Travel Guide in the Northern Thailand

What things to do in northern Thailand?

The northern Thailand is so many places to go. If you’re coming to Thailand and want to experience its northern regions, mingle with minority groups, and enjoy the great outdoors. You will know what you don’t miss out?, which area should you visit and be the highlight? what to do and don’t? and others information. These are questions we’re regularly asked while designing custom travel itineraries for our guests. While it would be great to have the time to experience, most travelers only have time for one or the other so making the right choice is a key decision. For this website of My Chiang Mai Travel, We intend to offer the attractions in the north of Thailand by our arrangements at the best value which suits your needs best .

Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai is the travel hub for northern Thailand. Chiang Mai is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, and the the main base of activities for most travelers who come up north. The city is full of culture, friendly locals, incredible food markets, dozens of beautiful temples, a relaxed vibe, beautiful landscapes.

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Chiang Rai

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Chiang Rai, The northernmost of Thailand is located about 190 km away from Chiang Mai. The province is the self- evidence of the glorious Lanna culture. The area offers a variety of magnificent mountain scenery, ruins of ancient settlements, historical remains, Buddhists shrines to ethnic villages, home of many different hill tribes, the golden triangle and many more.

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Maehongson

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Mae Hong Son is one of the most beautiful provinces in Thailand a frontier province bordered by Myanmar. Both ways go through the mountains with many scenic views. It is also province of Burmese and Lanna style temples, hot springs, hill tribe villages, trekking, rafting, national parks, and the town of Pai is also a traveler favorite.

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