Activities

The best things do to in Chiang Mai. Find some real interesting activities here!

Mind-blowing Pictures at the Art In Paradise Museum in Chiang Mai

Mind-blowing Pictures at the Art In Paradise Museum in Chiang Mai

Visit the world`s largest 3D art museum in Chiang Mai   The former shopping mall at Sri Suan Plaza Building has been transformed into a museum. Now it houses the Art in Paradise exhibition, a great collection of 3D paintings composed mainly by Korean artists. All the images are hand painted. At first, the story […]

Celebrate Songkran festival in Chiang Mai

Celebrate Songkran festival in Chiang Mai

The time is upon us again, for some it is the most dreaded time of the year, for others the chance to reconnect with their inner child and go absolutely wild and crazy. Don`t miss out on Songkran in Chiang Mai Songkran, otherwise known as the Water Festival, is the traditional Thai New Year that takes […]

Sustainable Tea in Chiang Mai from Araksa Tea Plantation

Sustainable Tea in Chiang Mai from Araksa Tea Plantation

Growing sustainable tea in Chiang Mai Are you one of those people that prefer tea over coffee and maybe you are looking to kill some time outside the city meanwhile learning more or everything about this ancient (tea has been around for 5000 years) and delicious product then a visit to Araksa tea plantation is […]

Karen (Paduang) Long Neck / Hill Tribes around Chiang Mai

Karen (Paduang) Long Neck / Hill Tribes around Chiang Mai

Mostly situated near the Thailand/Myanmar border, the Paduang/Karen is one of the largest hill tribes living in Thailand since around the 17th century. They are easily confused with the “Red Karen” (Karenni) coming from the Kayah tribe in Myanmar, the Paduang Karen is a subgroup of the Karenni and are popularly known under the name […]

Akha / Hilltribes in Chiang Mai

Akha / Hilltribes in Chiang Mai

  Living at high elevations in the mountains of northern Thailand, the Akha are an indigenous hill tribe that made their way from China, Burma and Laos and today there are 80,000 of the estimated 400.000 Akha living in the north of Thailand since the turn of the 20th century. There are two types of […]

Camping at Ob Khan National Park

Camping at Ob Khan National Park

Is it too hot and you are desperate to have a swim? Then you can either swim in one of the many swimming pools in Chiang Mai or you can try to jump into one of the lakes or rivers around Chiang Mai. If you are not really fond of jumping into the murky brown Ping River […]

Elephant Parks & Chiang Mai: Playing with Elephants

Elephant Parks & Chiang Mai: Playing with Elephants

Elephants and Chiang Mai inhabitants are going hand in trunk for centuries, army’s in the past have won battles on the back of these giants and elephants have been connected with Thailand for like well…forever. We all know how tempting it is to participate in elephant shows and elephant tours, but we also know that it […]

Elephant Parks in Chiang Mai

Elephant Parks in Chiang Mai

Let’s face it, Thailand without elephants is like peanut butter with no jelly and many visitors to the country have elephant tours and trek-kings on their mind. However it is important to not indulge in sometimes illegal trips organized by companies that are exploiting these majestic gentle giants. It is very easy to participate in […]

Go for a Swim at Huay Tung Tao Lake

Go for a Swim at Huay Tung Tao Lake

Time to cool down and have a swim in nature! Only twenty minutes away from the city, Huay Tung Tao an artificial lake surrounded by a beautiful backdrop of mountains is an excellent getaway to escape the bustling city and to have a relaxing time on or near the water. To get there is easy: […]

Meditate at Wat Umong

Meditate at Wat Umong

Build in the late 13th century probably by King Mengrai, Wat Umong or otherwise known as the “tunnel temple” is one of the most unusual, oldest and unique temples in the region and when you are in Chiang Mai, a visit to this temple should be in the top five of your bucket list. Situated […]

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