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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

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On the off chance that you are on this page then you should design about paying a visit to Chiang Mai and we at iCheck inn Hotel in Chiang Mai are so happy about that. After Bangkok, Chiang Mai is the second biggest city in all of Thailand and the city region is home to around 300 Buddhist sanctuaries making a home of Buddhist homestead Thailand. The City Center is encompassed by a walled channel, (also known as old city). Chiang Mai is home to Doi Inthanon, the most noteworthy mountain in Thailand which is at a convenient stretch from our Resorts in Chiang Mai. Also, People are friendlier and more genuine up here in contrast with different parts of Thailand.

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Local Attractions

Bath with elephants !

Indeed you can find hundreds of elephant tours in Thailand and in Chiang Mai in particular. The challenge is to find one that does NOT include riding them.

Elephant’s spines are not prepared anatomically to carry people all day and animals in most tours are often subject to a violent process known as Phajaan. This is intended to mentally “break” them and become completely submissive to exhaustive days of work and humans in general.

Do Your Bit Of Temple-Hopping

There are over 200 ancient wats (temples) scattered along Chiang Mai, which makes it the right place to start a journey to your inner self and keep you in the path for enlightenment. Remember that these are active worship locations, so make sure you have the upmost respect for locals.

You are expected to wear modest clothing and keep quiet during your visit. Some of the temples not to be missed are Wat Chiang Man, the oldest in the city, Wat Chedi Luang, in the heart of the walled old town, and Wat Phan Tao

Some of the temples not to be missed are Wat Chiang Man, the oldest in the city, Wat Chedi Luang, in the heart of the walled old town, and Wat Phan Tao…Outside of the old town, make sure you also pay a visit to Wat Prathat Doi Suthep.

It’s the city’s jewel and apart from the stunning temple complex, it also has a commanding view of the entire Chiang Mai valley. Outside of the old town, make sure you also pay a visit to Wat Prathat Doi Suthep. It’s the city’s jewel and apart from the stunning temple complex, it also has a commanding view of the entire Chiang Mai valley.

Go On A Night Shopping Spree

First of all, it’s huge. It not only extends itself through Rachadamnoen – the main street in the old town – but many other streets were closed to traffic and filled with stalls and vendors. Basically the entire old town is transformed into a giant market. Then, there is so much to see, eat and do. From inexpensive quality massages available in every corner to clothes, souvenirs and creative Thai-inspired arts and crafts.

Don’t worry about dinner, just grab some bites throughout the night. This way you can try out many different specialties! Most of the food stalls are to be found near or within the properties of the wats. You’ll find hundreds of choices for low-cost quality food. Go for the most popular stalls amongst locals!

Zip Line Through The Jungle

A memorable Thai fun experience ! Contrarily to many other places where all you get is a go in a single zip line, in Chiang Mai you can try a complete course of zip lining and Indiana-Joning through the jungle. Please contact our front office team for more information.

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Indulge On A Thai Cooking Class

Thai food is a true delight for your taste buds. It’s hard to find such an incredible balance of sweet, spicy and salty in the same dish. Most dishes can be conveniently prepared without much hassle or preparation. Please contact our front office team for more information and the best addresses!

Try Out Different Massages

Yes, we know you can get a Thai massage pretty much anywhere in Thailand. The question here is value for money and Chiang Mai is hard to beat! Try maybe some Massage by a prison inmate, a Foot massage at the Sunday Night Market, or Blind massage.

Chat With A Monk

Exploring the amazing wats of Chiang Mai is amazing experience by itself, but you can enrich it even more. A few of the temples in the city have a “Monk Chat” program, where you can speak freely to monks about their beliefs or simply mundane aspects of their lifestyle. In exchange, they get to practice their English (check out Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Suan Dok or Wat Sisuphan)

iCheck inn Trams Square Chiang Mai

Previously known as Trams Square, iCheck inn Trams Square is located in Chiang Mai, the largest and most culturally important city in the north of Thailand. This newly built property offers 180 stylishly designed rooms and apartments in separate low … Read More

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