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Chiang Mai: 3 Hour Old City and Temples Guided Walking Tour

Chiang Mai: 3 Hour Old City and Temples Guided Walking Tour

Join a short walking tour around Chiang Mai to visit some of the city’s most famous temples in just two hours. You'll see Wat Chedi Luang with its large stupa, the humble Wat Phan Lao and stunning Wat Phra Singh. The first stop on your walking tour will be Wat Chedi Luang. Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, this impressive temple has the largest stupa in Chiang Mai. Walking around the sprawling compound you have the chance to see striking Lanna-style design up close. Compared to Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phan Tao will seem quite humble in size. However, don’t let its size fool you, this small temple features intricately carved teak wood facades. It was once a throne hall for King Mahotara Prateth before becoming a dedicated house of prayer.  Lavish Wat Phra Singh is the final stop on your tour. This stunning building built in the 14th century is one of Chiang Mai’s finest temples. With amazing grounds, mosaic-inlaid sanctuary, large Lion Buddha statue and gilded pagodas, there’s a photo opportunity waiting around every corner. 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.

Chiang Mai: Historical and Cultural Highlights Walking Tour

Chiang Mai: Historical and Cultural Highlights Walking Tour

Start with a visit to the Three Kings Monument, a large open square nestled in the heart of the walled old town. Delve into the history behind the statue and its rich cultural significance. Continue to Wat Phra Singh, one of the most beautiful temples in the Chiang Mai area. Gaze at the classic Lanna-style architecture found in Northern Thailand. Then, explore the impressive chedi of Wat Chedi Luang. Step inside and admire the majestic Buddha standing in the main prayer hall. Next, go to Thapae Gate, one of the most recognizable sights in the north. Then, wander through the vibrant local market and try out local food and products. The last stop is Wat Chiang Man, the oldest and most visited temple in the city. Feel the culture and history of Buddhism and Chiang Mai all around you as you explore the meditation halls, golden stupas, and stunning grounds.

Chiang Mai: Historic Old City 4-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Chiang Mai: Historic Old City 4-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Discover the back streets inside the Old City walls of Chiang Mai on a slow and easy 12-kilometer bike ride suitable for families with young children. Meeting your tour Guide at Discova Day Tour Shop near Chiang Mai Gate at 8:45am. The bike tour will depart at 9:00 am sharp. After a quick bike fitting and briefing we pedal away to discover the charms of Chiang Mai. It is a chill way to explore Chiang mai. Meandering the small lanes throughout the old city to visit some of the main sights of old Chiang Mai. Visit Tha Phae Gate: On the way towards the old city’s eastern gate we'll bike through many of the city’s quaint lanes. Tha Phae gate was once the entrance through which traders brought their wares into the city. At this beautifully restored gate learn about Chiang Mai's history as a trading hub. Visit Somphet Market: From Tha Phae Gate bike to a nearby Somphet Market. Wander through the market learning a bit about Chiang Mai food and taste a few fruits and sweets while you are at it. Visit Wat Chiang Man: The next stop on the bike tour is Wat Chiang Man, Chiang Mai’s oldest temple, built in the auspicious Northeast corner of the old city. This is where the ancient Marble and Crystal Buddha images are enshrined. Visit The City Navel: Pedaling through Chiang Mai’s backstreets you will come to the cosmological heart of Chiang Mai is called the City Navel. Visit the Navel Temple with its serene 700 hundred year old white Buddha and the Three Kings Monument. Visit Wat Chedi Luang: Next on the bike tour is Chiang Mai’s grandest monument. Wat Chedi Luang was built to house the ashes of a king and was once the home of the Emerald Buddha (now resident at Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok). It is now the home of the City Pillar and 3 auspicious dipterocarp trees which provide protection to the city. End of your trip ride back to Discova Day Tour Shop: The bike tour usually takes 3-4 hours but this is variable by group, the end of a unique and lovely bike tour through old city Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai’s Highlights: Sightseeing Night Bike Tour

