There’s a lot to do in Chiang Mai, as it’s one of the most well-known destinations in Thailand. Just like other parts of the country, there’s lots of temples, a night market, and amazing food. I haven’t been to that part of Thailand yet, but I’d love to go next time. Mainly, I’d love to go and indulge in the food scene of Chiang Mai, which is known for being spicier than the rest of the country. And pet elephants. Always (ethically) pet an elephant when in Thailand.

– Hasin

Elephant Nature Park

Sanctuary with emphasis on ethical treatment of elephants

Wat Chedi Luang

Ornate 14th century Buddhist temple

Night Bazaar

Colorful night market with handicrafts, jewelry, and more

Doi Suthep Temple

Sacred 14th century temple near the city

Pui National Park

Park that is ideal for hiking and visiting Doi Suthep temple

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