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The area offers a variety of cooking classes, beautiful views, markets, resorts and restaurants. In addition, visitors can get a feel for true northern Thai culture during their visit. Places to see, ways to wander, and signature experiences. With endless verdant forests and mountain ranges, Chiang Rai is like an expansive playground for nature lovers and explorers. Come and lets visit the best half day tours in Chiang rai.

1. Thailand’s Golden Triangle and Village Life

Venture into the notorious Golden Triangle and discover the rich minority cultures that occupy these rolling hills on this door-to-door half-day tour. Visit a mountaintop Hmong settlement, the historic trading town of Chiang Saen, Wat Phra That Phu Khao temple, and Ban Sop Ruak village, and ride a longtail boat to the spot where Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand meet. Enjoy insights only locals can provide courtesy of your Thai guide. Discover the color and drama of the Golden Triangle in just half a day Cruise the Mekong on a traditional longtail boat to the border.

2. Half Day Chiang Rai City Tour including White Temple & Wat Phra Kaew 

Don’t let limited time in northern Thailand stop you seeing the highlights of Chiang Rai. This express tour, which proves ideal for time-pressed travelers, covers the iconic White Temple and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew) in just half a day, an included hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off in Chiang Mai. Cover more of Chiang Rai in less time on an express tour Transport by air-conditioned minivan reduces transit time Benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide

3. Chiang Rai City and Temples Tour 

Make the most of even a short time in Chiang Rai by checking off the city’s historic highlights on a guided half-day tour that’s tailor-made for first-time visitors. See Wat Phra Kaeo, the original home of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra That Doi Thong, with its views of the Kok River, Wat Rong Khun, the famous “White Temple”, the King Mengrai Monument, and more. Tour includes round-trip transfers from select Chiang Rai hotels. See the White Temple, Wat Phra Kaeo, Wat Phra That Doi Thong, and more Enjoy rich insights into Thai culture, religion, and history from your guide

4. Balloon Chiang Rai-Soft Adventure and Nature Touch Activity 

After an early morning pick up from your Chiang Rai hotel, arrive at an authentic farm at Ban Chomna Resort. Enjoy a refreshing tropical Welcome Drink, such as mint, lemon grass or seasonal juice. Watch the Ground Crew prepare for the 'Once-In-A-Lifetime' experience of hot-air ballooning over the stunning Chiang Rai countryside. The experience will take approximately 45 to 60 minutes and will be at dawn, just as the sun rises to start a new day. After landing, take part in the Post Flight Champagne Celebration in the grass hut stations right in the middle of the rice field. Then it is time for an organic Lanna Style A -La-Carte Breakfast with stream sticky rice harvested from their own rice field, together with local herb juice, fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden.

5. Chiang Rai City & Temples

This is a half day tour aimed at taking you to the main sites of Chiang Rai. Visit the main market area and Wat Phra Kaew Chiang Rai, where the famous Emerald Buddha (in Bangkok) was found in A.D. 1434. Visit also Wat Doi Thong, with its Navel Pillars, overlooking the Mae Kok River, and King Meng Rai’s Monument with its annual festival in February. Then visit Wat Rong Khun, also called “The White Temple”; inside it contains murals and paintings of the Buddha image and painted enamel ceramic floor. The outside was created with lime sculpture Thai designs decorated with small pieces of mirror that make the building sparkle and shine under the sunlight.

6.  Day Trip to Chiang Rai & White Temple 

The idea of this trip is to visit Wat Phra Kaew where the Emerald Buddha image was once enshrined, Blue Temple (Rong Sued Ten Temple); designed by the local Chiang Rai artist. Continue to visit Wat Rong Khun (White’s Temple), the unique northern Art temple.

 7. Half Day Cycling Tour to the White temple 

Focus on the lush landscape during this bike tour through Chiang Rai with a guide in the lead. You won't have to worry about directions, just pedal along and soak up the views of quaint villages and small farms along both paved and dirt roads. Finish up at the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun); you'll learn about its religious significance and history from your guide.

8. Half-Day Temples and City Private Tour of Chiang Rai 

Visit the temples of Chiang Rai on this 4-hour tour. You'll see historical sites such as Wat Phra Singh and ornate architecture like Wat Rong Khun, plus visit Oub Kham Museum to learn about the Lanna kingdom. When booking, select the tour option that matches your circumstances as either a solo or group traveler and for pickup in the city or the Golden Triangle. 4-hour city tour of Chiang Rai See the temples of Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Phra Singha Admire Lanna artifacts at the Oub Kham Museum Visit a market to see where locals do their regular shopping

9. Chiang Rai: Half-Day Tour Highlights of Chiang Rai 

This is a half day tour aimed at taking you to the main sites of Chiang Rai. Visit the main market area and Wat Phra Kaew Chiang Rai, where the famous Emerald Buddha (in Bangkok) was found in A.D. 1434. Visit also Wat Doi Thong, with its Navel Pillars, overlooking the Mae Kok River, and King Meng Rai’s Monument with its annual festival in February. Then visit Wat Rong Khun, also called “The White Temple”; inside it contains murals and paintings of the Buddha image and painted enamel ceramic floor. The outside was created with lime sculpture Thai designs decorated with small pieces of mirror that make the building sparkle and shine under the sunlight.

10. Chiang Rai : Food & Night Market Walking Tour with Local Host 

Explore Chiang Rai’s colorful night markets & sightseeing visit with a local on an evening food tour of the city on foot and by car. Bring an appetite for this small-group Chaing Rai food tour, which includes samples of local market foods and desserts, with pickup and drop-off from your Chiang Rai hotel with night sightseeing.

Half Day Tours in Chiang Rai

Half Day city tour in Chiang Rai
Half Day Tours, Chiang Rai
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More About Chiang Rai Tourism

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.

People Also Ask About Chiang Rai

  1. What is Chiang Rai known for ?

    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.

  2. Is Chiang Rai worth visiting?

    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

  3. Is Chiang Rai a good place to live?

    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.

  4. Is Chiang Rai safe?

    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

  5. Is Chiang Rai cheaper than Chiang Mai?

    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

  6. How many days do you need in Chiang Rai?

    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.

  7. Can you do a day trip from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai?

    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

  8. How do you get around Chiang Rai?

    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

  9. Is there a train from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai?

    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.

  10. Is Chiang Rai in the Golden Triangle?

    Chiang Rai is the main jumping-off point for the Golden Triangle