Go for a soak in the Doi Saket- or the Sankamphaeng Hot Springs, both situated about 40kms east of the city. “Mae Rim” has a street with monkey shows, elephant-, snake-, butterfly farms, the Royal Gardens and lots more.
In the old city you cannot walk for more than 100 metres without seeing a Temple or Chedi.
Take a day trip out to “Lamphun” (28kms) and visit The Sun Waterpark, which is a new attraction just recently opened. The “theme park” features a pool with slides that is suitable for kids of all ages, a small ‘boating’ lake and a small pirate ship, a few mini rollercoasters and inflatables, They also have a bucking bronco, bumper cars and ATVs, worth a day out.
Eva Air to launch daily Taipei-Chiang Mai flights
Eva Air has announced it will launch daily direct flights between Taipei – Taiwan and Chiang Mai later this year.
The service will start on 1st July with flights departing Taipei at 7.25am arriving in Chiang Mai at 10.25am.
Departure from Chiang Mai will be at 11.30am, arriving at Taoyuan airport at 4.45pm.
The new Taipei-Chiang Mai route will use an Airbus A321-200, which can accommodate up to 180 passengers.
Bua Tong waterfall in the national park in Mae Taeng district
The waterfall can be climbed in relative safety as the rocks down which the water flows has a gripping quality and is free of slippery algae.
there are three levels and there is a 100 meter climb up a 50 degree gradient.
Air Asia to launch Taipei-Chiang Mai flights
AirAsia has announced it will launch direct flights between Taipei and Chiang Mai starting 30th September 2018.
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