20 Tourist Attractions In Chiang Mai Thailand [2024]

Chiang Mai province has a lot of tourist attractions. You can explore abundant natural beauty, visit beautiful temples to make offerings and pay respect to the Buddha. It can be said that Chiang Mai remains one of the top destinations for both Thai and foreign tourists because it offers a complete range of experiences and pleasures. Whether it’s the high mountain peaks, misty sea, flower gardens, or charming cafes within the city, it satisfies all types of travelers. Just make sure you have enough days off prepared because you can’t fully explore all the places in Chiang Mai in just one day. Many people end up coming back several times. TripAway Thailand has gathered 20 places to visit in Chiang Mai, where you can experience nature, pay respects to the Buddha, and enjoy a relaxing time in the city. Let’s plan a fun-filled trip together with friends, and we’ll take a look together!

01

Phra That Doi Suthep

If you come to Chiang Mai and do not visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, the sacred and iconic place of Chiang Mai, it’s as if you haven’t really been to the province. This place boasts the exquisite beauty of the golden pagoda, a landmark that stands out and offers a stunning sight for both Thai and foreign tourists who come to pay their respects according to the history of Doi Suthep.

Originally, this mountain was inhabited by hermits called “Sutheva,” a name similar to the word “supreme” which is the origin of the name of this lofty mountain. The construction of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep took place in the 19th century during the reign of King Kue Na of the Lanna Kingdom of the Mengrai dynasty. The purpose was to enshrine the sacred relics brought from the city of Sichanalai.

Phra That Doi Suthep stands at an elevation of 689 meters above sea level, and 1,046 meters above sea level. There is an 11-kilometer long road leading up to the temple, making it convenient for the general public to ascend. There are two main routes to go up:

  • Climb the Naga Staircase, which has a total of 306 steps.
  • Take the tram, which operates from 06:00 to 18:00.
Phra That Doi Suthep
Phra That Doi Suthep
Phra That Doi Suthep

Address: Tambon Suthep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200.

Map: Google Maps

02

Mae Kha Canal

Mae Kha Canal is a new landmark of Chiang Mai province, located in the city area near Chang Klan Road, which is quite accessible from within the city. It has become a trendy spot in the heart of Chiang Mai nowadays. The Mae Kha Canal is a small canal with a length of only 750 meters, but it holds the title of being the “Otaru of Thailand” due to its picturesque charm. The canal has been beautifully renovated, and wastewater has been treated to ensure clear water. The landscape on both sides has been enhanced, creating a beautiful and pleasant atmosphere. It is perfect for strolling, taking photos, or just relaxing.

In the evening, the atmosphere along the Mae Kha Canal becomes even more enchanting with the warm glow of lights, reminiscent of being in Japan. Moreover, there are plenty of food and drink stalls along the canal, making it convenient for visitors to enjoy delicious treats.

To reach Mae Kha Canal, if you are traveling by private car, you can park your car in the parking area before reaching the Mae Kha Canal bridge. For those without private cars, you can easily take a red songthaew (shared taxi) to get here.

Mae Kha Canal
Mae Kha Canal
Mae Kha Canal
Mae Kha Canal

Address: Amphoe Mueang, Chiang Mai Province, 50200, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

03

Tha Phae Walking Street

For those who enjoy strolling through markets and finding delicious food, fashionable clothing, and local handicrafts, Tha Phae Walking Street in Chiang Mai is a must-visit place. It is the largest walking street in Chiang Mai, open only on Sundays from 18:00 to 22:00. The street starts at Tha Phae Gate and extends along Ratchadamnoen Road to Wat Phra Singh, covering a distance of about 1 kilometer.

Along the walking street, you’ll find numerous shops selling souvenirs, local delicacies, and various handmade products, showcasing the city’s rich cultural heritage. Besides the shops, there are also various shows and performances entertaining the tourists. It’s a popular spot not only for Thai tourists but also for international visitors who want to experience the beauty of Chiang Mai in the evening.

The highlight of Tha Phae Walking Street is Tha Phae Gate, which serves as a meeting point and a venue for various important festivals and events. It’s recommended not to bring private cars to Tha Phae Walking Street as the area can get heavily congested. Instead, you can easily travel there by taking a red songthaew (shared taxi), taxi, or Grab, which is more convenient.

