5 Most Amazing Destinations in Northern Thailand

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Associated with the historical period of the Lanna Dynasty, Phrae city has been attracted a significant number of visitors by remaining relics. Although the city is not as famous as other cities, you will probably explore and experience the daily life in the past of Thais if you travel here. Moreover, the city is nestled in the woods, so you definitely find wooden houses of traditional architectural styles. You should also make a visit to Khum Chao Luang, the remains of ancient citadel where the King and Queen of Thailand lived.

Mae Hong Son

Mae Hong Son certainly makes tourists feel as if they were in another country instead of Thailand.  Located near Thailand - Myanmar border, Mae Hong Son is a famous destination to both tourists within and outside the region. The most popular experience when traveling this tourist spot is climbing, so it offers some stops in the forest so that visitors can enjoy the charming scenery and fresh air. During the journey, you will go through a series of exhilarating landscapes, namely Su Tong Pae bamboo foot bridge, Tham Pla fish cave, Pha Sua waterfall, etc. It might take you 4 days to fulfill your trip.


As once being the bustling city under the reign of the Lanna Kingdom, Nan merged into Thailand in 1931. Therefore, you should definitely make a visit to Nan National Museum, whose reign was the last two Kings to visit the wooden house which served as the residence of the King and understand that historical period. Additionally, you might drop Wat Phunim, a quite famous tourist destination.

Chiang Rai

The Golden Triangle is a contiguous area of Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar, of which Chiang Rai is the gateway in Thailand. The city has a number of famous tourist attractions such as Wat Munniti Chiang Rai Temple, White Temple, and Wat Klong Wiang Temple, in which you can admire and explore the traditional religion of Thailand. In addition, you definitely make a visit to the cultural museum to discover the local culture and experience the boat trip on Kok River.


The artifacts which were unearthed in Lampang city have provided significant insight into how people lived in Lampang 1,000 years ago. As a result, there are many famous historical sites near city. Visiting Lampang, you should definitely make a visit to Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao, which features an impressive Buddha statue made of jade or Ban Sao Nak, featuring traditional wooden houses and wall paintings of the 19th century. On Saturday and Sunday evening, noticeably, the city organizes Gad Gong Tha Market, where you can various kinds of foods and drinks, and find unique souvenirs for family and friends at the same time.

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Location 315 Thappraya Rd, Muang Pattaya, Jomtien, Chang Wat Chon Buri 20150, Thailand


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