About Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Thailand’s second largest city, located in the midst of mountain valleys 700 kilometers northwest of Bangkok, is renowned for its wondrous cultures of northern Thailand and its diverse communities of multiple nationalities – Americans, Scandinavians, Japanese, and Koreans. Built with the greatest architecture, structures, and designs – with over 300 temples situated in its vicinity – Chiang Mai embeds a memorable panorama, rich with history, into the minds of those who takes a glimpse of the city. Reinforcing this individuality, national parks, tropical forests, and the peak of Doi Suthep – which are just a few steps out of the vibrant city – establish a pastoral atmosphere around Chiang Mai.

Beautiful Wall Paint inside the Temple Doi Suthep

It can be said that Chiang Mai not only offers its residents public utilities, great shopping centers, and a wide range of entertainment complexes, it also offers serenity and geniality to its residents. Chiang Mai, although rustic, is a place of refuge which provides its residents with convenience in transportation, facilities, and other services. It is an ideal place for those who are seeking for a getaway destination to temporally or permanently reside in.

Paintings at Chiang Mai Walking Street
Elephant enjoys a Sunny day with tourists at Maesa Elephant Camps