Tat Mok Waterfall

  Tat Mok Waterfall is at 45 minutes at the north of Chiang Mai.   The Waterfall No need to walk for this waterfall (only 100 meters), there is a parking. The entrance is not free (see price under). You can also go at the top of the waterfall.   Link and information: Google map […]

Elevate Your Chiang Mai Experience with a Ticket To The Moon Hammock

  As a nature lover and adventure enthusiast, you know that the Chiang Mai region offers breathtaking views, cascading waterfalls, and unforgettable hikes. But what if we told you that you could enhance your outdoor experience even further? Introducing the Ticket To The Moon hammock, the perfect addition to your Chiang Mai adventures! And with […]

Sri Sang Wan Waterfall

  Sri Sangwan Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall located about 30 minutes walk from Wat Pa Thammachat temple.   The hike The hike takes about 30 minutes and is quite simple, the first 200 meters are not easy to find, use a GPS with MAP.ME   At the temple there are a lot of dogs, […]

Mon Jam

  Mon Jam is a very popular place for Thai people especially in January. You can find viewpoints, cafes, strawberry and flower fields there. It is also possible to sleep in different types of accommodation.   What that look like Mon Jam   Link and information: Google map : https://goo.gl/maps/Ymtx8FcrNMb8KDTH9  Wooden Kart racing One […]

Doi Saket Hot Spring

  Doi Saket Hot Spring is a hot spring, 45 minutes drive from the center of Chiang Mai. Entry is free.   What to do in Doi Saket Hot Spring Several activities are available. You can take a foot bath completely free of charge. Cook eggs in the hot spring directly. Then for the rest […]

Takkatan Cave (Tham Tukkatan)

  Takkatan Cave is located 50 minutes drive from Chiang Mai. It is a non-touristy cave for budding adventurers. No concrete path, lighting or guide. If you like caves you will love it, this is perhaps the best around Chiang Mai. It is 3 km long, an ideal playground for explorers, but also for beginners […]

Rama IX Lanna Park

  Rama IX Lanna Park is a park in the north of Chiang Mai. It is quite uncrowded. It’s a good place to relax, walk, run or do cricket. There are also playgrounds for children and sports equipment. Price: Free   Link : Google map : https://goo.gl/maps/bhSxwz5AiBLcryzi9    Photos :

Mae Wang National Park

  Mae Wang National Park is located 1 hour drive from Chiang Mai, near Doi Inthanon.   Mae Wang National Park In this park, you can see beautiful rock formations, a reservoir, go camping, go to a waterfall and cave and see elephants. Unfortunately most of the activities are currently closed. In January 2023 only […]

Buddha’s Footprint Trail and Doi Pa Klong Viewpoint

  A 9km hike, around 2.5 or 3 hours rather simple in the middle of nature.   Hiking The hike start at Hmong Doi Pui Village and go to Doi Pa Klong Viewpoint. It takes around 1h20 to reach the top. The hike is straightforward, only the last 20 minutes are more difficult as it’s […]

Kew Fin

Kew Fin is a viewpoint located after the beautiful village of Mae Kampong, 1 hour drive from Chiang Mai.   Access and information There are two solutions to reach the point of view Car or 2 wheels, but the road is very steep, you will need a good engine (and brakes) Hiking, it is possible […]