Tha Phae Walking Street
Tha Phae Walking Street
Tha Phae Walking Street
Tha Phae Walking Street

Address: Ratchadamnoen Road, Tambon Sri Poom, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

04

Chiang Mai Zoo

Another must-visit landmark in Chiang Mai is the Chiang Mai Zoo, which is considered a large zoo with a wide variety of both Thai and international animal species that are not commonly seen elsewhere. The Chiang Mai Zoo is located on Huay Kaew Road, Tambon Suthep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai Province. It covers an area of over 531 acres and houses more than 7,000 animals from both Thailand and imported from different countries.

Inside the zoo, there are different zones and various activities for tourists to enjoy, such as the Chiang Mai Aquarium, which showcases marine animals with a tunnel over 133 meters long, featuring adorable creatures like penguins and capybaras imported from Aquaria in Okinawa, Japan. Another zone is the Chiang Mai Snow Dome, where you can experience the only snowstorm in Thailand with temperatures below freezing at -7 degrees Celsius.

Lastly, there is the Open Zoo zone, which houses over 200 wild animals living in a natural habitat. To get to Chiang Mai Zoo, you can drive there in about 20 minutes from the city center or take a tuk-tuk, red songthaew heading to Doi Suthep, or public bus route number 3, all of which are very convenient. It’s a great place for families to bring their children for relaxation, enjoyment, and a chance to learn about various animal species.

Chiang Mai Zoo
Chiang Mai Zoo
Chiang Mai Zoo
Chiang Mai Zoo

Address: 100 Huay Kaew Road, Tambon Suthep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

05

Doi Inthanon

Continuing on to Doi Inthanon, one of the must-visit places when traveling to Chiang Mai. It is the highest peak in Thailand and a popular natural attraction that awaits you to experience the abundant beauty of nature and the sea of mist in the early morning.

In addition to its natural beauty, Doi Inthanon offers waterfalls, step rice fields, and the stunning viewpoint of Nang Phaya Sua Krong. It’s a guaranteed favorite for nature enthusiasts. Furthermore, it is easily accessible. Once you reach Doi Inthanon, you must visit the twin chedis, Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Phra Mahathat Naphapholphumisiri, which are significant landmarks of Chiang Mai province, standing majestically on the mountain surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. Don’t miss the opportunity to take beautiful photos of the Nang Phaya Sua Krong tree or the Royal Agricultural Research Center at Huai Wawong, which blossoms in January every year and is another popular photography spot.

To get to Doi Inthanon, you can drive your private car from Chiang Mai city, following Highway 108 Chiang Mai-Chom Thong and then turn right onto Highway 1009 Chom Thong-Inthanon. It’s approximately 50 kilometers to reach the summit of Doi Inthanon.

Doi Inthanon
Doi Inthanon
Doi Inthanon
Doi Inthanon

Address: Tambon Ban Luang, Amphoe Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai 50270, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

06

Ang Kaew Reservoir, CMU

Ang Kaew Reservoir is one of the well-known tourist destinations in Chiang Mai, attracting both Thai and international travelers. It is a beautiful recreational spot located within Chiang Mai University. Originally built as a university water reservoir, its scenic beauty has made it a popular relaxation spot for students to unwind and take a break from their studies. Additionally, its picturesque surroundings provide excellent photo opportunities, making it a viral sensation on social media, ultimately earning its fame as a renowned leisure destination.

The atmosphere around Ang Kaew Reservoir is tranquil, offering stunning views of Doi Suthep as a backdrop, creating a breathtaking landscape. The air here is pure and refreshing throughout the day. For anyone who has the opportunity to visit Chiang Mai University, taking a moment to relax and enjoy the natural beauty at Ang Kaew Reservoir is highly recommended. It’s a guaranteed way to rejuvenate and destress from your travels or everyday life.

Ang Kaew Reservoir, CMU
Ang Kaew Reservoir, CMU
Ang Kaew Reservoir, CMU
Ang Kaew Reservoir, CMU

Address: Soi Sukhothai 5, Tambon Suthep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

07

Mae Pan Trail

For those who love to explore natural wonders, take nature walks, and experience cool, lush forests, Mae Pan Trail is a must-visit destination in Chiang Mai. It is a nature education trail located on Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest peak, offering breathtaking viewpoints along the approximately 3-kilometer circular route. The entire hike takes around 2-4 hours, and the elevation is about 2,000 meters above sea level.

The trail is well-maintained and offers comfortable walking paths with resting spots at intervals. Guides are available to lead the way and provide information about the unique plants and rare wildlife found in the area, such as the century-old blooming roses that only flower during the winter or ancient ferns.

The initial part of the Mae Pan Trail takes you through moist evergreen forests with gentle slopes. It is a relatively easy walk suitable for children and the elderly. As you progress, you will reach the highlight of Mae Pan, a vast grassy field that provides a clear view of the sea of mist. There is a balcony where you can stop to admire the scenery and take photos.

Continuing on, you’ll venture into another part of the moist evergreen forest, accompanied by the surrounding natural beauty, before returning to the starting point. If you have the opportunity to visit Doi Inthanon, don’t miss the chance to explore and marvel at the abundant natural wonders along the Mae Pan Trail.

Mae Pan Trail
Mae Pan Trail
Mae Pan Trail
Mae Pan Trail

Address: Tambon Chang Khoeng, Amphoe Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai 50270, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

08

Tha Phae Gate

Tha Phae Gate is a popular landmark and a must-visit checkpoint in Chiang Mai province. It is located on Tha Phae Road, Tambon Chang Klan, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai. The gate is a favorite spot for tourists to capture photos as they walk by flocks of pigeons flying back and forth.

Tha Phae Gate, formerly known as Chiang Ruek Gate, is an eastern-facing gate and one of the five layered gates of Chiang Mai province. Currently, it is the only city gate that still has its door. In history, Tha Phae Gate used to have two layers and was strategically positioned to defend the city during wartime. Its age and historical significance contribute to its beauty and allure.

Furthermore, Tha Phae Gate is the starting point of the Tha Phae Walking Street, a pedestrian street market that is held every Sunday. It is also a venue for various cultural and traditional events in Chiang Mai.

To reach Tha Phae Gate, if you’re traveling by private car, it’s recommended to park nearby. Alternatively, you can take a red songthaew (a local public transportation vehicle) that goes to the entrance area.

Tha Phae Gate
Tha Phae Gate
Tha Phae Gate
Tha Phae Gate

Address: Tha Phae Road, Tambon Chang Klan, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

09

Nimmanhaemin Road

Nimmanhaemin Road is an important street known for its modern and trendy establishments, especially cafes and various bakeries. Additionally, it offers numerous accommodations for tourists. The majority of shops on this street are creatively decorated with unique and appealing ideas, making them attractive and alluring to customers. It is a bustling street that never sleeps, attracting both the locals of Chiang Mai and tourists from all over the country to immerse themselves in the ambiance of this area.

During the daytime, Nimmanhaemin Road serves as a business district with restaurants, cafes, and shopping centers like the MAYA Mall and the Think Park project. In the evening, it transforms into a nightlife hotspot where people enjoy entertainment, sit in various establishments, listen to chill music, and visit renowned entertainment venues like the Warm Up Cafe, which is a favorite among travelers seeking recreational activities. There are many other options to choose from as well.

Every alley of Nimmanhaemin Road is interconnected, but walking or using a red songthaew (a local public transportation vehicle) is recommended to explore the area conveniently.

Nimmanhaemin Road
Nimmanhaemin Road
Nimmanhaemin Road
Nimmanhaemin Road

Address: Tambon Su Thep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

10

Hydrangea Flower Field, Khun Pae Development Project

For those who enjoy admiring breathtaking natural scenery and taking selfies amidst a field of flowers, as well as strolling along beautiful terraced rice fields on the mountains, I highly recommend visiting the Hydrangea Flower Field at the Khun Pae Development Project in Chiang Mai. The project is situated in Ban Pae, Amphoe Chom Thong, Chiang Mai Province. It was established in the year 1983, following the royal initiative of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX), to help the Karen and Hmong hill tribes, providing alternative livelihoods to opium cultivation and slash-and-burn farming.

