Overview: Embark on an unforgettable tour that commences and concludes in Chiang Mai. Begin your journey by exploring the diverse plant species at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden. Experience exhilarating activities at Phoenix Adventure Park, embracing adventure and thrill. Conquer the summit of Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain in Thailand, and bask in the breathtaking vistas within Doi Inthanon National Park. Traverse a scenic route that winds along mountainsides, offering picturesque views of fertile forests that change colors with the seasons. As you enter Mae Hong Son province, prepare to discover a plethora of captivating attractions. Continue your expedition to Chiang Rai province, where you’ll be captivated by the splendor of Mae Fah Luang Garden and the terraced tea plantations of Doi Mae Salong. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and cultural treasures that await in this enchanting region. Conclude your journey with a return to Chiang Mai, cherishing the memories and experiences gathered throughout this remarkable adventure. Allow us to guide you through this captivating itinerary, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable tour of the remarkable provinces of Northern Thailand. Experience the wonders of nature, embrace thrilling activities, and immerse yourself in the cultural richness that awaits at every turn.
● 2 Persons 62,000 ฿
● 3 Persons 53,500 ฿
● 4 Persons 42,800 ฿
● 5 Persons up 41,300 ฿
● Price per person / In Thai baht / Private tour / Minimum 2 persons
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 delightful experiences await. Begin your exploration at the renowned Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, a haven for preserving and categorizing a diverse array of plants based on their genus. Here, each plant thrives harmoniously in its natural surroundings, providing a captivating sight for visitors. Take in the breathtaking beauty of nature as you traverse the Sky Walk, a remarkable canopy walkway stretching over 400 meters and soaring more than 20 meters above the ground. This enthralling walkway offers stunning views of the lush treetops and, in some sections, features transparent glass floors that grant a unique perspective of the world below.
Next on the itinerary is the thrilling Phoenix Adventure Park, a haven for adrenaline enthusiasts seeking an unmatched tree-based escapade. Unlike any other place, the park promises unforgettable adventures that challenge your limits and courage. Brace yourself for a variety of exhilarating activities, including zip-lining, traversing the monkey bridge amidst cascading waterfalls, climbing nets, crossing the lego bridge, and skateboarding in the sky. Other heart-pounding endeavors include single sling walking, rope traversing, zip line net, the daring “furious king kong,” navigating the round hoop, sky-gliding with an elephant, hang gliding, the Hmong tribe go-cart, balancing on giant bamboo, conquering the gecko cliff, tackling the spider web, venturing through the sky tunnel, maneuvering the zigzag bridge, experiencing air skiing, and even ringing the buffalo cowbell. With a wide array of activities to choose from, visitors can indulge in the thrill of their choice. Rest assured that all activities at the Phoenix Adventure Park are conducted with utmost safety. The park employs a state-of-the-art safety system imported from abroad, ensuring the highest level of security for all participants. This globally accepted safety standard offers peace of mind while enjoying your daring exploits. As the day comes to a close, return to Chiang Mai and spend a relaxing evening in this charming city.
Embark on an enchanting journey from Chiang Mai to the breathtaking Doi Inthanon National Park, a land of natural wonders and cultural gems. Begin your adventure at the Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, a vibrant research station dedicated to winter plants. Marvel at the colorful flower plots, diverse vegetables, and an array of fruits. This station not only conducts essential research on various agricultural aspects, including flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, fruits, and highland fisheries but also focuses on sharing research findings to promote sustainable development, social progress, and forest watershed conservation. The project plays a crucial role in supporting hill tribe farmers’ families in the neighboring villages by generating income and fostering community development.
Discover the magnificent allure of Wachirathan Waterfall, an impressive natural wonder that stands tall and majestic as one of Thailand’s most beautiful waterfalls, gracing the landscape with its year-round flowing waters. With its towering height reaching an impressive 70 meters, this single-tiered cascade captivates all who lay eyes upon it. The waterfall’s charm is further enhanced during the rainy season when sun-kissed water droplets scatter through the air, giving rise to enchanting rainbows that adorn the surroundings of Wachirathan Waterfall. This mesmerizing phenomenon adds a touch of wonder and magic, elevating the waterfall’s beauty to even greater heights. Wachirathan Waterfall’s grandeur and unyielding flow, regardless of the season, make it a captivating destination for nature lovers and adventurers alike. As you bask in the breathtaking beauty of this natural masterpiece, you’ll find yourself immersed in the sheer splendor and serenity of this enchanting waterfall.
