Start the day by offering alms to a monk at Wat Chai Monkol. Board a longtail boat to explore Mae Ping River to experience another side of Chiang Mai life. Observe life on the riverbank. Enjoy "Khao Soy" a northern Thai cuisine. Finish by exploring the vibrant flower market of Chiang Mai.
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Explore Warorot Market
Begin the tour by exploring the Warorot Market. Check out one of the largest markets in Chiang Mai where almost everything is for sale from food to clothing to hill tribe crafts. Have plenty of time to taste and sample local treats while you're at it.
Discover Fresh Cut Flowers at Ton Lam Yai Flower Market
After Warorot Market, move on to the Ton Lam Yai Flower Market to check out its colorful, fresh-cut flowers.
Make an Offering at the Wat Chai Mongkol Temple
Take a songthaew to Wat Chai Mongkol, a temple built on the banks of the Mae Ping River. Upon arrival, take part in a local Buddhist practice by offering alms to monks and learn about other fascinating religious practices and traditions.
Mae Ping River Cruise
Cruise along the Mae Ping River revealing villages and rural life played out on the river shores. Hear about local livelihood and history from your guide throughout the journey.
Enjoy a Khao Soi Lunch
Head to a local farmer's house and enjoy a traditional northern Thai noodle soup usually made with chicken or beef, served over Chinese egg noodles and garnished with shallots, cilantro, pickled mustard greens, fried whole chilies and a squeeze of lime juice.
Visit a Local Garden
After lunch, visit a garden and learn about local fresh produce such as vegetables and herbs as well as the medicinal properties of plants before heading back to Chiang Mai by cruise.
Check-out at Wat Chai Mongkhon Temple
Want to see the real Chiang Mai? Come along then! We've got temples and monks to discover, a cruise on the Mae Ping River to enjoy, yummy noodles to slurp, a local farmer to meet and markets to explore.
Our Chiang Mai city tour adventure will begin by exploring the Warorot Market, one of the largest markets in Chiang Mai. Almost everything is for sale here from food to clothing to hill tribe crafts. At the market, you'll have plenty of time to taste and sample local specialties before moving on to the Ton Lam
Yai Flower Market, overflowing with colorful, fresh cut flowers.
Next, take a songthaew to Wat Chai Mongkol, a magnificent temple that was built on the banks of the Mae Ping River. Take part in a local Buddhist practice by offering alms to monks and learning about other interesting religious traditions.
Then it's time to take a cruise up the Mae Ping River, one of the main rivers in northern Thailand and the lifeline of Chiang Mai. Our Mae Ping River cruise will reveal villages and rural life played out on the river shores, and your guide will offer insight into local livelihood and history throughout the journey.
Next, enjoy a sumptuous Khao Soi lunch at a local farmer's house. This noodle dish is often made with chicken or beef, served over Chinese egg noodles, and garnished with shallots, cilantro, pickled mustard greens, fried whole chilies and a squeeze of lime juice. It's totally delicious and a must-try food in Chiang Mai!
After lunch, visit a garden to learn about local vegetables, herbs and the medicinal properties of plants, before returning to Chiang Mai by cruise back. This is where your Chiang Mai city tour will come to
an end, and feel free to continue exploring Chiang Mai at your leisure.
Khao Soi lunch
General admission (all attractions included)
Children 6 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate. This trip visits religious sites, please ensure your knees and shoulders are covered.
You can book a minimum of 1 and maximum of 12.
Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 08:30:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.