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3 Days in Chiang Mai never enough


Chiang Mai is one of the best cities for tourists who would looking to discover a bit of charm. There are plenty of sights and must visit cafés to check-out. Each has its own unique style and vibe, and great spots to relax and take some selfies. If you are here for at least 3 days, we have a list of things you should absolutely explore.


A day trip to Doi Inthanon


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Located roughly 70 km from the city center, be prepared to touch the sky at Doi Inthanon. At a towering 2,565 metres above sea level, Doi Inthanon is the tallest mountain in all of Thailand. Here you can feel the whisper of the wind as you are embraced by the sea of mist as you are engulfed by the golden rays of sunlight. That breathtaking view will definitely blow your mind!


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Seeing the sunrise at km 42 is an absolute must but Doi Inthanon has more natural attractions to offer. The stunning falls of Siritharn Waterfall and Wachirathan Waterfall are easily accessible and ready to be experienced.


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The next must-visit attraction is the Twin Chedi, consisting of Phra Mahathat Naphamethaneedon and Phra Mahathat Naphaphon Phumisiri, which are located at the top of the mountain. The pagoda, surrounded by colorful flower gardens is truly a sight to behold and one of the most popular spots to visit for a gorgeous sunset.


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If you travel to Doi Inthanon in early January, you will be blessed with cherry blossom season. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the most stunning display of cherry blossoms of Thailand ‘Nang Phaya Sua Kroang. However, you will need to plan accordingly as the full bloom only lasts two weeks!


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The mossy forest at the Ang Ka Luang Nature Trail: A stroll along a certain wooden bridge will lead you to the mossy forests at Ang Ka Luang Nature Trail. Many visitors describe it as “walking into a fairy-tale.” Mossy forests cannot be found anywhere else in Thailand. In the mornings, the weather is cool, and fog envelops the forest. As sunlight permeates through the trees, you will be able to capture gorgeous photos to share.


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Delightful chef's table in Chiang Mai. Hidden in Nimmanhaemin Soi 7, Blackitch Artisan Kitchen by Chef Black is in the must-visit in the checklist. 

Chef Panupol Bulsuwan or Chef Black learned cooking and fermentation technique from his grandmother. He also known as a master of fermentation. Blackitch Artisan Kitchen offers a nine-course menu based on seasons. And using fresh local ingredients to prepare and cook the dishes. 

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With a price 1,800 baht per person that will immerse you in a whole new culinary experience. Chef Black’s dishes inspire and combine the modern technique together with local knowledge, that make his menus are uniqueness and still have a local’s taste. It is not surprised that why this restaurant is in the list when travel in Chiang Mai.


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Relax at a boutique hotel along the Ping River like Raya Heritage

Ray Heritage, a boutique resort in Chiang Mai. The resort décor in the Lanna style by using the wooden furnitures that handcraft by the local artisans. They can be found in every corner of the resort. 



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Meet and greet at an open-air lobby, that will make you feel relaxed from the very moment you arrive. The staff will serve you a welcome drink, lotus tea that will refresh your body and mind. Every room is meticulously decorated with intricately woven rattan furniture and exquisite design of silk, created by renowned brand Jim Thompson. From the balcony, you’ll be greeted by spectacular views of Mae Ping River and the lush greenery.


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