1. Private Tour: A Glimpse of Myanmar and the Golden Triangle Trip from Chiang Rai
This private excursion to the Golden Triangle lets you cross the Thai border into Myanmar for a glimpse of local Burmese culture in the town of Tachileik, where you’ll see a replica of Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda. Enjoy a 'tuk tuk' ride, eat a local lunch, and visit a hill tribe village and bustling market before returning to northern Thailand to view the Hall of Opium. Round-trip hotel transport by private vehicle is included on this full-day tour from Chiang Rai. Private tour of the town Tachileik in Myanmar (Burma) and the Golden Triangle from Chiang Rai See Burmese temples including the Temple of the Enrobed Elephant and a replica of Yangon’s famous Shwedagon Pagoda Sample typical Burmese food in a local restaurant and shop for souvenirs in a bustling market on the northern Thai border Visit the Golden Triangle and learn about its opium-producing history at the fascinating Hall of Opium Enjoy traveling through the gorgeous scenery of northern Thailand by private vehicle with an experienced guide
2. Sightseeing Join Tour Chiang Rai / Pick up only in Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai Sightseeing Join Tour Our comfortable, well air conditioned van or car pick you up at your hotel between 7.45 am - 08.30 am.The first destination will be the beautiful White Temple. From there your sightseeing continue to Blue Temple,Black House,Long Neck Village,Choui Fong Tea Plantation,Mae Sai.Before Mae Sai we stop for a lunch break.After you have enjoyed your lunch the next spot is the Golden Triangle where you can visit Opium Museum and enjoy Mekong River view.Back to town.You be back at your hotel around 17.00 pm - 19.00 pm. Pick up only in a radius of 3 km from Chiang Rai Night Basar.
3. Private Tour: Hill Tribes and the Golden Triangle Tour from Chiang Rai
Enjoy the best of Thailand’s culture, traditions and destinations with this private tour of Hill Tribes and the Golden Triangle from Chiang Rai. Your full-day adventure makes stops at Mae Chan, where you’ll visit the Yao and Akha hill tribe villages on your way from Chiang Rai. Traveling with a private guide insures all of your needs and desires are met, since the flexible excursion can be tailored to your interests. This exclusive experience allows you to enjoy a buffet lunch of traditional and western cuisine and pay a visit to the northern tip of the country where you’ll see the Thai-Burma border and wander the bustling public market.
4. Chiang Rai White and Black and Blue Temple
Chiang Mai sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest city in northern Thailand. It is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colourful hill tribes, a playground for seasoned travellers, a paradise for shoppers and a delight for adventurers.
5. The Highlights of Chiang Rai and the Akha Experience
Explore Chiang Rai on a full-day private tour with a professional guide. Visit Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park to see temple artifacts, botanical gardens, and traditional teakwood houses; admire artifacts from the Thai royal family at Oub Kham Museum; and marvel at the truly unique temple-as-art-exhibit of Wat Rong Khun, also known as the White Temple. Enhance your experience of northern Thailand's rich culture as you sample authentic northern Thai dishes at a local restaurant and browse the vendors at the central market.
6. Ancient City Tour from Chiang Rai with Golden Triangle and Royal Villa
Visit the Ancient City of Chiang Saen on a full-day tour from Chiang Rai City. Enjoy the flexibility of a profesionall guide throughout the day as you visit the Botanical Gardens and Royal Villa of the Queen mother, Golden Triangle, Mae Sai and more, with a break for lunch in a local restaurant. This 8 hours tour from Chiang Rai includes pickup and drop-off at city hotels, lunch, and entrance fees, and it’s a fun, personal way to explore the sites of northern Thailand. Exploration of Chiang Rai's must-see sights in 1 day. Cultural heritage in the ancient ruins of Chiang Saen. Panoramic landscapes over magnificent Mekong River. Pivotal Golden Triangle bordering Thailand, Myanmar & Laos. Informative, friendly and professional guide
7. Private Tour: Incredible Temples of Chiang Rai
Explore Chiang Rai's famous contemporary temples on this full-day private tour. With your private professional guide and comfortable transport, we will visit the well-known White Temples, the Blue Temple, the Black House, and Wat Huay Pla Kung
8. Hill tribe Tour & Highlights of Chiang Rai
Travel with a local Karen hill tribe guide, to visit authentic hill tribe villages of Chiang Rai. He will take you to meet his family in his village. They will share with you the Karen way of life. Activities may include; cooking traditional lunch together, short trek, learn about how the Karen farm and live with nature, how they weave cotton. As you are travelling with a local Karen guide, he'll open up cultural doors for you to learn about hill tribe culture and way of life, in a non-intrusive and responsible way.
