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Historic Old Chiang Mai Bike Tour
USD 45.66 per adult
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Private Tour: Chiang Mai City and Temples
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103 Phra Pok Klao Road Phra Singh, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand
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Mount Doi Inthanon National Park Sunrise and Hiking

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Away from the cloud of tourist, get fresh air and see the beautiful of sunrise from over 2,000 M. 2 hours for hiking and informative idea about jungle. Passing rice plantation, flower garden of Royal Project for the tribes and try local coffee in their traditional way.<br>Please note.<br>The weather on top of mountain can be change every minutes, you might not expect to see the sunrise when foggy.
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Delaney wrote a review 9 Jan.
Singapore, Singapore164 contributions105 helpful votes
Love this majestic relic in the heart of old town Chiang Mai! So glad that I got to see this impressive structure at night time - at least to pay respect and some nice photos. Would love to revisit with the agenda of visiting this place during the day. Absolutely a must-visit for photographers and those seeking historical experience.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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melkeet wrote a review Dec. 2020
Ipoh, Malaysia1,361 contributions59 helpful votes
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We visited this temple as part of the walking tour of the old city of Chiang Mai. This is a Buddhist temple. This temple is also the current ground for the city pillar, transferred here from elsewhere. The main attraction here is the chedi which is in the centre of the compound. You can walk around it and admire it from all the four directions. The compound is large with a number of beautiful buildings within. In the main Viharn is a standing Buddha statue, flanked by two disciples. On the other side of the chedi is another pavilion housing a reclining Buddha statue? There was a big friendly German Shepard, strolling around with a Monk here. We spent about one and a half hour here. A lot of photography opportunities here. Transport back is easily available. We were there at noon and it was quite a hot weather and best to carry a hat, sunblock and water with you. Alternatively, if you have ample time, then, going early morning or late afternoon may be an option.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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BangkokJock wrote a review Dec. 2020
Bangkok, Thailand355 contributions215 helpful votes
Located in the center of the old city, the enormous ruined stupa rises majestically over the surrounding rooftops. Elephant sculptures adorn all 4 sides of the base. The viharn hall is still in use and you can hang up prayer flags with your name on it as part of the Lanna merit making custom. Parking is available in front of the temple.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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yang c wrote a review Nov. 2020
Chiang Mai, Thailand5 contributions
Really nice to see this ,ancient Thai culture and beautiful temple .I would like to walk there again !
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Magellanic47 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Bangkok, Thailand1,006 contributions77 helpful votes
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Worth the time to visit this temple grounds.. No entrance fees at the time i was there October 2020. Several photo spots for influencers and profesionals alike. Perhaps also a landmark spot in Chiang Mai with a long history attached. Recommended visit if you have time.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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