Chiang Mai Pai 3 Days 2 Nights

Ban Jabo
Pai Canyon
Tham Lod Pang Mapha
Wat Ban Den

Overview: The journey commences and concludes in Chiang Mai, offering a delightful experience amidst an array of captivating garden flowers and plants at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden. Embark on an exhilarating adventure by strolling across the sky bridge, known as the Canopy Walkway, which extends above the lush treetops. Marvel at the breathtaking scenery that unfolds before your eyes. Additionally, indulge in the exploration of the vibrant Pai Walking Street at night, where an assortment of local products and delectable cuisines await your discovery. Delve into the depths of awe-inspiring wonders at Tham Lod Cave, where magnificent stalactites and stalagmites adorn its interiors. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and way of life of the Lahu hill tribes, gaining profound insights into their traditions. Gaze upon the picturesque vistas of mountains and expansive rice fields as you traverse the splendid “Khokuso” Bridge, a remarkable bamboo structure that stretches across the fields. This remarkable journey also encompasses visits to numerous other fascinating tourist attractions scattered throughout Pai District.


After arriving at Chiang Mai Airport, you will be warmly welcomed and assisted with your transfer to the hotel. Once you have checked in, the remainder of the day is at your leisure, allowing you to relax and enjoy your stay in Chiang Mai and take this opportunity to explore the city at your own pace.

Embark on an exciting journey from Chiang Mai to Mae Rim District, where the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden awaits. This exceptional garden is dedicated to conserving and showcasing a diverse array of plants, carefully categorized according to their respective genera. Each plant thrives in its natural habitat, offering a delightful sight for visitors. An exhilarating experience awaits you on the Sky Walk (Canopy Walk), the longest treetop walkway in Thailand, stretching over 400 meters and standing over 20 meters high. As you stroll along, some sections of the walkway feature transparent glass, allowing you to observe the world below.

Travel further to Mae Tang District and immerse yourself in the rejuvenating Pong Dueat Hot Springs. A remarkable natural phenomenon, this large geyser-type hot spring emanates steam regularly, reaching a height of approximately 1-2 meters. Four large ponds, along with scattered smaller ones, surround the spring, creating a soothing and therapeutic atmosphere. The underground water temperature ranges from 170 to 200 degrees Celsius, while the surface water stays between 90 to 100 degrees Celsius. The area is enveloped in a constant aroma of sulfur. Explore the lush jungle surrounding the hot springs along a 1.5 km circular route, providing an enriching nature study experience. The trail weaves through towering trees, ferns, and moss, and a long bridge complements the picturesque journey. Informative signboards along the way offer valuable insights into the Pong Dueat Hot Spring and the diverse flora present.

Continue the adventure to the captivating Pai district, following the historic World War II road, which navigates numerous sharp curves, offering stunning vistas of the majestic mountains. As evening sets in, delve into the local lifestyle on the bustling walking street. Wander along and discover an array of handmade products, clothing, jewelry, baskets, and charming souvenirs. The street is also dotted with various international and Thai restaurants, beckoning you to savor a delectable culinary experience. The lively walking street caters to visitors from 5 pm until midnight, allowing you to make the most of your night in Pai. Rest and rejuvenate as you spend the night in this enchanting destination, preparing for more memorable adventures that lie ahead.

Embark on a mesmerizing journey to the Doi Kiew Lom Viewpoint, renowned among Thai and foreign visitors for its breathtaking sea of mist enveloping the valley, along with a kaleidoscope of colorful flowers. Continue your adventure with a visit to the Tham Lod Cave, this captivating cave is more than just a natural wonder; it is an important archaeological site that offers a glimpse into the early ages of human civilization. Join us on a thrilling journey as we explore the wonders of Tham Lod Cave and all the exciting activities it has to offer. As you step into Tham Lod Cave, you’ll be greeted by the melodious sound of “Lang,” a flowing stream that meanders from one end of the cave to the other. This stream has played a pivotal role in shaping the cave’s breathtaking interior, adorned with stunning stalactites and stalagmites that have formed over countless millennia. The sheer grandeur of these geological formations will leave you in awe of nature’s artistry. Beyond its natural splendor, Tham Lod Cave holds a treasure trove of ancient artifacts that transport you back in time. Preserved within the cave are a multitude of antique tools and utensils, which archaeologists estimate to be over 2,000 years old. These relics offer valuable insights into the daily lives and practices of our early ancestors, making Tham Lod Cave an important archaeological site in the region. As you wander through the cave, you’ll have the unique opportunity to see and even touch these ancient artifacts, connecting you directly to the past and fostering a sense of wonder at the resilience of the human spirit across generations.

