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Chiang Mai Private City Tour Handicraft Village Sticky Waterfall

Price for one tour per person

tour features

8.00 a.m.

Tha Phae Gate
Pick up at Mc Donald Tha Pae gate or your hotel lobby.

8.30 a.m.

Three Kings Monument
At roughly the center of the walled city, in the district where the former rulers of Chiang Mai built their palaces, stands the monument to the 'Three Kings' — King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai; his contemporary and reportedly good friend King Ramkamhaeng of Sukothai; and King Ngam Muang of Payao.

8.40 a.m.

Fort of Sri-Poom
The city of Chiang Mai was founded in 1296 as the new capital of the Northern Thai Kingdom of Lanna.

An entirely new city was designed and built by the ruler of the time, King Mangrai. A key feature of the design of the new city was a defensive wall and a moat around it.

8.50 a.m.

Fort of Ka-Tham
Fort of Ka-Tham. Ka-Tham means Trap. In the long time ago people was used Ka-Tham to trap a fish.

9.00 a.m.

Fort of Ku-Hueang
Fort of Ku-Hueang is a fort in Chiang Mai Province. Fort of Ku-Hueang is situated nearby to Buak Had Park and the Buddhist temple Wat Sri Suphan.

9.10 a.m.

Hua Lin Corner
This fortification can be seen at the north west corner of Chiang Mai old city. Initially water from the river Haui Kaeo was fed into the city.

10.00 a.m.

Thai Silk Village
Thai silk village is a conserved cultural tourist attraction that inside of the store decorated in traditional lifestyles shows about mulberry farming style, silk reeling, natural dyeing and weaving.

11.00 a.m.

Umbrella Village – Bor Sang
The umbrellas and parasols of Bo Sang umbrella village are a cultural heritage of Chiang Mai. “Home Industries” district of Chiang Mai. Together with the adjoining San Kamphaeng community, it became a popular destination for tourists in the 1980s. Small handicraft factories producing umbrellas and cotton weaving had been there for a long time.

12.00 p.m.

Bua Thong Waterfalls (Nam Phu Chet Si)
We will have picnic lunch here(Included). After that change cloth to Swim! do not forget bring your extra cloth.
Bua Tong Waterfall Forest Park and Seven Colors Fountain. aka the Sticky Waterfall, is an incredibly cool place to check out when you’re in Chiang Mai. The water here bubbles up from a natural spring, and it has such high levels of dissolved minerals that it coats the rocks and tree roots it flows over in high-traction limestone.

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