The Hydrangea Flower Field is one of the experimental plantations under the Khun Pae Development Project. The flowers usually start blooming from October, and the field is in full bloom during November to February. I recommend visiting during the early rainy season, as it coincides with the rice planting season, allowing you to witness the stunning green terraced fields on the mountainsides. As the season progresses, the fields turn into a golden yellow hue, creating a breathtaking vista throughout the project area from October to early November.

Apart from the mesmerizing natural views, the serene and tranquil atmosphere is perfect for leisurely tourism. You will also have the opportunity to observe the lifestyles of the Karen and Hmong hill tribes in the nearby villages. So, do plan a visit to this place; you won’t be disappointed.

Hydrangea Flower Field, Khun Pae Development Project
Hydrangea Flower Field, Khun Pae Development Project
Hydrangea Flower Field, Khun Pae Development Project
Hydrangea Flower Field, Khun Pae Development Project

Address: Tambon Ban Pae, Amphoe Chom Thong, Chiang Mai 50240, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

11

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

The Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is located in Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province. It was granted royal permission from Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother, during the reign of King Rama IX, to use her name for this botanical garden. The garden serves as a conservation and collection center for various plant species, carefully cultivated to harmonize with nature. Visitors can delight in the sight of a vast array of flower gardens and diverse plant species. It is a place for relaxation, rejuvenation, and learning about nature all at once.

In addition to the various plant species, there is a must-visit attraction called the Canopy Walkway, the longest skywalk in Thailand, stretching over 400 meters with a height of over 20 meters. The sturdy steel structure allows visitors to walk amid the pristine air. To visit this botanical garden, you can take your private car and park at various designated spots throughout the garden.

The Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden is open daily from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden
Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden
Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden
Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Address: 100 Moo 9, Tambon Mae Ram, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

12

Orange JinJoo Garden

Another top trending tourist destination right now in Chiang Mai that you shouldn’t miss if you’re visiting the city is the Orange JinJoo Garden. This terraced orange garden is beautifully surrounded by mountain views, making it the perfect spot for those who want to capture that cute Korean-style farm girl look. There are plenty of photo opportunities in every corner, and each spot is absolutely stunning.

One of the must-visit spots is the orange orchard staircase, where you can climb up the stairs to take pictures with the JinJoo Garden as your backdrop. It’s a fantastic spot to showcase your charm amid the orange groves. Another incredible spot is the observation deck, which offers breathtaking views of the mountains and the orange garden together. And of course, you cannot miss the picnic area, where you can relax and enjoy the garden during the afternoon.

The Orange JinJoo Garden has many more lovely spots for you to explore all day long. If you are a photography enthusiast, this place is an absolute must-visit for you.

Orange JinJoo Garden
Orange JinJoo Garden
Orange JinJoo Garden
Orange JinJoo Garden

Address: 93 Tambon Mae Ram, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

13

Wat Phra That Doi Kham

Wat Phra That Doi Kham is located on a small hill in the Doi Kham area, Mae Hia Sub-district, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. It is an ancient and historically significant temple that dates back over 1300 years, since the time of King Hripuñjaya. The temple houses the revered chedi containing the relics of Lord Buddha, making it a sacred and revered site for the locals and visitors alike in Chiang Mai.

The surroundings of Wat Phra That Doi Kham are surrounded by nature and mountains, creating a serene atmosphere. There is also a viewpoint on the temple’s terrace that offers a clear view of Chiang Mai’s landscape. People from the local region and tourists often come here to pay their respects and seek blessings from the revered Buddha statue, known to grant wishes and bring success to those who sincerely make their wishes.

For those who enjoy walking the path of merit, a visit to Chiang Mai would not be complete without stopping by Wat Phra That Doi Kham.

