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Chiang Mai: Local Food and Markets Guided Walking Tour

1. Chiang Mai: Local Food and Markets Guided Walking Tour

Ever wanted to spontaneously book a tour on the same day you take it? This short walking tour around Chiang Mai’s foodie streets will have you discover some of the city’s most delicious local eateries in just two hours! You can also choose from multiple start times for a time that suits you. Meet up with your friendly TripGuru at the Chansom Memorial Bridge, locally known as “Khua Khaek”, to begin the walking tour. The first stop is Lung Khajohn Wat Ket, which is known for serving up sweet steamed rice skin dumplings that are usually stuffed with peanuts. Sample this sweet snack known as Khao Kriab Pako Moh before passing through the colorful Ton Lamyai Flower Market. Then you’ll head to Go Neng to taste a Chinese specialty of oddly-shaped deep-fried dough. (Some have said the buns look like dinosaurs!) Pa tong go, as it’s called, is one of the most popular snacks with the locals. After trying the delicious dough sticks, head to Warorot Market – a famous market where you can find delicious snacks, produce, clothes, and more. For a sweet treat, you’ll hunt down one particular stall that sells the famous Thai mango sticky rice. We’ll finish with a savory dish at our last stop,Thana Ocha. Dive into their famous Hakka-style noodles with Hakka stuffed tofu, fish sausage and wontons. End the day with a satisfied stomach full of delicious Thai dishes and delicacies. Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint. Possible Food Tasting Choices (at own expense): Hakka-style noodle, Sticky Rice with Mango, Pa Thong Ko (deep-fried dough sticks), or Khao Kriab Pak Moh (steamed rice skin dumplings)

Chiang Mai Food Tour with 15+ Tastings

2. Chiang Mai Food Tour with 15+ Tastings

Feast on over 15 tastings with a food tour around the street eats and markets of Chiang Mai, hopping from spot to spot on a private songthaew truck. Your passionate foodie guide will help you to learn about the ingredients that go into Northern Thai cuisine, tasting lots of different delicacies from this food-obsessed region. Prepare to drool over crispy pork belly cooked in claypots, and street food joints for locals-in-the-know. Visit the market and refresh your tastebuds over lemongrass-stuffed sai oua sausages, and delicious snacks and more bursting with flavour. Gorge on Shan specialities and zingy larb salad, among more than a dozen tastings you'd struggle to find alone. We share our friendly local hospitality, and you'll meet new friends along the way. End the tour armed with the knowledge you'll need to continue eating street food across Thailand.

Chiang Mai: Private Tuk Tuk Tour of City Temples With Pickup

3. Chiang Mai: Private Tuk Tuk Tour of City Temples With Pickup

Explore Chiang Mai’s more popular temples with a Tuk Tuk and take a stroll through the eclectic and colorful Warorot Street Market in this half-day tour. The first stop will be Wat Chedi Luang. Known as the “Temple of the Big Stupa”, this 700+-year-old temple, famous for its Lanna-inspired designs, was once the home of the much-revered Emerald Buddha statue. Take a visit there today and you'll see a replica version which was a donation from the Thai king.  Pass by the 3 Kings Monument, a shrine named after the three founders of Chiang Mai, before moving on to Wat Phra Singh temple. One of the more venerated temples in Chiang Mai, Wat Phra Singh was built in the 14th century and is famous for its northern Thai designs and impeccable gardens. Next, visit the Tha Phae Gate. A famous landmark for locals and visitors alike, it was once part of a high-bricked defensive wall that surrounded the city. Discover the host of bars, restaurants, and hotels within walking distance. After wandering around the gate, visit Wat Srisuphan, or the Silver Temple which was named after its ornate silver-colored designs. Before the day ends, stop at Warorot Market or Muang Mai Street Market and shop for local street food or produce. Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Chiang Mai: Temples and Street Food Night Tour by Tuk Tuk

4. Chiang Mai: Temples and Street Food Night Tour by Tuk Tuk

Embark on a cultural journey through Chiang Mai's vibrant history and culture with a private night tour on a classic tuk tuk. Soak in Wat Chedi Luang's historic splendor, marvel at the Three Kings Monument, discover the architectural excellence of Wat Phra Singh, and visit bustling markets. After a hotel pickup, begin your tour at the majestic Wat Chedi Luang, a 700-year-old temple known as the “Temple of the Big Stupa”. Admire its intricate Lanna-inspired designs and the replica of the Emerald Buddha, a testament to its storied past. From there, be captivated by the tales of the city's founders at the Three Kings Monument, revealing the legends behind this ancient establishment. Next, venture to the revered Wat Phra Singh Woramahawihan, a 14th-century gem nestled in the heart of Chiang Mai. Admire this example of northern Thai architectural brilliance with the temple's impeccable gardens and designs drawing you into their serene ambiance and rich history. As you soak in the temple's grandeur, discover the deep-rooted traditions and beliefs that shape the local way of life. Conclude your journey at the bustling Warorot or Muang Mai Market, a hub of Chiang Mai's vibrant commerce. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere as you browse through a vast array of products, from fresh produce to sparkling jewelry. Whether you're seeking souvenirs, gourmet delights, or simply the essence of local life, these markets offer a slice of Chiang Mai's pulsating heart. As the evening draws to a close, enjoy a smooth ride back to your hotel, cherishing the memories of a night steeped in tradition and allure.

