10 northern attractions, For tourist who’s seeking to experience nature, culture and way of life.

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        Traveling is part of life. Anyone who studies hard or works so stressed that they don’t have time to rest should plan a trip. what could be better than a breath of fresh air  in the midst of beautiful places, cool weather, abundant mountain views. as well as experience the way of life of people who are unique

Every holiday we’re seeking to go to the North And especially during the cold weather that has come to Thailand, the beauty, charm and nature of our northern tourist attractions are even more beautiful. In addition, the northern region has many provinces to choose from to travel. relax and comfort

1. Mon Jam, Chiang Mai Province

      Part of the royal shell project At the top of Mon Jam, you can see the surrounding mountains. Along with the fog beautifully The villagers in the area and officials of the Nong Hoi Royal Project. also helps to improve the scenery of Mon Jam to be beautiful with trees various flowers to bloom throughout the year and also made a bamboo arch along the Mon Jam cliff For tourists to sit and enjoy the view or eat comfortably nearby, there are also winter vegetable and fruit plots to visit as well. when combined with cold and fresh air Therefore, this is another popular place for tourists to relax. Relax and rest your brain to get rid of fatigue.

2. Doi Luang Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai Province

        Another outstanding mountain peak in Thailand with a height of 2,225 meters above sea level. Which is considered the third highest in Thailand. To conquer the top of Doi Luang Chiang Dao is not easy. In addition to the body must be strong. along with the difficult walking The heart must be ready have to fight too That’s why at the top of Doi Luang Chiang Dao, we meet only a few new friends a day. But if anyone has gone up to the top of the mountain You will find that it’s worth the effort. because the scenery can be seen from the top of the mountain So beautiful that you almost want to take your breath away. The tourists who want to travel to conquer the top of Doi Luang Chiang Dao. Must ask for permission from the Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary first. because there must be an officer to guide for the safety of tourists See more details at เฟซบุ๊ก เขตรักษาพันธุ์สัตว์ป่าเชียงดาว จ.เชียงใหม่

3. Doi Ang Khang, Chiang Mai Province

        A land surrounded by fertile green valleys Located at Mae Ngon Sub-district, Fang District, here tourists can visit the plantations of flowers, vegetables and winter fruits. Take a leisurely walk to pick fresh strawberries from the farm and visit the tea plantations in the mist. Experience the way of life of the hill tribes and the chilly weather. A heaven high up in the mountains that you can reach There is also “The Royal Agricultural Station Angkhang” is a popular tourist attraction. as it was located in a high valley It is cold all year round. There is also a plot to plant vegetables and fruits in winter. and winter flower plots to visit Inside there are interesting attractions such as a bonsai garden, a winter flower house, a tea plant, a plum plot, a bamboo garden, an 80-year-old flower garden, a strawberry plot, etc. See more details at เว็บไซต์ royalprojectangkhang.com

4. Chiang Mai Walking Street, Chiang Mai Province

        There are 2 walking streets in Chiang Mai, namely “Wua Lai Walking Street” (starting from the entrance on Chang Lo Road side). near Chiang Mai Gate until it ends at Thipnet Road), known as “Saturday Walking Street” because it is open only on Saturdays from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM, and “Tha Pae Walking Street” (from Tha Phae Gate along Ratchadamnoen Road to Wat Phra Sing and from Klang Wiang Intersection to the Three Kings Monument and Wat Chedi Luang) Open only on Sundays from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM, with both days there will be many products for sale. Both local products, handicrafts, cute souvenirs, as well as delicious savory-sweet food to enjoy.

