With its 300 temples, the city center, the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep that overlooks the city and especially the surrounding mountains where you can do many excursions and treks that allow you to meet mountain tribes, you have many things to do in Chiang Mai ! One of the great experiences to live in Chiang Mai is spend the day with the elephants but be careful not to do it anywhere! Important, boycott the places that offer you to ride on the back of elephants ! Elephant nature park is the best palce to go to spend time with elephants. I also recommend you to take one thai cooking class in Chiang Mai.If you have the opportunity, try to come to Chiang Mai for Loy Krathong (in November) or Songkran (mid-April). These festivals are particularly nice in Chiang Mai especially Loy Krathong which is really beautiful here. Personally, I also like the Chiang Mai Flower Festival which takes place in February. However, it is imperative to book your hotel in advance (see here) for these occasions, otherwise you will have great difficulty finding a room.
Le meilleurs mois pour partir à Chiang Mai sont de novembre à avril sachant qu'en mars, avril et mai, il fait très chaud (en moyenne autour de 34°C au plus chaud de la journée mais il arrive régulièrement qu'il fasse 40°C et plus).
If you have the opportunity, I recommend you come to Chiang Mai to be here on a Sunday and enjoy the Sunday Walking Street, for me, the best night market in Thailand.
On the surrounding peaks, like Doi Inthanon, the highest mount in Thailand, temperatures can be very cool in the winter, especially in the morning. Take a sweater and maybe a scarf in your suitcase.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is staging the “Thailand Festival Experience – Mission 1: Amazing Fight” Thai boxing matches to enhance global awareness on the ancient Thai martial art, and is inviting Muay Thai lovers and martial...