Chiang Mai: Exploration of Old City by Private Tuk-Tuk

5. Chiang Mai: Exploration of Old City by Private Tuk-Tuk

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Chiang Mai's history and culture with a private half-day tuk-tuk tour of the enchanting Old City. Be transported through time and begin your tour with the scenic canals and storied gates such as Tha Phae, which once served as fortifications against ancient invaders. Revel in the city's unique blend of modern eccentric cafes and shops while absorbing the magnificence of its storied past. Venture deeper to discover spiritual treasures like the Wat Chedi Luang, a 15th-century marvel that once housed the renowned Emerald Buddha. Be dazzled by the gleaming Wat Sri Suphan, also known as the 'Silver Temple', where you can observe skilled silversmiths practicing ancestral techniques. Admire the intricate details of Wat Phra Singh Woramahawihan and stand in reverence at the iconic Three Kings Monument. Your journey concludes with a sensory treat at the bustling Muang Mai Market or Warorot Market. Dive into a shopper's paradise, finding everything from fresh produce to artisanal souvenirs. And as the day draws to a close, enjoy the convenience of a hassle-free ride back to your hotel, taking with you memories of Chiang Mai's mesmerizing allure.

Chiang Mai: Tuk-Tuk Evening Tour with Temples & Street Foods

6. Chiang Mai: Tuk-Tuk Evening Tour with Temples & Street Foods

Uncover the secrets of Chiang Mai at night on this city tour by tuk-tuk. Enjoy the beauty of the Wat Suan Dok and Wat Lok Moli temples (entrance included) and take in the atmosphere of the Warorot Market and Ton Lam Yai Flower Market.  Start the evening by boarding a tuk-tuk, the mode of transportation famously used in Thailand. Drive around the Old City, taking in the historic walls and the moat in the cultural heart of the city. Learn the centuries-old history of the city. Find out how it was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom before it fell into the hands of the Burmese, before finally regaining independence again with the help of the King of Thonburi. Next, stop at Wat Suan Dok, which literally translates to ‘flower garden temple’. Its name is derived from the location it was built, which was once used as a royal flower garden by a past ruler of Chiang Mai. Explore the temple which is known for its numerous white chedis and its 48-meter golden pagoda built in the Sri Lankan style. Admire the beautiful chedis and learn about the sacred Buddha relic which is believed to be the shoulder bone of Buddha himself. Continue to Wat Lok Moli, a 14th-century temple which is one of the older temples in the city. Take in features like a massive restored chedi with a Buddha image. The chedi also contains the ashes of several kings from the Mengrai dynasty. Go to the the teak wood pavilion and the Lanna-style Buddhist monastery before boarding the tuk-tuk and zooming through the city to the vibrant Chang Phuak Gate Night Market. Wander around the open-air market and see hawkers cooking up a storm of delicious local delicacies and tasty street food.  Get help from your driver with locating some favorite local dishes. After walking around Chang Phuak Gate, pass by other local markets such as Warorot Market and Ton Lam Yai Flower Market to soak up some of the local night life. Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Chiang Mai: Customize Your Own Chiang Mai City Tour

7. Chiang Mai: Customize Your Own Chiang Mai City Tour

Plan your own tour of Chiang Mai and have your own driver take you around the temples, markets, and famous sights. Shop for local food at Warorot Market, visit sacred temples such as Wat Chiang Man, and buy handicrafts on Chang Moi Street. Relax in a comfortable air-conditioned car. Craft your own itinerary and indicate three to four attractions you would like to see when you purchase your trip. Take note of the distance between locations when you are planning. Give your guide some options so that the best tour schedule can be designed for you. If you are unsure, check out the sacred temples of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh, or Wat Chedi Luang (Temple of the Big Stupa). Visit Warorot Market and see the clothes, local products, and food on sale at the most famous market in Northern Thailand. Check out the silver temple at Wat Srisuphan, purchase fruit and flowers at Ton Lamyai Flower Market, and walk along Chang Moi Street, known for selling handicrafts. Take in the famous landmark of Tha Pae Gate, the eastern gate of the walled city. The complete list of attractions includes Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chedi Luang (Temple of the Big Stupa), Wat Phan Tao, 3 Kings Monument, Wat Chiang Man (Chiang Mai’s oldest temple), Wat Lok Moli, Wat Suan Dok, Wat Umong (tunnel temple), Wat Srisuphan (silver temple), Warorot Market (Kad Luang), Ton Lamyai Flower Market (fruit and flower market), Thapae Gate, Chang Moi Street (handicraft street), Kruba Srivichai Monument, Wat Pha Lat (Hidden Temple). Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Chiang Mai: Doi Suthep, Wat Pha Lat & Wat Umong Spanish Tour

