Chiang Mai is a paradise for travellers and a playground for adventurers. During a visit to Chiang Mai, the enthusiastic travellers can widen their horizons with the variety of handicrafts and antiques, cooking courses and Thai massage. The city of Chiang Mai located at 700 km north of Bangkok and the capital of Chiang Mai Province. The city is the third-largest city in the country. The city of Chiang Mai serves as the cultural, educational, religious, economic, and transportation centre for both northern Thailand and Burma (Myanmar).
Chiang Mai presents a great deal of merriment variety. The diversity of bars and nightclubs is a reflection of aspects of Thai culture. There are three main entertainment districts called Thanon Moon Muang, Thanon Ratvithi, and Thanon Nimmanhemin. You can find wine bars, regular bars, reggae bars, and Thai local bars, as well as nightclubs in these districts such as Zoe in Yellow, The Lost Hut, Baa(N) Din Cocktail Bar and Restaurant, Northgate Jazz Co-Op, The Writers' Club Wine Bar, Boy Blues Bar, HOBS, The Beer Republic, Warm Up Café, Infinity Club, Spicy, and Monkey Club.
The city’s festivals and cultural events also have a significant role. The festivals and events such as Yee Peng, Bo Sang Umbrellas Festival, Chiang Mai Fest and Nimmanhemin Arts and Crafts Fair, Cherry Blossoms Viewing, Songkran (Thai New Year), Inthakhin Festival and Loy Krathong in Chiang Mai draw thousands of visitors every year with interesting activities and shows.
Chiang Mai has also an authentic culinary culture. There are dozens of delicious local foods in the city. Here they are some of these must-eat tastes Khao Soi (Egg Noodle Curry), Khan Toke, Sai Oua (Grilled Herb Sausage), Nam Prik Ong/Nam Prik Nume (Red/Green Chilli Dip), Gaeng Hang Lay (Burmese-style Sweet Curry), Kanom Jeen Nam Ngeow (Rice Vermicelli with Soybean Curry), Miang Kham (Bite-sized Wrapped Snacks), Tam Khanun (Young Jackfruit Salad), Larb Kua (Pan-fried Spicy Meat Salad), and Gaeng Hoh (Mixed Curry). Here you can take a look at the restaurants where you can pick a representative selection of enjoyable dining experiences of the local foods. Tong Restaurant and Bar, DK David’s Kitchen at 909, The Restaurant at Anantara, The Gallery, Dash Restaurant, Huen Phen Restaurant, Ginger & Kafe at The House Chiang Mai, Khantoke Dinner at Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, and Free Bird Café.
Chiang Mai is the city where you can explore many of the temples for which Chiang Mai is rightly famous, museums and galleries. We highly recommend visiting the attractions below in Chiang Mai Old City. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Doi Pui, Doi Inthanon, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Prasingh, Night Bazaar, Elephant Nature Park, Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai National Museum, Wat Bupparam, and Wat Phra Sing.
Chiang Mai is one of the best destinations in Asia with many star attractions it offers. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready for exhilarating experiences in this beautiful city. Chiang Mai invites on an enjoyable trip with all its beauty.
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