Witness the architectural splendor of the Twin Royal Pagodas, Napamethanidol, and Napapolpumisiri, perched atop a high hill within Doi Inthanon National Park. These elegant pagodas were constructed in collaboration with the Thai people and the Air Force to commemorate the 60th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama 9 in 1987 and to honor Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on her birthday in August 1992. The pagodas are surrounded by enchanting winter flower gardens and a diverse array of plants. The area’s cool climate offers a refreshing ambiance throughout the year, and the panoramic views from this vantage point are considered among the most splendid in Chiang Mai.
Venture to Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest peak towering at an impressive altitude of 2,565 meters above sea level. This majestic mountain is part of the vast Thanon Thongchai Mountain range, which stretches across multiple countries, including Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar. The mountain boasts a rich variety of climates and forests, with opportunities to experience rainforests, pine forests, and mixed forests at different elevations. At the summit, visitors will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic vistas. The allure of Doi Inthanon lies not only in its cool weather and scenic splendor but also in the abundance of its diverse forest ecosystem, attracting travelers from all corners of the globe. Conclude your day’s adventure in the serene and picturesque Mae Hong Son, where you can unwind and revel in the memories of the day’s exploration.
Embark on a spiritual and scenic journey through the wonders of Mae Hong Son, Thailand’s enchanting province. Begin your exploration with a visit to Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu temple, a revered place of worship atop Kong Mu Mountain. This sacred site is graced by two magnificent pagodas, one constructed by “Chong Thong Su” in 1860 and the other by “Phraya Singhanatracha” in 1874. From this hilltop temple, behold the breathtaking beauty of the town, nestled amidst picturesque mountains and valleys. Continuing your temple tour, visit Wat Chong Kham and Wat Chong Klang, two ancient temples standing side by side near a large swamp. Admire their exquisite Burmese-style architecture and the revered Buddha image (Luang Paw To). In Wat Chong Klang, be captivated by an array of intricate Burmese wood carving dolls and grand glass paintings that depict Buddhist history.
Venture to the remarkable Su Tong Pae Bridge, an architectural marvel and the longest bamboo bridge in all of Thailand. This stunning bridge gracefully connects Suan Tham Phusama Temple to the charming Kung Mai Sak village. As you traverse this classic bamboo bridge, you’ll be greeted by the breathtaking sight of emerald paddy fields and tranquil canals stretching into the distance. The bridge not only serves as a picturesque pathway but also provides a convenient route for monks and villagers to traverse the serene landscape. During the rainy season, when the surroundings are cloaked in lush greenery, and the bridge seems to blend seamlessly with nature, the experience becomes truly mesmerizing. In the winter, when the golden grains of the paddy fields shimmer in the sunlight, the scene becomes a golden-hued spectacle that is equally unforgettable.
Next, make your way to Baan Rak Thai village, nestled near the Thailand-Myanmar border. Steeped in history, this village was settled by Chinese Nationalist troops, infusing it with a unique cultural charm. Prepare to be captivated by the stunning mountain vistas, picturesque lakes, and vibrant shrubbery that embrace the village. Wander through the lush green tea plantations, their rows gracefully curving along the mountainside, adding to the village’s allure. While in Baan Rak Thai, indulge in the delightful flavors of Yunnan cuisine, a culinary treat that reflects the village’s heritage. And of course, no visit to Baan Rak Thai is complete without savoring the esteemed Chinese tea, renowned for its exceptional quality. As you immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of this village, you’ll find a sense of tranquility and a unique charm that will remain with you long after you leave.
Bask in the tranquility of Shan village, also known as Baan Ruam Thai or Pang Oung, set amidst a rugged mountain range. Here, a mesmerizing reservoir, often called “Switzerland in Thailand,” takes center stage, embraced by pine forests and colorful winter flowers. The cool weather throughout the year creates a serene atmosphere, perfect for admiring the fog that gently hovers above the lake in the mornings. The captivating beauty of the pine forest, the expansive reservoir, and the vibrant flowers beckons tourists to visit this tranquil oasis in all seasons. As the day comes to a close, revel in the charm of Mae Hong Son and immerse yourself in the warmth of this enchanting province.