But the adventure doesn’t end there. Tham Lod Cave offers additional thrills for the intrepid traveler. Imagine yourself gliding on a bamboo raft along the serene stream that flows within the cave. This enchanting bamboo rafting experience allows you to immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance of the cave, surrounded by the majestic stalactites and stalagmites. For those seeking to explore the great outdoors further, short trekking trails around the cave provide the perfect opportunity to connect with nature and soak in the pristine beauty of the surrounding landscape. The verdant surroundings, fresh mountain air, and the allure of undiscovered paths make for a rejuvenating and unforgettable experience. In conclusion, Tham Lod Cave is a treasure trove of natural wonders and ancient history that beckons travelers seeking an unforgettable adventure. The magnificent stalactites and stalagmites, the flowing “Lang” stream, and the rich collection of ancient artifacts create an enthralling experience that leaves an indelible mark on the hearts of all who visit. Whether you’re a nature lover, history enthusiast, or an adventurous soul, Tham Lod Cave has something extraordinary to offer-a journey that blends the marvels of nature with the mysteries of the past.

Travel to Ban Ja Bo Village, a charming Lahu hill tribe settlement perched on a ridge surrounded by picturesque mountain vistas. Originally hailing from Tibet, the Lahu migrated to the southwest of China and later to the northeast of Myanmar over a span of centuries before finally settling in the northern regions of Thailand hundreds of years ago. The Lahu people prefer living in highland villages and embrace a simple lifestyle, valuing their spiritual beliefs in worshipping spirits. Their main occupations revolve around agriculture, including rice farming, corn planting, and raising animals for sustenance. The Lahu are renowned for their hunting skills. Despite their distinct cultural background and language, they warmly welcome foreign tourists, forming genuine friendships with visitors who come to explore their way of life. After an enriching experience, return to Pai, where you’ll be transferred to your hotel for another relaxing night, ready to embrace more adventures in the days ahead.

Venture to the enchanting Santichon village, inhabited by Yunnan Chinese people who settled here long ago. This village preserves its unique Yunnan Chinese culture, traditions, and way of life, evident in its distinct houses, decorations, and surroundings. Not far from Santichon village, the Yun Lai viewpoint awaits, offering breathtaking vistas of Pai city, nestled amid lush paddy fields and a rugged mountain range. Whether it’s winter or the rainy season, a mystical sea of mist blankets the area, creating a captivating sight. Discover the captivating Wat Phra That Mae Yen Temple, perched on the elevated hill of Mae Yen village. From its summit, indulge in panoramic views of Pai city, particularly during sunrise and sunset. As the golden sunlight bathes the horizon, the majestic mountain ranges create a truly unforgettable and picturesque setting. Explore the Memorial Bridge, which bears historical significance from the Second World War. Originally used as a route to transport troops and arms into Myanmar, this bridge holds memories of the past. Although it has been replaced by a standard bridge, it remains a popular spot for tourists to capture photographs and honor its historical legacy while visiting Pai District.

Continue the journey to the captivating Pai Canyon, also known as Kong Lan, a natural wonder shaped by soil subsidence and erosion, forming deep cliffs and ridge-like ridges across an area of more than 3 acres. The surrounding landscape features a mixed deciduous forest with diverse plant life, creating a mesmerizing setting. The narrow and steep trails along the ridges offer an exhilarating experience as you explore the canyons with breathtaking views of the villages and farms below, amidst the backdrop of towering mountains. Visit the Merit Bridge, “Khokuso,” a winding bamboo bridge spanning picturesque rice fields with stunning mountain scenery in the background. Built by the villagers, this bridge serves the purpose of allowing monks to receive alms conveniently without disturbing the villagers’ crops. It also provides a convenient passage for both tourists and villagers to traverse while enjoying the beauty of the forest, mountains, and rice fields along the way.

Next, visit Wat Ban Den Temple, also known as Wat Den Sari Sri Muang Kaen, located in Inthakin Sub-District, Mae Taeng District. This temple holds historical significance as it was named after the Bodhi tree, locally known as the “Sari Tree.” Situated within the ancient old city of Muang Kaen, the temple boasts an impressive array of buildings with exquisite Thai Lanna Architecture. The grand ubosot, tripitaka hall, drum tower, Inthakin pole sanctuary, Lanna cubicle golden teak, and pagoda showcase the temple’s beauty and elegance, resembling intricate works of art. With hearts filled with cherished memories, your journey concludes as you return to Chiang Mai. Arriving at your hotel, reflect on the wonders and experiences that Northern Thailand has bestowed upon you, cherishing the memories of this extraordinary adventure.

Your journey in the northern region of Thailand has come to an end, and it is time to bid farewell. Our dedicated team will now escort you to Chiang Mai Airport to ensure that your return journey or onward travels to other destinations go smoothly, and this is end of our services.

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