The city can easily consume a week with sightseeing, holiday courses, outdoor activities and eating. There are many types of cuisine specialities of the city include sushi bars around the university, Burmese curries, Thai street food and vegetarian health food that motivate most traveler spending their time walking around and consume both food and classical atmosphere.
Nestled into the foothills of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a sanctuary. The pace is laid-back, the accoutrements are international and the landscape is picturesque. It is a fine urban specimen with a much-celebrated traditional culture ideal for sightseers, nature buffs and city connoisseurs.
Chiang Mai built a moated quarter filled with a multitude of temples. Spending time around these sacred spaces you’ll find art, architecture and enlightenment, as many a offer meditation courses to tourists who are willing to do more than just look. Beyond the historic centre is a dynamic and modern place. The mixture of Bangkok refugees, artists, international NGO-workers and hip university students, carving out creative spaces amid Thailand’s ubiquitous. Head down to Nimmanhaemin road and you’ll find the city’s future movers and shakers, especially shaking it in the nightclubs and bars.
The mountains of Doi Suthep and Doi Pui are constant and scenic unforgettable combine with a journey from the steamy plains into the mountains for a meditative escape has become an ultimate choice for visiting.