Chiang Mai’s Highlights: Sightseeing Night Bike Tour

Discover the charms of Old City Chiang Mai with 14 kilometers. Biking the back lanes and alleys experience the modern city alongside the ancient temples inside the walls of the old city. Begin your laid-back evening bike tour at 6.00 PM by heading towards the old city wall’s eastern gate, passing many of Chiang Mai’s quaint lanes. Arrive at the first stop, Tha Phae Gate, which was once the entrance through which traders brought their wares into the city. Learn more about Chiang Mai's history as a trading hub at this beautifully restored gate.  Continue your ride through the spaghetti streets of the old city to the temple Wat Intakhin, with its serene 700 hundred year old white Buddha and the Three Kings Monument, where you will hear about the founding of Chiang Mai. Proceed with the tour to the city moat. Leaving the bikes by the side of the moat, walk across to Wat Lok Molee with its beautifully illuminated stupa and ornate wooden prayer hall. At this time of day you have a good chance of hearing the monks chanting their prayers.  The next stop is Chiang Mai’s grandest monument: Wat Chedi Luang was built to house the ashes of a king and was once the home of the Emerald Buddha, now housing the City Pillar and 3 auspicious dipterocarp trees which provide protection to the city. Cycle to Chiang Mai’s Gate Market for the last stop and wander through the bustling night market. Walking through the market, your guide will point out the different types of street foods available. After selecting some food to sample, sit down with a drink and enjoy the night market atmosphere.

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

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

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: Private Tuk Tuk Tour of City Temples With Pickup

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 & Culture Tour

Chiang Mai: Temples & Culture Tour

Explore the historical and cultural heritage of Chiang Mai on a small-group or private tour of the most important temples, including Phra Singh, Chedi Luang and Chiang Man. Benefit from hotel pick-up, and then make your way by air-conditioned minivan to the active temple of Wat Phra Singh. Marvel at the highly revered Buddha images of the 14th-century monument, including the important Buddha statue of Phra Buddha Sihing. Discover the largest monument of Chiang Mai during the days of the Lanna Kingdom at the beautiful Wat Chedi Luang. Learn more about the ancient rulers of Northern Thailand on a tour of the temple grounds. Continue to Wat Chiang Man, built by the Lanna king Mangrai in 1297 AD. See historical artifacts that tell the story of the city at the Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Centre, built in the traditional northern architectural style with a typical Lanna-style.

Chiang Mai: Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail & Doi Inthanon Day Trip

Chiang Mai: Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail & Doi Inthanon Day Trip

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Chiang Mai on a day tour combining the pristine nature of Doi Inthanon National Park with the allure of the Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail. Immerse yourself in Thai history, culture, and nature as you marvel at pagodas, meet a Karen tribe, spot wildlife, and more. Begin by ascending Thailand's highest peak, Doi Inthanon, known as 'The Roof of Thailand.' Be captivated by the crisp, fresh air and panoramic views, offering a glimpse of King Inthawichayanon's vision, who, as one of Chiang Mai's last kings, ardently wished to preserve Thailand's northern forests. Delve deeper into nature with a two-hour walk along the Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail, where the verdant jungle showcases the nation's rich biodiversity. Traverse a wooden walkway that offers magnificent sights and sounds of the forest, and get a chance to spot unique wildlife like serows, wild boars, and gibbons. Along the way, connect with Thailand's vibrant culture by visiting the iconic King's and Queen's Pagodas, mingling at the Hmong market, and engaging with the Karen Hill Tribe, learning about their history and traditions. Finally, end your tour with the mesmerizing Wachirathan Waterfall, a sight that encapsulates northern Thailand's natural grandeur, before being transported back to your hotel in Chiang Mai, your head full of the wonders you've seen.

Chiang Mai: Nighttime City Highlights by EV Tram

Chiang Mai: Nighttime City Highlights by EV Tram

06.00 p.m. Meet a local tour guide at the meeting point, Three King Monument, and then brief history of Chiang Mai history in this area. Get on the tram around moat and city gates through numerous temples, local market with vibrant street food scene with a local foodie. A short stop for highlight places - Wat Lok Molee, one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Gate, the best street food spot for local and tourist - Wat Chedi Luang, enormous temple for the most important city and religious ceremonies - Wat Pan Tao, originally build as a royal residence with Lanna architecture 08.00 p.m. Drop off at Three King Monument

Wat Chedi Luang: Our most recommended tours and activities

Chiang Mai: 3 Hour Old City and Temples Guided Walking Tour

Chiang Mai: 3 Hour Old City and Temples Guided Walking Tour

Join a short walking tour around Chiang Mai to visit some of the city’s most famous temples in just two hours. You'll see Wat Chedi Luang with its large stupa, the humble Wat Phan Lao and stunning Wat Phra Singh. The first stop on your walking tour will be Wat Chedi Luang. Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, this impressive temple has the largest stupa in Chiang Mai. Walking around the sprawling compound you have the chance to see striking Lanna-style design up close. Compared to Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phan Tao will seem quite humble in size. However, don’t let its size fool you, this small temple features intricately carved teak wood facades. It was once a throne hall for King Mahotara Prateth before becoming a dedicated house of prayer.  Lavish Wat Phra Singh is the final stop on your tour. This stunning building built in the 14th century is one of Chiang Mai’s finest temples. With amazing grounds, mosaic-inlaid sanctuary, large Lion Buddha statue and gilded pagodas, there’s a photo opportunity waiting around every corner. 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.