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5. Hinoki Land, Chiang Mai Province

          The first and only hinoki wood kingdom in Thailand at Tambon Si Dong Yen. Chai Prakan District Within an area of over 83 rai, it has been designed to become a real Japanese model town. decorated with giant red lanterns The highlight is at Hinoki Castle. Made from fragrant wood, the size is higher than 4 floors, surrounded by the beautiful atmosphere of mountains and nature. The more it makes tourists like us enjoy walking until forgetting the time. Plus, there are beautiful photo taking corners in almost every square area. Can walk and play without getting bored For anyone who wants to add even more ins Here he also has Japanese national costumes. Both kimono and yukata are available for tourists to rent, walk around and take pictures. See more details at เฟซบุ๊ก BannmaihomHinoki บ้านไม้หอมฮิโนกิ

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6. Ban Mae Kampong, Chiang Mai Province

    A small village at Mae On District It was established about 100 years ago. Most of the population migrated from Doi Saket District. to come to make a garden as a career And set up houses near the river, the creek within the community has opened as an eco-tourism destination. with homestay accommodation available There are also many good things such as Uthoksima Church, over 100 years old, rare plants, Suan Miang, coffee plantation, Doi Mon Lan, tea pillow products, Bai Sri Su Kwan making, Various cultural performances, etc. Come and experience the warm lifestyle and culture of this community. Guaranteed to be unforgettable.

      These are just a few attractions in Chiang Mai that we picked to recommend. Here, there are still many great attractions waiting to welcome you. Importantly, you can travel in every season as well.

7. Phuket Temple, Nan Province

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         Located at Woranakorn Sub-district, Pua District, it is a temple that photographers like to capture the beauty of Pua here. because the temple is located in the middle of a beautiful rice field There is a building that allows tourists to go up for a bird’s-eye view. after paying homage to the Buddha image was able to walk up to the viewpoint which can see the vast fields as far as the eye can see and the big and small mountains ahead If coming to see the view in the morning during the sunrise will experience a warm and beautiful atmosphere in another way And there is also a light mist to admire as well

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      Near each other, there is a “Tub Tai Lue” from Phuket temple, can walk straight down. There will be a path down on the side of the temple. At Tub Na Thai Lue during the holidays, coffee and hot-cold drinks are served. There is a vegetable-fruit shop. and agricultural products of villagers to sell along with accommodation in a hut in the middle of the rice field, comfortable atmosphere

8. Wat Phumin, Nan Province

        Important temples of Nan It has been in the city of Nan for more than 400 years. It has outstanding architecture. Especially the temple which looks like a tetrahedron There is only one place in Thailand. Outside the entrance to the ubosot, there are 2 Naga statues, so it looks as if the building is on the back of the Naga.
        Interesting things inside the ubosot of Wat Phumin are both 1 baht banknotes that the Thai government used to print pictures of Wat Phumin during World War II, murals called “Hoop Taem” with pictures of Grandfather Man Ya. Man’s nickname is “Whispering Rak Banlue Lok”. In addition, there are large Buddha images in all 4 directions. It is believed that we have to walk around once and notice which Buddha image smiles at us the most. then make a wish to that person

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9. Wat Phra That Chae Haeng, Nan Province

        An important sanctuary of Nan Located in Muang Tut Sub-district, Phu Phiang District, about 3.6 kilometers from Wat Phumin. It is more than 600 years old, built between 1969-1902 during the political Chao Phraya period. with the purpose of being built to contain the Buddha’s relics It is assumed that the shape of the pagoda was influenced by Chedi Phra That Hariphunchai, Lamphun Province. The pagoda is a bell-shaped pagoda. Around the statue is lined with Changko gold. It is believed that Phra That Chae Haeng is Phra That for the birth year of the Rabbit year. If you come to pray for blessings, it will be auspicious for yourself and your family.

10. Doi Samer Dao, Nan Province

        Popular places to visit in Nan Located in Si Nan National Park, Na Noi District, it is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in Nan Province. There is a wide area along the mountain ridge. Suitable for stargazing. Watch the sun rise and set in the same area. At night, you can see the lights from Na Noi District. looks like soil And also can see the stars in the sky clearly and thoroughly. Nearby is the location of “Pha Hua Sing”, a cliff shaped like a crouching lion facing the east. Able to see 360 degree views.
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