Temples appear on every corner of this wonderful city in contrast to the bustle, aromas and colours of its picturesque streets. The majestic natural environment is also a paradise for hikers.

Paradise for meditation and hiking

In an idyllic setting in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a must-see destination if you’re interested in seeing the peace and calm inspired by hundreds of temples on its streets. Two that you absolutely must see are the Silver Temple, Wat Sri Suphan, and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, submerged in the jungle and offering spectacular panoramic city views. You’ll also love the explosion of aromas and colours at the Ton LamyaiLas flower market or a hike through the mountains with rivers, jungle and small indigenous villages.

The official currency is the baht. It’s easy to exchange foreign currency at banks and exchange offices.
The official language in Chiang Mai is Thai. English is widely spoken with tourists.
Wi-Fi access is good, but generally not very fast.
February to May is the driest and hottest period. From June to November, the rainy season brings sporadic showers that alternate with the sunshine.

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