The day starts at Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the provincial sacred place which is very beautiful and unique. At the viewpoint, a panoramic view of Chiang Mai downtown and Chiang Mai International Airport is visible on the nice weather day.
Spend the time to enjoy the nature and Hmong way of life at Doi Pui Hmong Village and support their products, such as hand-woven fabric, traditional costumes, seasonal fruits and vegetables or local tea and coffee.
MICE travellers must not miss Lanna traditional dishes which are tasty and spicy such as northern sausage, nam prik num, khao soi, larb kua (pork cooked in Northeastern style), and hang leh (pork curry). For the snacks do not miss fried bamboo worms which available in some seasons. All these local cuisines available around Nimmana Haeminda Road, around Chiang Mai University area and Waroros Market (Kad Luang).
Experience and learn about the charming and exclusive Lanna cultures which are arts, music, costume or attend the local cooking class from the local philosophers at Lanna Local Wisdom School.
Be fascinated with the gracefulness of Wat Chedi Luang, one of the ancient temples that was damaged from the earthquake in 1546 (B.E. 2088) but the splendid features remain. The surrounding areas are the location of other ancient temples such as Wat Phan Tao or Wat Inthakhin.
Relax the spirit and mind with the natural surrounding on the bank of the Ping River at Lanna, Thai, or international restaurants that serve a variety of menus. It is suitable for MICE travellers who want to enjoy time with friends or have a group discussion.