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Thai Elephant Home (Mae Taeng)
#1 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Muay Thai Sangha (Mae Taeng)
#2 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Sports Camps/ Clinics
A blend of different Muay Thai Boran styles and ground fighting methods under the influence of vipassana meditation skills.
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Wat Chedi Luang (Chiang Mai)
#3 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings; Ancient Ruins
Built about 600 years ago, this impressive temple once housed the precious Emerald Buddha.
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#4 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
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#5 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Elephant POOPOOPAPER Park is an eco-friendly, outdoor museum park that explains the unique steps involved in making our world... more » Owner description: Elephant POOPOOPAPER Park is an eco-friendly, outdoor museum park that explains the unique steps involved in making our world famous paper products from elephant poop fibers! See artisans crafting! Learn a bit about the history of paper! Take incredible pictures! Visit our Adobe Cafe and grab a pile of souvenirs at the POO-tique Gift Shop - full of incredible products made from elephant poop! « less
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#6 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Performances
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#7 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#8 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Religious Sites; Observation Decks/ Towers; Lookouts

Wat Phra Doi Suthep is beautiful- located on the hills - it is a 30 min drive from the city centre. The cable car can be used by aged travellers who do not wish to negotiate the... more »

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#9 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Natural History Museums; Museums; Science Museums

            There is a small private musem on 145/9  Rachadamneon Road ( Sunday walking street beside to Wat Chedi Luang ) ChiangMai Thailand. The Museum of Natural Wonders has 3... more »

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#10 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
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#11 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Other
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Wat Tham Pha Plong (Chiang Dao)
#12 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
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#13 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Owner description: We are an Elephant Sanctuary and Animal Rescue Center. We are located in the valley of Mae Tan, Maechaem and are near... more » Owner description: We are an Elephant Sanctuary and Animal Rescue Center. We are located in the valley of Mae Tan, Maechaem and are near beautiful forest land and rivers and have a beautiful view of Doi Inthanon the Highest mountain in Thailand. We are home to all animals in need. We run rescue, rehabilitation and release programs for local wildlife, rescue all domestic animals in need and run community projects to sustainably develop our local community. Become a volunteer and join us to create a better future for the animals, elephants and community. By working together we can make a difference. Please do not just turn up, you must book in advance! Thank you! « less
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Doi Inthananon (Chiang Mai)
#14 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Mountains; National Parks; Lookouts
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Wattana Art Gallery (Chiang Mai)
#15 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Owner description: Wattana Art Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand Where can I see contemporary art in Chiang Mai? Tourists and art lovers are left... more » Owner description: Wattana Art Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand Where can I see contemporary art in Chiang Mai? Tourists and art lovers are left asking this question after they have seen all the Wats and visited the craft villages. Tucked away on Soi Wat Umong in the hills behind Chiang Mai University, Wattana Art Gallery is a stunning building that houses perhaps the finest art gallery in Chiang Mai. It has three floors full of original paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed media,ranging from smaller works to larger size murals. Wattana Wattanapun has lived and worked in the United States and Canada. He has held visiting professorship positions in numerous prestigious institutions, including Haverford College, Oberlin College, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and Simon Fraser University. Presently, he is an academic consultant to the Fine Arts Faculty, Chiang Mai University.Wattana’s art work incorporates traditional Thai motifs in a contemporary perspective. The work expresses social commentary on the changing and corrupted cultural environment and makes us question the nature of beauty.Come visit Wattana Art Gallery and enjoy organic coffee, exotic snacks and available WiFi in the Coffee Corner while you experience this unique gallery designed as an art sanctuary -- a quiet place for contemplation about beauty and aesthetics, where art is inseparable from life. « less
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#16 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Owner description: The Elephant Retirement Park is located an hours drive outside of Chiang Mai city in Northern Thailand. The main focus of the... more » Owner description: The Elephant Retirement Park is located an hours drive outside of Chiang Mai city in Northern Thailand. The main focus of the park is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for elephants to live. Established at the beginning of 2014, visitors can enjoy a unique experience in caring for good natured and happy elephants where quality of life is of the upmost importance. The elephants suffer NO abuse and are not manipulated into entertaining guests. We believe it is a far greater experience seeing a baby elephant splashing around in a mud spa with it's mother because it's truly contented, than forcing elephants into unnatural activities for the amusement of on lookers. The Elephant Retirement Park is not choreographed but a natural and rewarding experience where you can get to know the elephants by feeding, cleaning and bathing them. Visitors will also be able to learn about the herbal care and communication with elephants from the local Mahout people who stay with the elephants at the Park. The founder of the park "Noi" will also make sure that you are looked after, providing all transport, chilled bottled water, great Thai food and the elephant experience of a life time. « less
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Wat Phra Singh (Chiang Mai)
#17 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
This temple was built in 1345 under King Phayu, the fifth king of the Mangrai dynasty.
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Wat Sri Suphan (Chiang Mai)
#18 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
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Wat Umong (Chiang Mai)
#19 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites; Ancient Ruins
This unique 14th-century temple is built into the side of Suthep mountain and is constructed of a series of tunnels.
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Wat Lok Molee (Chiang Mai)
#20 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
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#21 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
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Wat Suan Dok (Chiang Mai)
#22 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites; Cemeteries
Owner description: Temple built on what were once a 14th-century monarch's gardens. Today, site of a Buddhist university and a popular spot for... more » Owner description: Temple built on what were once a 14th-century monarch's gardens. Today, site of a Buddhist university and a popular spot for photographers, especially during sunset. Some of the temple's chedis (spires) contain ashes of Chiang Mai's royal family. Also, one can see half of a holy Buddhist relic brought from Sukothai in 1371, which unfortunately split into two upon arrival in Chiang Mai. The other half is buried at Doi Suthep. A 500-year-old bronze Buddha image, one of the largest in northern Thailand, is also housed here, in the small hall at the back of the compound. « less
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Doi Ang Khang (Fang City)
#23 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Mountains
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#24 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Wat Chiang Man (Chiang Mai)
#25 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings

This temple was built in 1297 at the site King Mangrai used when he supervised the building of Chiang Mai. Wat Chiang Man is located in the northeastern section of the old city on... more »

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#26 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Waterfalls
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#27 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Owner description: Photo gallery, Cinema, photo book and DVD library, workshops, gift shop and more. Come on by and check our website or FB for... more » Owner description: Photo gallery, Cinema, photo book and DVD library, workshops, gift shop and more. Come on by and check our website or FB for latest events. « less
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#28 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Waterfalls; Gardens
Owner description: The Queen Sirkit Botanic Garden is one of the most renowned gardens in Thailand and a major hub for scientific research.... more » Owner description: The Queen Sirkit Botanic Garden is one of the most renowned gardens in Thailand and a major hub for scientific research. Visitors can view beautiful Thai orchids and palms while walking around the expansive grounds. « less
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Wat Pan Tao (Chiang Mai)
#29 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
Category: Religious Sites
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Eddy Elephant (Mae Taeng)
#30 of 191 attractions in Chiang Mai Province
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