9. Ancient City Tour from Chiang Rai with Golden Triangle and Royal Villa
Visit the Ancient City of Chiang Saen on a full-day tour from Chiang Rai City. Enjoy the flexibility of a profesionall guide throughout the day as you visit the Botanical Gardens and Royal Villa of the Queen mother, Golden Triangle, Mae Sai and more, with a break for lunch in a local restaurant. This 8 hours tour from Chiang Rai includes pickup and drop-off at city hotels, lunch, and entrance fees, and it’s a fun, personal way to explore the sites of northern Thailand.
10. Full day Mountain biking to Waterfall and Hot spring
You will discover the real rural Thailand and see the local lifestyle on the outskirts of Chiang Rai. We will cycle pass various fruit orchards, rice fields, rubber plantations, pineapple plantations, teak trees, waterfall and hot spring.
A few famous places to visit in Chiang Rai are Doi Din Dang Pottery, Khun Korn Waterfall, Baan Dam Museum, Wat Phra Kaew, Doi Mae Salong, etc. These places offer you the perfect escape from your monotonous life and let you take away some of the most unforgettable experiences of your life.
From waterfalls to flower gardens and beautiful temples to offbeat museums, there is no paucity of exciting ventures to look forward to when you are holidaying in Chiang Rai with your loved ones. Tourist places in Chiang Rai are a great visit for all kinds of tourists and it doesn’t matter if you are backpacking, visiting with your friends or having a family get-together.
Chiang Rai City remains a sleepy provincial town with a pleasant atmosphere. ... Founded in 1262 as the capital of the Mengrai Dynasty, after Chiang Saen, today the city retains a strong Lanna identity, mostly through its impressive collection of temples, art, language, cuisine and music.
With incredible jungle scenery, dramatic mountains and amazing landscapes, it's a really unique place. You could do hiking trips from Chiang Mai and Pai, and many people do, but due to the lack of tourists around Chiang Rai it's a great place to see some nature
The Slow Life in Chiang Rai Thailand. Living in Chiang Rai in Thailand's far north is a great alternative to Chaing Mai and Bangkok's city life. Life in Chiang Rai really is a breath of fresh air and a complete escape from traffic congestion. Even better, it's cheap. ... The cost of living in Chiang Rai.
Up in the north of Thailand, Chiang Rai is a small, safe, relaxed city that is definitely worth visiting for at least a few days of your itinerary in this part of the world
Budget travelers will want to venture to Chiang Rai over Chiang Mai. Though both cities are incredibly affordable, there is certainly a difference in the cost of accommodation, cuisine, and more in Chiang Ra
Chiang Rai is ideally situated for discovering Thailand's Golden Triangle, so three days in the city give you ample time to immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine, and explore the northern highlands.
Chiang Rai is located about 200 km from Chiang Mai, the most famous tourist destination in Northern Thailand. ... You can also travel from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai by yourself, as there are buses running daily and the tickets are quite cheap
From traditional means of transportation such as tuk-tuks and samlors, to modern popular ones, such as taxis, buses, motorcycles, and so on. You can also rent a car or even walk to get around the city
There aren't any trains running between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. The journey to Chiang Rai takes three hours, with most of the journey through beautiful mountain areas. There is plenty of legroom and the seats are very comfortable. There is also a clean toilet at the back of the bus.
Chiang Rai is the main jumping-off point for the Golden Triangle