Chiang Mai: Historical and Cultural Highlights Walking Tour

Chiang Mai: Historical and Cultural Highlights Walking Tour

Start with a visit to the Three Kings Monument, a large open square nestled in the heart of the walled old town. Delve into the history behind the statue and its rich cultural significance. Continue to Wat Phra Singh, one of the most beautiful temples in the Chiang Mai area. Gaze at the classic Lanna-style architecture found in Northern Thailand. Then, explore the impressive chedi of Wat Chedi Luang. Step inside and admire the majestic Buddha standing in the main prayer hall. Next, go to Thapae Gate, one of the most recognizable sights in the north. Then, wander through the vibrant local market and try out local food and products. The last stop is Wat Chiang Man, the oldest and most visited temple in the city. Feel the culture and history of Buddhism and Chiang Mai all around you as you explore the meditation halls, golden stupas, and stunning grounds.

Chiang Mai: Historic Old City 4-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Chiang Mai: Historic Old City 4-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Discover the back streets inside the Old City walls of Chiang Mai on a slow and easy 12-kilometer bike ride suitable for families with young children. Meeting your tour Guide at Discova Day Tour Shop near Chiang Mai Gate at 8:45am. The bike tour will depart at 9:00 am sharp. After a quick bike fitting and briefing we pedal away to discover the charms of Chiang Mai. It is a chill way to explore Chiang mai. Meandering the small lanes throughout the old city to visit some of the main sights of old Chiang Mai. Visit Tha Phae Gate: On the way towards the old city’s eastern gate we'll bike through many of the city’s quaint lanes. Tha Phae gate was once the entrance through which traders brought their wares into the city. At this beautifully restored gate learn about Chiang Mai's history as a trading hub. Visit Somphet Market: From Tha Phae Gate bike to a nearby Somphet Market. Wander through the market learning a bit about Chiang Mai food and taste a few fruits and sweets while you are at it. Visit Wat Chiang Man: The next stop on the bike tour is Wat Chiang Man, Chiang Mai’s oldest temple, built in the auspicious Northeast corner of the old city. This is where the ancient Marble and Crystal Buddha images are enshrined. Visit The City Navel: Pedaling through Chiang Mai’s backstreets you will come to the cosmological heart of Chiang Mai is called the City Navel. Visit the Navel Temple with its serene 700 hundred year old white Buddha and the Three Kings Monument. Visit Wat Chedi Luang: Next on the bike tour is Chiang Mai’s grandest monument. Wat Chedi Luang was built to house the ashes of a king and was once the home of the Emerald Buddha (now resident at Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok). It is now the home of the City Pillar and 3 auspicious dipterocarp trees which provide protection to the city. End of your trip ride back to Discova Day Tour Shop: The bike tour usually takes 3-4 hours but this is variable by group, the end of a unique and lovely bike tour through old city Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai’s Highlights: Sightseeing Night Bike Tour

Chiang Mai’s Highlights: Sightseeing Night Bike Tour

Discover the charms of Old City Chiang Mai with 14 kilometers. Biking the back lanes and alleys experience the modern city alongside the ancient temples inside the walls of the old city. Begin your laid-back evening bike tour at 6.00 PM by heading towards the old city wall’s eastern gate, passing many of Chiang Mai’s quaint lanes. Arrive at the first stop, Tha Phae Gate, which was once the entrance through which traders brought their wares into the city. Learn more about Chiang Mai's history as a trading hub at this beautifully restored gate.  Continue your ride through the spaghetti streets of the old city to the temple Wat Intakhin, with its serene 700 hundred year old white Buddha and the Three Kings Monument, where you will hear about the founding of Chiang Mai. Proceed with the tour to the city moat. Leaving the bikes by the side of the moat, walk across to Wat Lok Molee with its beautifully illuminated stupa and ornate wooden prayer hall. At this time of day you have a good chance of hearing the monks chanting their prayers.  The next stop is Chiang Mai’s grandest monument: Wat Chedi Luang was built to house the ashes of a king and was once the home of the Emerald Buddha, now housing the City Pillar and 3 auspicious dipterocarp trees which provide protection to the city. Cycle to Chiang Mai’s Gate Market for the last stop and wander through the bustling night market. Walking through the market, your guide will point out the different types of street foods available. After selecting some food to sample, sit down with a drink and enjoy the night market atmosphere.