8. Chiang Mai: Doi Suthep, Wat Pha Lat & Wat Umong Spanish Tour

Join a full-day guided tour in Spanish from Chiang Mai to discover the beautiful temples of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Pha Lat, and Wat Umong, enjoy a lakeside lunch, and visit the impressive Warorot Market.   After your hotel pickup, drive to the Wat Umong Cave Temple, a meditation compound on the outskirts of Chiang Mai at the foot of the national park not visited by many tourists. Walk on the picturesque grounds, learn about Buddhism, and taking amazing photos. Nex,t hed to the temple of meditation, Wat Pha Lat, in the middle of the jungle. This lost enclosure inside the Doi Suthep National Park was formerly used as a resting point for pilgrims. Now monks live in it and you will walk through its enclosure, see its buildings, meditation rooms, river, and can also talk to monks.  Ride up the mountain to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple, the most important, well known, and spectacular temple in Chiang Mai. Located at the top of the Doi Suthep National Park, see its famous golden pagoda and enjoy a viewpoint that overlooks Chiang Mai city. At Huai Tung Tao, enjoy your delicious Thai lunch by the lake. This immense lake is surrounded by bamboo houses and it is where many locals go to spend the day on the weekends.  At the end of the day, follow your guide inside the Warorot Market, the China Town of Chiang Mai, to see a large collection of local products and fun souvenirs. Afterward, return back to your hotel, arriving around 4:00 PM.

Chiang Mai: History & Mouth Watering Food Tour

9. Chiang Mai: History & Mouth Watering Food Tour

At 9.00 AM, you will meet your licensed guide at the Three Kings monument. Begin the trip by walking to various restaurants, then continue on to stop by a local market to experience Chiang Mai's tasty local food. Then, visit the temples, wet market, and key attractions in the city. Go slowly by foot and take local transportation to observe the local people's way of life in Chiang Mai. Your licensed tour guide will show you around and introduce you to the local culture. At 12:00 PM you end your tour in Chiang Mai's old city. Feel free to continue exploring the old city on your own before saying goodbye to your guide.

Chiang Mai: Half-Day Private City Tour by Tuk Tuk

10. Chiang Mai: Half-Day Private City Tour by Tuk Tuk

Explore Chiang Mai's iconic landmarks on a private tuk tuk tour with seamless hotel transfers. Delve into history at Tha Phae Gate. Visit Wat Chedi Luang, the 3 Kings Monument, and the Silver Temple. Immerse in local culture at the Ancient Lanna Arts Study Centre, ending your day at Warorot Market. Discover the city's fascinating history as you visit Chiang Mai Gate, one of the well-preserved historic gates that once protected the ancient city. Marvel at its architectural beauty and immerse yourself in the ambiance of the surroundings. Continue your journey to Tha Phae Gate, another iconic gateway that offers a distant glimpse of the heyday of the Lanna kingdom. Enjoy the scenic surroundings and indulge in photography opportunities against the backdrop of this city landmark. Delve deeper into the spiritual side of Chiang Mai as you explore Wat Chedi Luang, a magnificent Buddhist temple with a rich history. Then, pay homage to the founding kings of Chiang Mai at the Three Kings Monument. Admire the beautifully crafted statues that commemorate these historical figures. After reflecting on the city's past and royal legacy, continue to the Silver Temple, Wat Srisuphan Aram, with its awe-inspiring silver decorations. Take your time to explore and soak in the sereneity of this sacred place. Afterward, explore the cultural heritage of Chiang Mai at the Ancient Lanna Arts Study Centre. Discover the traditional artforms and craftsmanship that define the region. Engage with the exhibits, learn about the local culture, and gain a deeper understanding of the artistic legacy of Chiang Mai. Conclude your tour with a visit to Warorot Market where you can browse through a wide array of goods, including fresh produce, clothes, and souvenirs. Take home a piece of Chiang Mai's culture as you interact with the locals and indulge in the culinary delights of the market. After an enriching day exploring the city, enjoy the convenience of a hotel drop-off, ensuring a seamless end to your tour.

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4.8
(58 reviews)

The tour was wonderful. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and well known in the area. The tuk tuk was a very convenient way to see the old city in a short amount of time. Only thing we would change would be to slow down a bit because our tour ended 1 hour early. We asked to get dropped off somewhere near our hotel for lunch, but instead we got dropped off at a cafe with breakfast items...

The guide was amazing, food was great. A great way to discover Thai specialities without any worries:) Strongly recommended !!

Great food and fun tour. Very well done with interesting information about local cuisine and culture.

Great day - went early so back to hotel pool to cool off after tour

Fantastic selection of food and very knowledgeable guide.