Embark on an enriching journey from Mae Hong Son to Pang Mapha District, where captivating experiences await in Ban Ja Bo Village, a serene Lahu hill tribe settlement perched on a ridge amidst breathtaking mountain vistas. The Lahu people have a fascinating history, originating from Tibet and later migrating to the south of China and the northeast of Myanmar over the course of centuries. Eventually, they settled in the northern regions of Thailand. Embracing a simple way of life, the Lahu prefer to build their villages on high lands, away from chaos. They hold strong beliefs in spirit worship and maintain a harmonious relationship with nature. Agriculture, including rice farming and corn planting, forms the core of their livelihood, along with animal husbandry and traditional hunting. Upon arriving at Ban Ja Bo Village, visitors are warmly greeted by the friendly Lahu community, known for their adaptability and open-heartedness towards people from different cultures and languages. Embrace the tranquil surroundings and learn about the tribe’s customs and heritage, making for a truly enriching experience.
Embark on an awe-inspiring journey to Tham Lod Cave, an archaeological marvel nestled in Pang Mapha District. This cave boasts a unique feature, as a stream known as “Lang” flows through it from one end to the other, creating a truly captivating underground wonder. As you venture into the cave’s depths, prepare to be mesmerized by the stunning stalactites and stalagmites that adorn the cave’s interior, creating a mesmerizing natural spectacle. These intricate formations have taken thousands of years to develop, adding to the cave’s allure. But Tham Lod Cave is not just a geological marvel; it also holds significant historical value. Throughout the cave, you’ll encounter an array of ancient tools and utensils, dating back over an astonishing 2,000 years. These well-preserved artifacts provide a fascinating glimpse into the lives of early inhabitants who once called this cave their home. Aside from marveling at the magnificent splendor of nature and the rich archaeological treasures, there are plenty of exciting activities to engage in. Experience the thrill of bamboo rafting inside the cave, where you can peacefully float along the stream, enveloped by the cave’s ancient beauty. The soft murmur of the water and the echo of the cave create a unique ambiance that will stay with you long after you leave. For the adventurous souls, a short trekking excursion around the cave awaits. Explore the surrounding area and revel in the natural beauty of the landscape, which is a treat for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike. Tham Lod Cave offers an extraordinary experience, blending nature’s grandeur with glimpses of the past, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking both adventure and enlightenment.
Continue your adventure to Doi Kiew Lom Viewpoint, a popular destination renowned for its awe-inspiring sea of mist gathering in the valley and the vibrant array of colorful flowers. Witness the mesmerizing panorama and immerse yourself in nature’s splendor. As the day winds down, indulge in the vibrant local lifestyle at a bustling walking street in Pai. Stroll along the street, browse through handmade products, clothing, jewelry, and baskets, and take home some delightful souvenirs. Savor a variety of Thai and international cuisines from the many restaurants lining the street. The lively walking street comes alive from 5 PM until midnight, providing a delightful evening experience. After a day of exploration and cultural immersion, spend the night in Pai, cherishing the memories of this enchanting journey through the heart of northern Thailand.
Embark on a captivating journey through Pai, exploring its unique villages, stunning viewpoints, historical sites, and natural wonders. First, visit Santichon village, a charming settlement belonging to Yunnan Chinese people who migrated from China long ago. Despite the passage of time, the village remains a treasure trove of Yunnan Chinese culture, traditions, and way of life. The houses, decorations, and overall environment still exude the distinct Yunnan Chinese style, offering a fascinating glimpse into their heritage. Nearby, don’t miss the Yun Lai viewpoint, a breathtaking spot that provides panoramic views of Pai city enveloped by lush paddy fields and rugged mountain ranges. The sight of a sea of mist blanketing the area during both winter and the rainy season is truly enchanting. Be sure to catch the spectacular sunrise at the viewpoint, an awe-inspiring moment that will etch a lasting memory in your heart.