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

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

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: Private Tuk Tuk Tour of City Temples With Pickup

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 & Culture Tour

Chiang Mai: Temples & Culture Tour

Explore the historical and cultural heritage of Chiang Mai on a small-group or private tour of the most important temples, including Phra Singh, Chedi Luang and Chiang Man. Benefit from hotel pick-up, and then make your way by air-conditioned minivan to the active temple of Wat Phra Singh. Marvel at the highly revered Buddha images of the 14th-century monument, including the important Buddha statue of Phra Buddha Sihing. Discover the largest monument of Chiang Mai during the days of the Lanna Kingdom at the beautiful Wat Chedi Luang. Learn more about the ancient rulers of Northern Thailand on a tour of the temple grounds. Continue to Wat Chiang Man, built by the Lanna king Mangrai in 1297 AD. See historical artifacts that tell the story of the city at the Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Centre, built in the traditional northern architectural style with a typical Lanna-style.

Chiang Mai: Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail & Doi Inthanon Day Trip

Chiang Mai: Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail & Doi Inthanon Day Trip

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Chiang Mai on a day tour combining the pristine nature of Doi Inthanon National Park with the allure of the Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail. Immerse yourself in Thai history, culture, and nature as you marvel at pagodas, meet a Karen tribe, spot wildlife, and more. Begin by ascending Thailand's highest peak, Doi Inthanon, known as 'The Roof of Thailand.' Be captivated by the crisp, fresh air and panoramic views, offering a glimpse of King Inthawichayanon's vision, who, as one of Chiang Mai's last kings, ardently wished to preserve Thailand's northern forests. Delve deeper into nature with a two-hour walk along the Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail, where the verdant jungle showcases the nation's rich biodiversity. Traverse a wooden walkway that offers magnificent sights and sounds of the forest, and get a chance to spot unique wildlife like serows, wild boars, and gibbons. Along the way, connect with Thailand's vibrant culture by visiting the iconic King's and Queen's Pagodas, mingling at the Hmong market, and engaging with the Karen Hill Tribe, learning about their history and traditions. Finally, end your tour with the mesmerizing Wachirathan Waterfall, a sight that encapsulates northern Thailand's natural grandeur, before being transported back to your hotel in Chiang Mai, your head full of the wonders you've seen.

Chiang Mai: Nighttime City Highlights by EV Tram

Chiang Mai: Nighttime City Highlights by EV Tram

06.00 p.m. Meet a local tour guide at the meeting point, Three King Monument, and then brief history of Chiang Mai history in this area. Get on the tram around moat and city gates through numerous temples, local market with vibrant street food scene with a local foodie. A short stop for highlight places - Wat Lok Molee, one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Gate, the best street food spot for local and tourist - Wat Chedi Luang, enormous temple for the most important city and religious ceremonies - Wat Pan Tao, originally build as a royal residence with Lanna architecture 08.00 p.m. Drop off at Three King Monument

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Had a great tour of Chiang Mai with our guide Santi! He took us around the old city including some of the oldest temples and gave us a lot of insight into the history and birth of Chiang Mai. Santi kept us engaged throughout, and was able to answer all our questions in a clear manner. Overall a very fun experience with our guide Santi - would recommend!

this was an AWESOME tour, D is not only knowledgeable but kind and makes sure you are understanding, comfortable and gives all sorts of advice so you spend the rest of the day. I really enjoyed the tour, planning on doing more with him

Incredible tour! The guide was so knowledgeable and very patient with all of my questions. I feel that I have a much greater understanding of Buddhism and Chiang Mai’s old city, particularly the temples. Highly recommend!

Nick was a great guide very informative. (I wish he hadn’t left so quickly as we would have liked to tip him). 3 very different temples visited and not too much walking.

Nana was a great tour guide! She answered our questions and shared interesting stories, insights and history with us.