A full-day of Chiang Mai city discovery fully packed with beautiful temples, architectures, and relaxation. Enjoy cruising along the Mae Ping River and its serene surroundings and learn about Northern Thailand's culture and the story of Lanna Kingdom.
Get started in the morning, meet our guide at your hotel lobby. Depart for our first destination, Wat Phra Singh; famous for the elegant architecture in northern style and the beauty of its vihara(assembly hall). It is one of the most venerated temples in Chiang Mai.
Continue to Wat Chedi Luang and marvel at the biggest stupa in the city. The temple once house highly venerated Emerald Buddha. Take a walk around the vast area, exploring much significant cultural architecture before proceeding to Wat Phan Tao; Intricate teak Buddhist temple with gilded accents and colorful mosaics, founded in the 14th century.
Wat Chiang Man is one of the earliest temples in Chiang Mai. Admire its astounding structure, design, religious Buddha images, and statues. Proceed inside the central Wihan (monastery) and view antiques and artifacts from the lost Kingdom of Lanna.
Continue to Wat Chai Mongkol; the most outstanding appearance of it is the Burmese-Mon style and then go to the boat pier, enjoy river view on both sides of the Ping River by cruising for two hours upstream pass Chiang Mai town.
Stop at Thai Farmer House surrounded by Thai Herbal gardens and orchard. Enjoy Khaosoi for lunch with fresh fruits in season and Thai herbal drinks near Ping River. Continue to Wat Sri Suphan, well-known as the Silver Temple because of its impressive handcrafted silver decoration.
Then go to Wat Suan Dok, also known as Wat Buppharam is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It is a Royal Temple of the Third Class. The temple is famous among photographers for the royal burials being pure white.
After that go to Wat Umong, a unique in that the resident monks live in a very natural setting, and occasionally feed the deer that live in the area. It also is possible to practice meditation at Wat Umong and to learn and chat with the Monks. Return to Hotel.
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