Next, visit Wat Phra That Mae Yen Temple, perched atop a high hill in Mae Yen village. From this vantage point, indulge in the mesmerizing landscape that stretches across Pai city. Sunrise and sunset moments are especially magical, as the golden sunlight bathes the horizon, accentuating the intricate beauty of the surrounding mountain ranges. Explore the historical significance of the Memorial Bridge, constructed during World War II when Japan was a significant presence in Thailand. This bridge served as a route for transporting troops and arms into Myanmar, akin to the renowned Kwai River Bridge. While a new bridge has replaced it for modern transportation, the Memorial Bridge stands as a poignant reminder of the area’s history. Many visitors come to take photos, commemorating the past and preserving its memory.
A visit to Pai Canyon, also known as Kong Lan, promises to leave you in awe. This natural attraction is formed by the subsidence of soil on high mountains, sculpted by wind and rain into deep trenches and winding ridge-like formations spanning over 3 acres. As you traverse the narrow, steep trails along the ridges, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding mixed deciduous forest, villages, and farms below. Lastly, explore the Merit Bridge, known as “Khokuso,” a symbolic bridge built by the villagers. This winding bamboo bridge connects Pambok village and Huai Khai Khiri temple, serving as a convenient passage for monks to receive alms without disturbing the villagers’ agricultural crops. Besides its practical purpose, the bridge offers both tourists and villagers the chance to make merit and revel in the beauty of the forest, mountains, and rice fields along the way. After a day filled with cultural discoveries and natural splendors, spend the night in Pai, cherishing the memories of this enriching and captivating journey.
Embark on a mesmerizing journey from Pai to Mae Taeng District, where a plethora of natural wonders, cultural delights, and architectural marvels await. First, visit the Pong Dueat Hot Springs, a grand geyser-like hot spring with steam rising regularly. This underground hot spring boasts a temperature between 170-200 degrees Celsius, while the surface water hovers around 90-100 degrees Celsius, emitting a constant aroma of sulfur. Surrounding the hot springs is a lush jungle, offering a nature study route spanning approximately 1.5 km. This scenic path leads you through towering trees, ferns, and moss, presenting a captivating journey that forms a circular loop and crosses a long bridge. Along the way, informative signboards share insights about Pong Dueat Hot Springs and the plants you encounter, adding to the enriching experience.
Next, venture to Mork Fah Waterfall, nestled within Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. This single-tiered waterfall may not be the largest, but its water flows throughout the year. Streams from the dense forest converge, forming two branches that cascade gracefully into rocky cliffs below. Surrounded by abundant trees and moss and fern-covered plants, the waterfall creates a magical scene when sunlight pierces through, reflecting off the cascading waters, forming a sparkling rainbow. In autumn, the atmosphere takes on a different charm, and in the rainy season, the waterfall’s strength intensifies, enveloping the area in a magnificent display of power and beauty.
Continue your exploration by visiting Wat Ban Den Temple, also known as Wat Den Sari Sri Muang Kaen, located in Inthakin Sub-District. The temple’s name is derived from the auspicious “Sari Tree” or Bodhi tree found within its grounds. As it sits within the ancient city of Muang Kaen, the locals affectionately refer to it as “Wat Den Sari Sri Muang Kaen.” This hilltop temple offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and features exquisite Thai Lanna architecture in its various buildings, including the ubosot, tripitaka hall, drum tower, Inthakin pole sanctuary, Lanna cubicle golden teak, and pagoda.
Visit Hinoki Land, a unique attraction that serves as Thailand’s first and only hinoki wood kingdom, meticulously curated to showcase Japanese art, culture, and architecture. Spread across an 83-rai area, Hinoki Land transports visitors to a beautiful Japanese atmosphere. Adorned with Japanese-style buildings, a grand red lantern arch at the entrance symbolizing “good luck,” and a tunnel lined with 88 pairs of torii gates leading to the majestic Hinoki Castle inspired by Kinkakuji Castle in Kyoto, this destination offers an enchanting Japanese experience amidst mountainous and forested surroundings.