Wat Phra That Doi Kham
Wat Phra That Doi Kham
Wat Phra That Doi Kham
Wat Phra That Doi Kham

Address: Mae Hia Sub-district, Mueang District, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

14

Doi Luang Chiang Dao

Doi Luang Chiang Dao is the third highest mountain in Thailand, located in Chiang Dao District, Chiang Mai Province. Rising to an altitude of over 2,225 meters above sea level, it is a dream destination for many travelers who seek to conquer its peak and experience the breathtaking views that lie ahead. The overall Chiang Dao area is known for its limestone mountains, ranking just below Doi Inthanon and Doi Pha Hom Pok. Additionally, it is designated as a New World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

The highlight of Doi Luang Chiang Dao is the magnificent view of the sunset from the summit, which captivates visitors with its stunning beauty, surrounded by the natural splendor of mountains, forests, and the gentle warmth of the setting sun. It is a scene beyond words and a reward for the journey to the top, amidst the beauty of nature, mist, and pleasant coolness.

There are also other viewpoints, such as Doi Kiw Lom and Ang Salung, offering various perspectives of the area. If you plan to visit, it is advisable to make travel arrangements well in advance, as registration is required through the website of the Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary.

Doi Luang Chiang Dao
Doi Luang Chiang Dao

Address: Chiang Dao District, Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai 50170, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

15

Doi Mon Jaem

Doi Mon Jaem is located in Mae Raem Subdistrict, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province. It is a mountain where you can experience the cool breeze and the green mountains, cold-climate fruits and vegetables, and can enjoy the scenery all year round. Additionally, on top of Doi Mon Jaem, there are many photo spots, walking trails, and the opportunity to admire the beauty of nature, such as Ju Jin Orchard, Pang Hwa Orange Garden, Ying Yang Flower Garden, and Ghek Hoi Flower Field.

The history of Doi Mon Jaem dates back to when the area was called “Giew Seua” and was a wild forest. Later, the villagers came to clear the forest and plant opium. Eventually, the Royal Project approached and bought the land for the Doi Nong Hoy Project. Khun Jaem-Choraj Choochai Suchiva, the owner of M.J. Phisan Satchanee Foundation, as the president of the project, came in to develop and improve the Doi Mon Jaem area into a tourist destination, taking on the form of a camping resort. This has led to the emergence of various resorts on Doi Mon Jaem until the present day. If anyone wants to experience the cool atmosphere, return to the mountains, and enjoy the complex and alternating scenery, you can drive up there.

Doi Mon Jaem
Doi Mon Jaem
Doi Mon Jaem

Address: Mae Raem Sub-district, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

16

Mae Kampong Village

Mae Kampong is a small village hidden amidst the mountains and surrounded by nature. It has become a popular tourist destination where many people like to visit and experience a simple and slow-paced lifestyle. You can immerse yourself in the pure atmosphere of nature, and it’s not far from Chiang Mai city, making it easily accessible and convenient to travel to.

Mae Kampong has become a trendy spot for many young hipsters, where you can enjoy overnight homestays, experience the laid-back atmosphere, or just take a comfortable day trip. One of the highlights here is the coffee shops with beautiful views, serving delicious coffee that satisfies your taste buds. Some well-known places include birdwatching and nature-watching shops, as well as the Mae Kampong coffee terrace.

Apart from that, there are other tourist attractions such as the Royal Project at Mae Kampong, Nam Lod Waterfall, and Mae Kampong Waterfall, to name a few. To get to Mae Kampong, you can drive by private car via the route through San Kamphaeng District, which is about 50 kilometers in distance. Alternatively, you can also take public transportation by getting on the Chiang Mai Hot Spring – San Kamphaeng route, with two daily trips to Mae Kampong village. It’s a very convenient and comfortable journey indeed.

Mae Kampong Village
Mae Kampong Village
Mae Kampong Village
Mae Kampong Village

Address: Moo 2, Tambon Huay Kaew, Amphoe Mae On, Chiang Mai 50130.

Map: Google Maps

17

Khun Chang Khian

Khun Chang Khian is an agricultural research station and training center located in Chiang Mai province. It is situated in the Mueang district of Chiang Mai. Every year, during the winter season in January, visitors can come to witness the blooming of the Mexican Sunflower (Tithonia diversifolia) flowers on both sides of the road leading to the research station. The Khun Chang Khian Agricultural Research Station is one of the agricultural research stations under the Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University. It conducts research on coffee seeds, temperate fruits, and subtropical fruits.

