My Chiang Mai Tour
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Chiang Mai Golf Course : Royal Chiangmai Golf Club
The resort is set among wooded hills by cool placid mountain streams. It is the place for the whole family for recreation and relaxation.
A mountain retreat of serenity and harmony. A concept nurtured and… Continue reading
Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Introductory Program
Introduction to Rock Climbing
“I’d like to take a course, but I’ve never tried climbing before!” At CMRCA, we hear this a lot. The good news is, we have just the course for you! Our introduction to Rock… Continue reading
Chiang Mai City Tour
Visit the most important place in Chiang Mai City
Overview : Choose to Visit 5 from 7 Different Temples as Wat Suan Dok , Wat Chiang Mun , Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat U-Mong, Wat Chet Yod, The Art and Cultural Centre Chiang Mai and then we will make a… Continue reading
Attractions in Lamphun Thailand
Lamphun District “The City of Arts and Culture”
Lamphun or Hariphunchai – The City of Arts and Culture, about 30 km. south of Chiang Mai to the provincial capital of Lamphun is a quiet ancient town with a long history. From the 8th through the 13th c… Continue reading
Chiang Mai Tour : Wat Prathat Doi Suthep is the most important and famous in Chiang Mai landmark.
One day private tour, Visit one of the most important Buddhist temples of Thailand, the Doi Suthep temple and Bhubing Palace and Hmong Village
Overview : Wat Prathat Doi Suthep is one… Continue reading
Chiang Mai City Art and Cultural Center
Three Kings Monument
At roughly the center of the walled city, in the district where the former rulers of Chiang Mai built their palaces, stands the monument to the ‘Three Kings‘ — King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai; … Continue reading
Wat Ku Tao : water melon chedi
Wat Ku Tao is located in Chang phuok sub- direct,muang distric, Chiangmai province in an area just to the north and outside of the city of Chiangmai.
The temple is called ku tao because of its characteristic water melon (which is tao in the northern dialect)… Continue reading