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Chiang Mai, boasting of a rich history dating back from 700 years ago, is the ideal starting place for your well-deserved Thailand vacation. Join this half-day tour which aims to give guests an overview of the beautiful city!

Included in the itinerary is the 600-year-old Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which lies 3,500 feet above sea level. Inside you will find the symbol of the city, the copper-plated Chedi that is topped by a five-tier gold parasol containing relics of the Lord Buddha. From the terrace on a clear day, you will have a fine panoramic view of the entire city. Isn’t that wonderful? There’s also the glorious Wat Suan Dok, where the ash remains of Chiang Mai's Royal Family are kept and the enchanting Wat Phra Singh, known for its collection of fine buildings and old library.

Other stops included in the itinerary are Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Jed Yod and Wat Chiang Mun. Prepare your eyes for half a day filled with majestic sights and impressive architecture — join this half-day tour and be an explorer in your own right!


- Join-in tour basis
- Accident insurance
- Services of an English-speaking guide
- Transfers from Chiang Mai city hotel


- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Meals and beverages


- Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, one of most outstanding landmarks of Chiang Mai 3,500 feet above sea level
- Wat Suan Dok, 600 y.o. temple the name of which roughly translates as 'field of flowers'
- Wat Chedi Luang, “the temple of the Great Stupa” is one of most important temples located in the ancient walled part of the city
- Visit other temples on your way: Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chiang Mun

Additional Information

- Itinerary and rates are subject to change without prior notice. Peak season surcharges may apply.
- Exact pick-up time will be provided by your host. Please be ready in at least 15 minutes prior to specified time.
- Please do not bring unnecessary belongings during the tour. Host will not be liable to any loss or damages.
- Other languages are available for the tour but is subject to confirmation and may add to the tour cost.
- Please do not bring unnecessary belongings during the tour. Host will not be liable to any loss or damages.
- Visiting temples may require proper dress code. Please contact host.

What to wear:
- Conservative clothes
- Top that covers the shoulders
- Bottom that covers the knees and ankle
- No shorts for men or short skirt for women
- Closed shoes
- Extra t-shirt
- Water
- Food (optional)
- Camera

Safety- - Children must be accompanied by a paying adult at all times.

Warnings- - In case of extreme weather conditions, this tour may be cancel. In such cases, your host will get in touch with you directly.


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