Balloon Adventure Thailand
Balloon Adventure Thailand
Tips Before You Go Price from 3734.00 Baht

The weather gods were kind on us and we arrived at Balloon point and had our mini breakfast while the balloon was being gassed. Once we were ready the owner broke us easily on the mechanics of balloon flying and explained to us precisely how the balloon was being flown and showed us small maneuvers by acting on the burners. We were able to do several sorties over the rice fields and wave to the workers there. The experience is exhilarating with the wind on your face and a floating feeling.

Visited January 2018
Doi Suthep Temple Tour
Doi Suthep Temple Tour
“Temple on the hill” Price from 244.00 Baht

This temple is a long ride up the mountain but worth it! Very touristy so expect crowds. Once at the temple, there are 300 stairs to climb that are accentuated by a 7 headed dragon head serpent railing rising along both sides.

Visited January 2018
Doi Inthanon National Park Tours
Doi Inthanon National Park Tours
“Great view and nice waterfall!” Price from 440.00 Baht

There is a huge variety of flowers to be seen. There are also a lot of steps, however there is at least one escalator to take you to the top of one of the pagodas, then it is an easy walk down ambling through the gardens back to the carpark.

Visited January 2018
Chiang Rai Black and White Tour
Chiang Rai Black and White Tour
“Visit Chiang Rai's iconic black and white landmarks” Price from 382.00 Baht

Visit Wat Rong Khun, the spectacular White Temple known for its hauntingly beautiful blend of cultural and contemporary details. Designed by Thai National Artist Chalermchai Kositpipat, the temple features an entrance with outstretched hands, Predator jutting from the ground, as well as a number of other pop culture references within the dazzling white structure.

Visited January 2018
Khum Khantoke Restaurant
Khum Khantoke Restaurant
“Traditional Khantoke Dinner and Show from Chiang Mai” Price from 331.00 Baht

About 20 minutes before the traditional dance show starts, entry into the open-air venue is permitted. After being shown to your seat, and depending on whether you chose to sit up front or near the back, you can either sit or recline on your cushions placed on the floor or sit traditional style at tables prepared again in the traditional style. Once seated, the feast begins. Each dish is brought out in small bowls and served on tiered platters. As soon as the food level in each dish decreases, a new bowl of food is brought. This happens throughout the show or until you let them know you have had enough. Drinks however are not part of package so you have to pay for those yourself. While eating the dancers perform to traditional music in their traditional Lanna costumes.

Visited January 2018
Hug Elephants Sanctuary
Hug Elephants Sanctuary
“Natural, ethical and Magical” From only ฿807.00 per person‎

Perfect experience for people who do not want to support the riding of elephants - which was right up my alley. We met and fed the elephants, walked through the jungle with the elephants, took them to a swimming hole where we gave them a mud bath and then went swimming with them.

Chiang Mai Night Safari
Chiang Mai Night Safari
“Its a good place to visit with family” From only ฿495.00 per person

We reached there around 5pm but we didn't get to visit all the places. Suggest to come early and took the Jaguar trail then to hop on the tram ride to visit the predator and herbivore zones.

Chiang Mai City and Temples + Wat Doi Suthep
Chiang Mai City and Temples Tour
“Temple of the Great Stupa Chiang Mai” From only ฿1051.00 per person

Wat Chedi Luang is a Buddhist temple in the historic centre of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The current temple grounds were originally made up of three temples — Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin.

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Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.