This is the highest peak in Thailand at 2,565 meters above the sea level, and the national park that surrounds it is filled with some of the many natural wonders that make the country such a draw in the first place.
Doi Suthep and Pui National Park
Doi Suhtep, Pui National Park houses and the most famous Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, are the place where every Chiang Mai visitors must visit. To reach the temple, visitors must climb a 309-flight of steps or take the cable car.
Royal Flora Ratchaphruek
Royal Flora Ratchaphruek is a horticultural exhibition located only 9 kilometers from the North Hill City Resort. The park is named after Thailand’s national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree) with its beautiful yellow blossom.
Sunday Walking Street
The Sunday Walking Street is a must for eating and shopping. The main market thoroughfare is Rachadamnoen Road, which begins just behind Thapae Gate, where you'll find vendors selling handcrafted lamps, dolls, handmade soaps, jewelry, clothes, local handicrafts, and various of Thai Street Foods.
Baan Tawai Village
If you are a handicraft lover, this village is your paradise. Baan Tawai Village is well recognized for its handmade wood sculptures, woodcarving and other products which based on wood material by skilled and qualified craftsmen with 40-year experiences in wood carving.
Chiang Mai Night Safari
Chiang Mai Night Safari is the world’s biggest night safari which is spread over 819 rai. It is located next to Royal Park Ratchaphruek. This place is valuable for whole family to spend time together. It is featuring 50-seat open air trams which bring visitors to meet Asiatic black bears, tigers, lions, hyenas, elephants, and many more.
North Hill City Resort
188 Moo 9, Chiang Mai-Hang Dong Rd., Baanwan, Hang Dong, Chiangm Mai Thailand 50230