoy a hot spring bath beautiful natual gardens and a traditional Thai massage to sooth your tense body and quiet your mind.
2 and half hours ride will take you to a little-visited but gorgeous mountain/valley on the Burmese border, Doi Ang Khang - Thailand's "Little Switzerland". The Thai Army will welcome you to their observation points and serve good coffee. Visit the Lahu, Lisu and/or Hmong villages on the slopes.
Spend a day exploring a complex of caves that extends 9 miles into the mountain. Five caves - with awesome formations. There is a lovely temple near the entrance The area offers elephant and oxcart rides, gentle water rafting, Lisu native village (women with long stretch neck).
One long day will take you to Myanmar (Burma). Along the way enjoy a stop for refreshment and shopping. Then on to Wat Rong kun the beautiful white glass temple. Then across the border to explore the ancient culture and sites of Myanmar. Travel to see the famous golden triangle Thailand Myanmar and Laos. See the gold Buddha statue, opium museum, or take a long tail boat on the Meakong river.
Pai, a largely Shan (Chinese) town, is Northwest of Chiang Mai. It offers hot springs, nature preserve of animals and plants. Enjoys easy walking hike along the hills and green canyons. Relex at the waterfalls with swimming area. Visit the secluded Lahu and Lisu tribe villages. These are a peaceful people living in harmony with nature. Sleep in a quiet bungalow by the river ro on the hill and enjoy the incredible sunset and sunrise.
Capital of a 13th - 14th Century kingdom that included most of Southeast Asia, Old Sukhothai today consists of 21 areas of historic ruins, scattered throughout a beautifully-preserved World Heritage site. Nearby is Sre Satchanalai, another World Heritage site, with 13th - 15th Century ruins set amidst rolling hills. The Sukhothai style is considered the classic Thai style. You must click more infomation and see the pictures to appreciate the magnificance of this histopic place.
Mae Sa Long resembles a mountain village in China's Yunnan Province. Settled by the fleeing Chinese Nationalist Army, The village once thrived on opium but now focuses on herbs and tea. Visit the tea houses, factories, and plantations. Nearby are a "Long neck" village (see above) and other Hilltribe villages. Enjoy a cool evening at a humble hotel overlooking the tea plantations. Return trip will include the Golden Triangle tour (see above).
Two movies ("Volunteers" and "Air American") were shot in Mae Hong Son, a largely Shan town set amidst mountains and a lake, with Shan and Burmese wats (temple). On the way you will see Ob Luang Gorge - Thailand's Grand Canyon - and its teakwood forest. Nearby are " Long Neck" and other Hilltribe villages. The trip back will include the Pai tour (see above).
Chiang Mai City Tour : Enjoy an easy day filled with many options including temples, flower and fruit markets. Chiang Mai Zoo, Hill tribe Museum, History and Culture Museum (3 Kings), Shopping and more.
Sameong Day Trip : Start your day at the lovely Orchid Farm and Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden. You may choose to see the Elephant show and a waterfall before driving up through lush mountains to visit remote Hmong villages where you may wander among the locals for a unique cultural experience. Continue your drive through beatiful pachwork vegettable farms and rice fields to hot springs where you may enjoy a hot mineral soak before returning to Chiang Mai.
A peaceful, enchanting community enveloped by mountains and valleys full of natural beauty, fascinating Lanna Thai sites and Kwan Phayao, the largest fresh-water lake in the North of Thailand. The stunning scenery encompasses hilltop and lakeside temples, tall water falls amid natural surroundings, and the history, native culture and traditions of the Thai Lu people.
Enjoy a day trip full of wonderful choices. Travel through emerald green and golden rice fields where you activities may include hiking to waterfalls, bamboo rafting and elephant trekking in a remote natural area. Interact with karean hill tribe villagers observing their local culture away from more popular tourist attractions. You will also see the largest Buddha statue near Chiang Mai.
Tell me what you want to visit around Chiang Mai or elsewhere in North Thailand. For example, you might want to go to Phitsanulok, home of the Chinarat Buddha, Thailand's most revered Buddha (copied in several temples, including the Marble Temple in Bangkok) , and Thailand's finest folk museum. Or to the Khmer ruins of Isaan, from the same area and in the same style as angkor Wat. You imagine, and I will make it happen. Time... you decide... Costd to suit your budget.