Conclude your day’s journey in Ban Tha Ton Village, a charming border village adjacent to Myanmar in Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai Province. The village is embraced by picturesque mountains and a tranquil river, boasting a cool climate throughout the year. Immersed in the cultural diversity of the multi-ethnic hill tribe people living in the vicinity, visitors will relish the opportunity to experience their customs and traditions fully. A highlight of the visit is Wat Tha Ton Temple, beautifully perched on a hillside with a nine-layered base, each tier housing sacred religious places and culminating in the highest peak housing “Phra Borommathat Ratchamangkalachan Samanchan” or “Phra Chedi Kaew.” From every peak, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Ban Tha Ton Village, Mae Ai District, and the surrounding mountains. As the day draws to a close, savor the captivating experiences of the journey and spend the night in Ban Tha Ton Village, cherishing the beauty and serenity of this charming borderland retreat.
Embark on an enriching journey to Ban Huai San Village in Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai Province, where cultural discoveries, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant markets await. Begin your visit at the Roi Jai Rak Project, a thoughtful initiative managed by the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King. The project’s main goal is to enhance the quality of life for the local hill tribe communities by creating employment opportunities and generating income. The project encompasses Suan Roi Jai Rak, a delightful garden plantation showcasing a variety of winter flowers and vegetables for visitors to admire. Additionally, explore Kad Luang Roi Jai Rak, a market where villagers present high-quality produce, including fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers, along with intricate handicrafts for tourists to peruse and purchase.
Next, immerse yourself in the fascinating culture, traditions, and lifestyle of the Akha hill tribe. Originally from southern China, the Akha people have migrated and established villages in the north of Myanmar and, eventually, settled in the north of Thailand over the past century. These vibrant communities prefer high-altitude living, typically residing at around 1,000 meters above sea level. Most Akha houses are built on the ground, featuring thatched roofs and bamboo walls, often situated on flat areas along mountain ridges. Agriculture, including crop cultivation and livestock rearing, forms the backbone of their economy. Household industries such as sewing, embroidery, and silverware crafting also contribute to their livelihood. Admire the Akha women’s colorful dresses adorned with eye-catching silverware and multicolored beads, a tribal attire as captivating as that of other northern Thai tribes.
Venture to Doi Mae Salong, renowned for cultivating excellent tea and surrounded by breathtaking beauty. Green terraced tea plantations spread across the area, offering a serene and tranquil atmosphere for visitors to enjoy. Doi Mae Salong is a Chinese Yunnan village, whose residents immigrated to Thailand decades ago due to political changes in China. Scattered settlements emerged in northern Thailand in 1961, and the Thai government officially welcomed Chinese immigrants to settle in Thailand in 1972. Agriculture, particularly tea and various fruits and vegetables, became their primary occupation. Apart from the scenic terraced tea plantations and mountain vistas, the village exudes an ambiance reminiscent of a Chinese village in southern China.
Continue your journey to Chiang Rai to visit the impressive Wat Huay Pla Kang Temple. Perched atop a small hill, the temple boasts stunning views of its surroundings. Notably, the temple’s 9-storey, 12-sided chedi captivates with its unique shape adorned with intricate Chinese and Lanna arts. The chedi’s red roof is flanked by two majestic dragon statues, leading visitors up the stairs to its peak. Inside the chedi, an exquisite large sandalwood statue of the Goddess Guan Yin Bodhisattva graces the space. The temple also features a 69-meter-tall statue of Guan Yin Bodhisattva, nearly the height of a 25-storey building, with an elevator system providing easy access for tourists to enjoy breathtaking views of Chiang Rai. As the day comes to an end, find comfort and rest in Chiang Rai, reflecting on the captivating experiences of the journey and the beauty of the destinations explored.
Embark on an enchanting journey to Mae Fah Luang District, where the captivating Doi Tung Palace and Mae Fah Luang Garden await. These popular attractions in Chiang Rai draw tourists year-round with their mesmerizing displays of beautifully lined flowers, rotating and changing with the seasons to showcase Mae Fah Luang Garden’s beauty in all its glory. Admire the exquisite Lanna-style art and architecture of Doi Tung Palace, adding to the charm of the surroundings. Continue your adventure to Mae Sai District, Thailand’s northernmost region, which shares a border with Myanmar’s Tachilek province, connected by the Mae Sai River and a bridge linking the two cities. From the Thai side, you’ll catch a glimpse of Myanmar, and a visit to Mae Sai Market, a renowned border market, is a must. The bustling marketplace is a shopper’s paradise, offering an assortment of goods at affordable prices, including electrical appliances, local crafts, herbs, wicker products, and delectable dry foods.
