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Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

Des sites touristiques aux trésors cachés, découvrez ce qui fait la particularité de cette ville avec l'aide des habitants qui la connaissent le mieux.
Buddhist Temple
“A temple is situated on the mountain and famous for the blessing from Goddess. ”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
  • 1 expérience
Centre commercial
“Good restaurants, Emigration office, computer shops, mobile phone shops, cloth, sport, ”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Ice Cream Shop
“The best home made ice cream and sweets in Chiangmai. Decoration with unique style. you should come to check it out when you visit Chiangmai ”
  • Recommandé par 32 habitants
“So many things to look around, local handicrafts, restaurants, bar, shopping, souvenirs, street foods, Fast foods, Seafood, western food, etc.”
  • Recommandé par 27 habitants
Night Market
“Sunday Walking Street from 5 PM to 9 PM. Wear comfortable shoes and be hungry for lots of street foods. ”
  • Recommandé par 25 habitants
“Wiang Kum Kam is an ancient city dating back to the eighth-century Haripunchai Kingdom. Later on it served as the capital of the then Lanna Kingdom for a short while until Chiang Mai was chosen to replace it in 1296. Expect to see many interesting items and structures such as stone tablets with Mon inscriptions, Buddhist sculptures and architecture, earthenware and pottery. Taking a horse-drawn carriage is a popular way to enjoy the ruins although some visitors prefer to take their time to appreciate this large site on foot or by rented bicycle.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
  • 1 expérience
Musée d'art
“Set in the former Provincial Hall, a handsome Thai-colonial-style building from 1927, this museum provides an excellent primer on Chiang Mai history. Dioramas, photos, artefacts and audiovisual displays walk visitors through the key battles and victories in Chiang Mai's story, from the first settlements to the arrival of the railroad. Upstairs there's a charming re-creation of a wooden Lanna village.”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
“Little artist village project where local artisans (artists), quaint souvenir shops, cafe and small restaurants located in narrow little walkway setting like back in old day. A series of shophouses designed to highlight traditional and modernThai architectures in harmony. In the center of the community, it is a small amphitheater to create outdoor lifestyle and host several activities throughout the year. Perfect when you need a break from husling town for a couple hours. Perhaps opportunity to selfie and indulge ourself a little bit in the local experiences. ”
  • Recommandé par 20 habitants
  • 1 expérience
“A riverside, three-in-one stop for delicious meals, contemporary art and perhaps a bit of shopping. The stylish, modern cafe specializes in Thai food, salads, and freshly baked goods, but the menu is enormous and also includes every imaginable beverage. Edgy art adorns the walls, and regular exhibitions feature a rotating crop of Thai artists.”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
“At Beer Republic we believe that it is time to get back to the roots of traditional based dishes; professionally done, tasty and definitely healthy. Naturally, this required months of research and effort to find many “time-forgotten” elements used in Thai cooking in order to re-introduce them to our modern day palates. We are excited to introduce you into what we have re-found, discovered and created. Because we are a draft beer house, we have also paired our dishes with our 16 import draft beverages to enhance each menu item’s flavor.”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Place to eat
“Enjoy the Original Chiangmai Khantoke Dinner Show The very first ever Khantoke Dinner Show was created right here at Old Chiangmai on 1970. It was started in order to showcase the traditional Northern Thailand, Lanna, culture. This has evolved over centuries and much of what you will witness here is timeless. Many of the dances were created in the last 150 years, the most recent in 1957 but they all have their origins in traditional dance that is very much older.”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Dessert Shop
“Amazing taste of mango shake! This shop is quite famous, so we have to accept long que during the lunch and the afternoon tea time.”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Place to shop
“There are many things to buy. Recommend to go in the evening Before respecting the national flag When it was time to respect the flag, it was a very impressive event. People who walk to buy goods or vendors will stand up to respect the national flag at the same time. Like a standstill There are a lot of tourists, both Thai and foreign, visiting a lot of places to eat. If visiting the Wualai Walking Street, do not forget to visit Sri Suphan Temple, a temple that has the whole silver temple and is the first in the world. Very beautiful.”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Centre commercial
“One Nimman is shopping center, Art, restaurant, and coffee bar. you can enjoy your slow life there. ”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
“The Wat Phan Tao is one of the older temples of Chiang Mai found in the old walled center of the city. The first structures were likely built towards the end of the 14th century. Wat Phan Tao, meaning “temple of a thousand kilns”, probably derives its name from the ovens used to cast Buddha images for another temple, the Wat Chedi Luang, which is immediately next to the Wat Phan Tao. The viharn of the Wat Phan Tao was originally a Ho Kham, a throne hall for one of Chiang Mai’s Kings built in 1846. After a new King ascended the throne, the Palace Hall was most likely torn down to make way for a new Palace building. The wooden panels of the old structure were used to build the viharn of the Wat Phan Tao in the year 1876. The teak wood viharn The viharn is an all wooden building constructed from teak panels set on a stone base. It is one of the few remaining all wooden structures of its sort in Chiang Mai. It has a three tiered roof with golden colored chofah (roof finials) shaped as stylized Naga snakes on its roof ends. The front facade of the viharn is particularly beautiful. The gilded pelmet over the entrance show intricately carved Lanna flower motifs. Over the pelmet is a gilded carving of a peacock over a crouching dog. Naga serpents and other mythological figures are also depicted. Both the pelmet and the peacock carving are gilded and inlaid with colorful mosaic glass. The dog in the motif represents the Zodiac figure of the Chiang Mai King who originally used the building as a Palace. Inside the viharn large red painted teak pillars support the building. Long woven banners hang from the ceiling. Opposite the entrance is a large golden sitting Buddha, the Wat Phan Tao’s principal Buddha image. The interior of the viharn contains several interesting items. Among them are a number of old wooden boxes decorated with gold leaf containing old Dhamma texts. These are the Buddhist scriptures written on palm leaves. On the left hand side is an ornately carved wooden Ku, a Buddha throne used to enshrine important Buddha images. Other structures of the temple The Wat Phan Tao temple complex also contains a large white chedi, a small bell tower and the monks private living quarters, or kuti. A small garden features a lineup of bells. A number of Burmese style lions (Singha in Thai language) on the outer wall guard the temple complex. A heavily decorated gate provides access to the temple grounds.”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
“Step to the future with mix’s tasty and innovative Thai & European cuisines. The restaurant is also famous for it’s molecular mixology cocktails.”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants