#PNPTakesYouTo: 8 Places To Visit in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Posted on July 02 2019

#PNPTakesYouTo: 8 Places To Visit in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai, one of the famous Northern cities in Thailand. Full of cultural attractions and an amazing plethora of food for you to endeavour! Let’s bring in the list of 8 places you must visit during your Chiang Mai trip!
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Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
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One of the most famous tourist attractions that you can never miss! It is a Theravada Buddhist Temple in Chiang Mai. There are many ways of transportation to the temple, even hiking! You can also discover other places around the temple after your visit like the waterfalls nearby! And don’t worry because there are food stalls everywhere for your convenience!
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Doi Inthanon National Park
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Located on the highest mountain among all in Chiang Mai, Doi Inthanon preserves their plants and animals for your mother Earth! You can enjoy the view from above while the wind starts stroking your hair. But don’t forget, it takes a while to walk the entire route of the park so allocate a minimum of 3 hours for the full experience!
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Chom Cafe and Restaurant
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Have you been a fantasy dreamer these days? Or are you still reminiscing those childhood fantasy moments? Chom Cafe and Restaurant is perfectly placed and built, as the garden is beyond magical! Instagrammable for those who needs more greenery in their feed, and perfect for you to relive your Disney moments too!
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Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
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One of the most iconic places in Chiang Mai, the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary is a must if you’re interested in animals in general! You’ve heard of many sanctuaries are not ethical, and we can assure you this Elephant Jungle Sanctuary is different. You can choose to meet or walk with them, or even volunteer to help out!
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Art in Paradise
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Get your cameras ready and start shooting! Art in Paradise is an illusion art museum located in Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Bangkok! There are 6 zones for you to discover: Underwater World, Wildlife Zone, Classic Art, East Zone, Ancient Egypt Zone, and Surreal Art. There will be a coffee shop for you to chill in after you’re done as well!
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Bor Sang Handicraft Village
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Bor Sang Village specializes in crafting paper umbrellas, so if you’re into handmade things you should visit during your trip! All the umbrellas are made out of ‘sa’ paper which is from the bark of the mulberry tree, and recently cotton! You can learn from seeing how the handcraft masters do their wonders at the umbrella factory as well!
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Lanna Folklife Museum
It’s always great to understand a country’s history and culture. Lanna is the heart of Northern Thailand, and this museum brings you into their cultural arts and background. It is located opposite the Anusawari Sam Kasat (Three Kings Monument) so it should be easy to find!
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SS1254372 Cafe
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Remembering the name of the cafe is tough, but the experience is definitely memorable! SS1254372 Cafe has a plethora of choices, including vegetarian options. The aesthetic is perfect for you Instagram connoisseurs, and you’ll get to enjoy their services too!  
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Here are some suggestions from us:
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