Continuing the journey, venture to the historic Golden Triangle at Sop Ruak Village, Chiang Saen District, where the Mekong River demarcates the border between Thailand and Laos, while the Ruak River separates Thailand and Myanmar. From this vantage point, tourists can witness the clear borders of Myanmar and Laos, and here lies the intriguing past of the Golden Triangle. In times gone by, the region comprising the junction of these three countries was known for its opium cultivation, making it the epicenter of opium production worldwide. The name “Golden Triangle” originated from the riches derived from trading raw opium, often referred to as “black gold.” However, as the times changed, opium cultivation and trade have ceased, leaving behind fascinating legends and historical stories. Upon delving into the past of the Golden Triangle, visitors can explore the awe-inspiring Golden Triangle Buddha. This remarkable statue, crafted from bronze and gilded with topaz, stands with a weight of up to 69 tons, a lap width of 10 meters, and a soaring height of 15 meters. The Golden Triangle Buddha was erected to replace the former Buddha image that had once been submerged in the waters of the Mekong River. Today, it stands majestically enshrined outdoors on the Mekong River’s shore, serving as a symbol of peace and serenity in this historically significant area..
Embark on a serene cruise along the Mekong River, appreciating the beauty of nature and the unique ways of life of the riverbank communities. The Mekong River is a vital waterway that originates in the Tibetan Plateau and meanders through China, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand, before emptying into the South China Sea. It has long sustained the livelihoods and cultures of the people living along its banks, connecting diverse communities and fostering economic and cultural ties. End the day at Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, a bustling night market drawing Thai and international visitors alike. The bazaar showcases a plethora of hill tribe handicrafts, local products, clothing, accessories, and home furnishings. Indulge in a variety of delectable food and beverages while enjoying folk cultural activities and performances by hill tribes, all set amidst the enchanting Lanna aesthetics. Retreat for the night in Chiang Rai, reflecting on the wonders explored during this memorable journey.
Embark on a journey to the enchanting Wat Rong Suea Ten Temple, also known as the Blue Temple, a true gem among the temples in Chiang Rai. Designed by the talented Chiang Rai folk artist, Mr. Puttha Kabkaew, the temple’s interior is a masterpiece of applied art, adorned with dominant blue and gold colors that create a stunning and beautiful ambiance. Within the temple, you will find the revered Phra Buddha Ratchamongkol Bodi Tri Lokanath, a Buddha image containing sacred relics, offering visitors a place of worship and contemplation.
Next, visit Singha Park Farm, an agricultural delight and a must-see attraction brought to you by Boon Rawd Brewery. Spread over an expansive 3,000-acre area, the park features rolling hills, a vast lake, and captivating landscapes. A farm car service will take you through the picturesque green oolong tea plantations, vibrant fruit kingdoms filled with melons, strawberries, raspberries, giant gooseberries, and a colorful array of fruits. Stroll through the vegetable and herb gardens, bask in the beauty of blooming flower fields, and engage with African animals amidst the lush green fields.
Continuing the journey, set your sights on the awe-inspiring Wat Rong Khun Temple, famously known as the White Temple. This architectural wonder was conceived and built by the renowned artist Professor Chalermchai Kositpipat. With the desire to create a masterpiece that harmoniously blends art and Lanna culture, the temple is a sight to behold. Adorned with intricate stucco patterns adorned with glass and large wall paintings, the pure white chapel is as ethereal as a heavenly castle, showcasing contemporary religious architecture. The bridge leading to the chapel unveils a hidden puzzle of religious precepts through sculptures depicting heaven and hell. The chapel’s interior, bedecked with shiny silver mirror patterns, and the art galleries with exquisite sculptures, offer a truly captivating experience for visitors. As the day draws to a close, return to Chiang Mai, where the charm of this vibrant city awaits, promising an enriching and delightful stay.
As your remarkable journey in Northern Thailand comes to an end, it is time to bid farewell. Our dedicated team will transfer you to Chiang Mai Airport to ensure that your return journey or onward travels to other destinations go smoothly, and this is where our service ends.