_We***08This place js absolutely breathtaking. Dark yet beautiful. The site is very large with plenty to see. There are vendors on site that serve colds fruits and drinks. Plenty of great opportunities for great photos.
D39***25Singha Park is an enormous site encompassing panoramic views, gardens, refreshments, farm produce, tea plantations, lakes, adventure parks a business park and more all rolled into one very well run and perfectly manicured site. We found our way by local taxi from Chiang Rai, used the local farm bus to look around, but there are bikes and e-scooters if you are more energetic. See how blueberries are grown, feed the zebra, sample the local tea, try some great snacks and good coffee, and take home some honey, curry pastes or skin care products. The information desk will provide numbers for taxis to get you back to Chiang Rai. A lovely, relaxing outing.
_GG***44Considered to be the highlight of the province There is a loud hit with Chiang Rai songs reminiscent every three o'clock. Local art And indigenous songs And this makes Chiang Rai completely different from Chiang Mai Considered a relatively safe, quiet and peaceful city
_GG***44Quiet town, sells like a normal flea market Can't fight Chiang Mai But the charm of Chiang Rai is It is a small town where it is comfortable to go around, but people sleep quickly if looking for light and suggesting other cities. Everything was closed early on weekdays, 8 PM. The famous cutting board for tea And the tame of the people The road is open, suitable for driving to see the city, fresh fruit, attractive to buy, beautiful small restaurants, lurking in many places.
white temple is beautifull and attractive for the tourists around the world and it located chiang Rai in thailand.the themple have many special with beautiful design and architecture.they are drogon statues ,monuments and buildings are so beauty ,you can have a nice moments taking photos, I enjoy my trip and I invit to visit.
Hyped up for a reason-- this place is so beautiful! Ladies, make sure you're covered up on the arms and legs. They're quite nice about it, but make sure to bring a shawl or something to cover up. Also, to help with the flow of people, they've made it so you won't be able to stop and take pictures along the path. If you stop, someone will call out with a bullhorn and make sure you move along. The best tip I can think of is if you have someone take a picture of your back as you're walking along and do the same for them. Make sure to not only see the White Temple; there's a lot of smaller temples in the back that are just as intricate and beautiful.
Note: Visited prior to COVID, so things may be slightly different.
Lucky me to be here and seen the beautiful Lanna architecture which is highly depicted in this place, the Baan Dam Museum. The Lanna style roofs are amazing with different styles and designs.The black color of the houses have a mysterious effect. The collection of arts are eye catching and the images are unique, quite odd and deep. I am intrigued by the art's message. I think the artist is a genius. The place is well maintained and clean. When visiting Chiang Rai do not forget to have a look at this museum too.
The Phrathat Pha Ngao Temple ( Way Phrathat Pha Ngao)
Is located in Chiang Saen District, about 4 km South of Chiang Saen City. If you start from Chiang Saen Town Hall, Drive South. You will come to A Bridge close to the Mountain, Drive from the Bridge about 500, 600 meters.
You will come to a U-turn area.
At that area you can turn right and you will be inside at the Temple Area.
In the Temple Area You will see Thai Mythology and Historical Sculptures.
Drive up the mountain in the Temple area When you get up there you will enjoy the most Beautiful view, You even can see Part of the Golden Triangle from there.
The Temple has there own small Museum in there to.
Here you can see the equipment and other thing from ancient times.
If you are in Chiang Saen area don't miss it. You will not regret it when you see the views.
Adress: 391 Moo 5 Wiang Sub. Sist., Chiang Saen District, Chiang Rai Province
Jinzu Gawa Samma
This place is so beautiful in white. Wat Rong Khun also known as White Temple in Chiang Rai is so famous and a tourist favourite. It is undeniably an eye catcher. The carvings in the main temple are so complex yet so detailed. Although in the main temple is prohibited to enter. Other structures inside the complex are beautifully designed too. Every angles is awesome to take. Even the structure of the toilet building are well designed. I am really amazed by this place. Been a dream come true to see this up close. A must visit when in the Chang Rai city. Go check it out this wonder in the Land of Smiles too.
Mountains, historic Buddhist temples, and hill tribe settlements surround the magnificent Le Meridien in Chiang Rai. The hotel's two-level outdoor pool overlooks the beautiful Mae Kok River, and the spa offers relaxing massage treatments. Elegant accommodations feature a big balcony with a sofa that overlooks tropical foliage or the river. We stayed here for 2 nights, and the experience was great and fabulous! If I ever go to Chiang Rai again, I will be staying here.
The Phrathat Doi Pho Khao Temple.
The Temple is Located in the Golden Triangle, Infront of 7 Eleven, In Chiang Saen.
Adress: Moo 1, Wieng Sub.Dist. Chiang Saen District, Chiang Rai Province.
The temple Has a Very nice view over the Golden Triangle.
Is worth to to walk up the Stairs to Check Out the Nice Views.
Jinzu Gawa Samma
The 1-kilometer trek to the summit of Phu Chi Fa is best done early in the morning (about 5 a.m.) to catch a glimpse of the sunrise. After that, you can explore the mountain ridge's minor hiking routes, which take you a bit further along the Thai-Laos border.
All the way along, you'll have a fantastic view of the valley. Simply follow the dirt trails. Winding mountain routes, hill tribes, and waterfalls characterize the area surrounding Phu Chi Fa.
From Chiang Rai, Phu Chi Fa is a 2-2.5-hour drive. If you wish to go on a one-day journey, you should leave Chiang Rai no later than 3 a.m. I recommend staying in the area for a night or two to view the dawn at Phu Chi Fa.