Why visit Chiang Mai?
Custom made tours to Chiang Mai mean spending your days cycling along leafy, postcard-like boulevardes in search of one of Chiang Mai’s 400 temples where monks in vibrant orange robes move at a blissfully slow pace. The refreshingly cool climate and clean air in this gorgeous mountain region is the perfect remedy after a few days spent spinning through the pressure-cooker streets of Bangkok. Many travellers visit Chiang Mai to trek through the densely rainforested countryside in search of waterfalls and native wildlife, just a short forty minute scooter or bus ride ride out of town.
Custom made tours to Chiang Mai provide the opportunity to experience a more traditional Thailand, but prepare to be surprised by the burgeoning art scene and the funky cafe’s, bars, restaurants and live music that have inevitably followed. Chiang Mai is yet another example in South-East Asia of the old and new world’s colliding to create a mystifying wonderland catering to all tastes.
Tours To Chiang Mai?
Food in Chiang Mai has its own unique flavour when compared to other regions of Thailand. Burmese and Chinese influences flow into the recipipes, resulting in milder curries and more generous pinches of ginger and turmeric to centuries-old recipes. One of our most popular tours in Chiang Mai involves cooking like a local. This means starting the day sourcing local ingredients at a traditional Thai market before returning to the private cooking school with your haul of spices, herbs, and vegetables. With the help of a local cook, you will make several traditional Thai dishes and desserts. The lesson will end with a huge feast.
Our tour temples in Chiang Mai are vastly different to experiences in any other part of Asia. The architecture is distinct and reflects the unique culture of the region. Our knowledgeable guides will take you to both the famous temples and the ones many tourists don’t know about. One such place of worship is the Doi Suthep temple, located atop a mountain with superb panoramic views of the city.
Where to stay in Chiang Mai?
We have our personal favourites on where to stay in Chiang Mai. After a detailed conversation, we will have a better idea of accommodation in Chiang Mai to recommend for your group. We have options perfect for families and large groups as well as romantic getaways by the riverside for couples.
Book your tailor made tour to Chiang Mai?
We have spent many years exploring Chiang Mai in search of authentic Thai experiences to share with our friends, family, and customers. Book a tailor made to Chiang Mai and we will ensure your travel aspirations are not just fulfilled, but exceeded. The most enjoyable part of our work is getting to know our customers personally, then custom creating a holiday to leave you with life-long memories.
No Bai International Airport in Ha Noi is Vietnam’s largest airport. The airport offers direct flights to major international cities including Sydney, Tokyo, and Seoul. Flying from the United Kingdom or the United States to Hanoi involves a stopover.
Domestic flights to Hanoi are available from all major cities including Saigon, Da Nang, and Hue.
Travellers can also make their way to Hanoi by train, bus, or private car. Our team is happy to organise any mode of travel you decide on.
What To Do In Chiang Mai
Visit Wat Doi Suthep
Chiang Mai’s most famous temple, Wat Doi Suthep, is the final stop on the temple and culture tour. The views from the temple are unparalleled and there is even an opportunity to chant with a monk.