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Wat Rong Khun - White Temple
1. Wat Rong Khun - White Temple
Also known as the White Temple, War Rong Khun is built in the style of a Buddhist temple and is a privately owned art exhibit. The current owner, Chalermchai Kositpipat, also designed and constructed the building. It opened to visitors in 1997 and is located in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.
Doi Inthanon National Park
2. Doi Inthanon National Park
Visit Thailand’s highest point at Doi Inthanon National Park, above the mountains of Chiang Mai. Find tranquility at the beautiful cascades of the Sirithan and Wachiratharn waterfalls, and explore the Karen Tribe community at Sobhad Village.
Doi Suthep
3. Doi Suthep
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is a Theravada Buddhist temple to wow anyone who comes into its path. No visit to Chiang Mai is complete without a climb to the top, to admire the amazing mountain scenery. It is a sacred site to the Thai people, commissioned by King Kuena, ruler of the region from 1367-1388. It's also popular with photographers, thanks to its glistening pagodas, golden statues, holy shrines and murals.
Warorot Market (Kad Luang)
4. Warorot Market (Kad Luang)
Kad Luang, meaning 'Great Market' in the Northern Thai dialect, is the oldest and best-known market in Chiang Mai, having first opened up for business all the back in 1912! An absolute must for foodies, you'll find everything from fresh flowers and fruit to kitchen supplies and household products, but the main attraction is. undoubtedly the incredible array of prepared and packaged Northern Thai food inside the main buildings and Thai street food in the outside market section. If you're looking for a real taste of authentic Thai cuisine and culture, this is the place to go.
Wat Chedi Luang
5. Wat Chedi Luang
Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, Wat Chedi Luang is one of Chiang Mai's most important temples, located in the old walled part of the city. Wat Chedi Luang initially consisted of two other temples, until Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin were eventually merged into the one mighty temple we see today. Wat Chedi Luang means 'The Temple of the Great Stupa', and one look at its jaw-dropping architecture will give you a good idea where it gets its name from! The temple is considered one of the absolute must-sees for visitors to Chiang Mai.

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White Temple
Also known as the White Temple, War Rong Khun is built in the style of a Buddhist temple and is a privately owned art exhibit. The current owner, Chalermchai Kositpipat, also designed and constructed the building. It opened to visitors in 1997 and is located in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.
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From $49.00
Wachirathan Waterfall
Visit Thailand’s highest point at Doi Inthanon National Park, above the mountains of Chiang Mai. Find tranquility at the beautiful cascades of the Sirithan and Wachiratharn waterfalls, and explore the Karen Tribe community at Sobhad Village.
From $55.00
Kruba Srivichai Monument
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Doi Suthep

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is a Theravada Buddhist temple to wow anyone who comes into its path. No visit to Chiang Mai is complete without a climb to the top, to admire the amazing mountain scenery. It is a sacred site to the Thai people, commissioned by King Kuena, ruler of the region from 1367-1388. It's also popular with photographers, thanks to its glistening pagodas, golden statues, holy shrines and murals.
From $29.00
Ton Lamyai Flower Market
Kad Luang, meaning 'Great Market' in the Northern Thai dialect, is the oldest and best-known market in Chiang Mai, having first opened up for business all the back in 1912! An absolute must for foodies, you'll find everything from fresh flowers and fruit to kitchen supplies and household products, but the main attraction is. undoubtedly the incredible array of prepared and packaged Northern Thai food inside the main buildings and Thai street food in the outside market section. If you're looking for a real taste of authentic Thai cuisine and culture, this is the place to go.
From $15.00
Wat Chedi Luang
Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, Wat Chedi Luang is one of Chiang Mai's most important temples, located in the old walled part of the city. Wat Chedi Luang initially consisted of two other temples, until Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin were eventually merged into the one mighty temple we see today. Wat Chedi Luang means 'The Temple of the Great Stupa', and one look at its jaw-dropping architecture will give you a good idea where it gets its name from! The temple is considered one of the absolute must-sees for visitors to Chiang Mai.

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