What To Expect
Wat Prathart Doi Suthep is the most sacred temple in Chiang Mai and contains a holy relic of the Lord Buddha. It is tucked away in the mountains at an elevation of 1,056 metres with a Naga, a seven-headed dragon head serpent, railing along both sides. King Gue-Na built the monastery in 1383. The center contains a big chedi (spiral pagoda), containing partial relics of Lord Buddha. The temple compound offers an exhilarating view of Chiang Mai and the surrounding countryside. A visit to the nearby hill tribe village of the Meo people completes the day.
Pick up from Chiang Mai city center hotels
Meals and drinks
Optional activity costs
Tips and gratuities
Please dress respectfully by not wearing sleeveless T-shirts, shorts or strapless sandals.
Departure times are estimates only and may be an hour earlier or later. Our local tour operator will contact you regarding actual pick-up time depending on your hotel.
All tour itineraries are subject to change due to the weather and local conditions on the day of the tour.
Tours in Spanish, Italian, French and German languages are available upon request for an additional cost. Please inquire.
It is recommended that guests follow any public prohibition notices that may be issued, wear appropriate clothing and show utmost respect for the feelings of the Thai people during this period of mourning. Guests should also avoid photographs, videos and selfies and expect tourists sites and some important buildings to be closed.
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4 days / 3 nights