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Trail Travel in Chiang Mai

Inthanon Route

<p>DoiInthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. The name DoiInthanon was given in honour of King Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, who was concerned about the forests in the north and tried to preserve them. He ordered that after his death his remains be interred at DoiLuang,...

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Mae Kampong Route

Located about 50 km northeast of Chiang Mai, and close enough for a day trip, the beautiful village of Mae Kampong is a hidden jewel in the emerald jungles above Rte. 1317. Visitors have a chance to take in the full beauty and bounteousness of Mother Nature: fruit, coffee and tea trees pepper the n...

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Suthep Route

There is so much to see and do in the Suthep area of Chiang Mai. Just a short distance from the city centre will lead you to the mountainous jungle area of Suthep. From scared temples to picturesque waterfalls and picture perfect views of the city, the Suthep route has a lot to offer.

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Lampun-Lampang

The Lampun-Lampang route offers visitors an easy day trip from Chiang Mai, one which showcases the beauty of the Thai countryside. Approximately 45 minutes south of Chiang Mai is the city of Lamphun, a community especially interesting to those intrigued by history. Founded more than 1,400 years ago,...

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Mae Rim trial

<p>Mae Rim, a nearby district of Chiang Mai, is a nature lover’s delight, with waterfalls, hiking trails and beautiful country scenery. This wooded route northwest of the city is dotted with orchid and butterfly farms, elephant camps, snake farms and antique and handicraft shops. There are sev...

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Chiang Mai-Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle

Approximately 180 km from Chiang Mai is the city of Chiang Rai, near to the famous (or infamous) Golden Triangle, the meeting point of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar. The journey, about three hours, will take you through beautiful mountain areas. In Chiang Rai, be sure to visit the stunning Wat Rong Kh...

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