This place is considered the closest and most beautiful Mexican Sunflower field to Chiang Mai, resembling the atmosphere of being in Japan. It’s an ideal spot for taking Instagram-worthy photos. The journey to Khun Chang Khian can be easily made by private car, following the same route to Doi Suthep and Mae Wa Village in Doi Pui. Alternatively, public transportation is also available by taking a shared Songthaew (a type of local passenger truck) from the starting point near the Doi Suthep Temple to Khun Chang Khian.

Khun Chang Khian
Khun Chang Khian
Khun Chang Khian
Khun Chang Khian

Address: RWR3+J53, Mae Bua Mong Road, Don Kaeo Sub-district, Mueang District, Chiang Mai 50300.

Map: Google Maps

18

Mae Tia Waterfall

Mae Tia Waterfall is located in Doi Inthanon National Park, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province. It is the largest and most beautiful waterfall in the park, but still not widely known among tourists. The waterfall originates from Mae Tia Stream flowing through the forest, creating a total of four tiers with a combined height of 100 meters. It is situated amidst the lush greenery of the deep forest, making it an ideal spot for nature exploration and camping.

In addition to the waterfall, there is a 5-kilometer nature study trail for those who enjoy trekking through the forest and birdwatching. The journey to Mae Tia Waterfall from Chiang Mai city by private car requires heading to Highway 108, and upon reaching Chom Thong District, take a right turn at the district office. It’s about a 15-kilometer drive from there to the waterfall’s entrance. Alternatively, if you’re using public transportation, you can take a bus from Chiang Mai to Hod or Chom Thong and then hire a motorcycle taxi to take you to the Doi Inthanon National Park Visitor Center.

Mae Tia Waterfall
Mae Tia Waterfall
Mae Tia Waterfall
Mae Tia Waterfall

Address: Mae Tia Waterfall, Doi Kaeo Sub-district, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai 50160.

Map: Google Maps

19

Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn

Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn, also known as Wat Phra Singh, is a first-class royal temple of the Woramahaviharn type. It is located in Phra Singh Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai Province. The temple was built in the year 1888 by King Inthawichayanon, the fifth king of the Mangrai dynasty, to enshrine the ashes of his father, King Kham Fu. In the year 1943, the temple invited the sacred Buddha image or Phra Singh Buddha image of significant importance to be enshrined at Wat Lichiang Phra, which was the original name of this temple. Later, the name was changed to Wat Phra Singh until the year 1940 during the reign of King Rama VIII. Since then, the temple has been granted the status of a first-class royal temple of the Woramahaviharn type.

From that time onwards, this temple has been a prominent place of beauty and artistic significance, blending Lanna and Rattanakosin art styles. Those who wish to admire the beauty of this Thai-style art can come and pay their respects to the revered Phra Sri Satsada (Luang Pho To) here.

Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn
Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn
Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn
Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn

Address: 2 Samlan Road, Phra Sing Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50280, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps

20

Lung Decha Tea Plantation

Lung Decha Tea Plantation is a renowned tea plantation located in Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai Province. It is a popular destination for tourists, especially those who appreciate green tea and enjoy the serene and pure atmosphere of a tea plantation surrounded by lush hills and forests. The plantation was established with the intention of providing a peaceful retreat for visitors to recharge amidst the green nature fully. One of the highlights of this place is undoubtedly the picturesque tea plantation terraces, descending from the hills, and the photo spots with baskets full of freshly picked tea leaves, giving visitors a chance to take stunning photos in every corner.

Moreover, Lung Decha Tea Plantation offers accommodation and food and beverages made from tea leaves grown on the plantation, including delicious treats like green tea cake and matcha soft-serve ice cream from Mist Softserve Ice Cream. Visitors can also purchase various tea products as souvenirs. To reach the Lung Decha Tea Plantation, you can take the Chiang Mai-Pai route and head towards Mae Taeng District. Keep driving until you reach the Mae Malai-Pai bypass junction, where you turn left onto Route 1095, then take a right onto Route 3052 and continue for approximately 14 kilometers until you arrive at the Lung Decha Tea Plantation.

Lung Decha Tea Plantation
Lung Decha Tea Plantation
Lung Decha Tea Plantation
Lung Decha Tea Plantation

Address: Lung Decha Tea Plantation, Muang Kae, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand.

Map: Google Maps