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DAY 1 – Chiang Rai, Thailand

Start off your epic 3 day journey at Chiang Rai. It’s a great starting point filled with Northern Thailand gorgeous natural landscapes, activities, having a relaxed vibe and is full of culture.

1.  Doi Tung Royal Villa and Mae Fah Luang Garden (Chiang Rai, Thailand)

Doi Tung Royal Villa + Mae Fah Luang Garden - Close Up

Doi Tung Royal Villa and Mae Fah Luang Garden is a place where true serenity meets captivating views. Truly a Twofer, two amazing places in one spot. Visitors to Doi Tung Royal Villa and Mae Fah Luang Garden can experience the mother nature beauty and appreciate the efforts of the local villagers of Doi Tung.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 0800H to 1800H
  • Ticket Price: 220 Baht
  • Estimated Time Spent: 1 to 2 Hours (Add on extra time if you would like to chill over a cup of famous Doi Tung Coffee and get lunch)

2.  Baan Dam Museum (Chiang Rai, Thailand)

Baan Dam Museum (The Black House) - Chiang Rai, Thailand

Baan Dam Museum (The Black House) is certainly a very different kind of place that you will expect. It’s unique. It’s beautiful. It’s macabre. I fall in love with it’s Dark Art which gives off this Sinister Feeling where you will feel moments of “there is something very wrong here”.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 0900H to 1200H & 1300H to 1700H
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Estimated Time Spent: 1 Hour

3.  Singha Park (Chiang Rai, Thailand)

Singha Park - Chiang Rai, Thailand

Singha Park is owned by Boon Rawd Brewery, the company who produce Singha Beer, but visitors hoping to find endless supplies of Singha Beer are out of luck. You will be WOW by the spectacular size of Singha Park. You can find many attractions in the park such as: Bike Trails, Zip Lines, Rock Climbing Tower, Animal Attraction Farms. Festival & Sports events are also held regularly in Singha Park.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 0800H to 1800H
  • Ticket Price: Free (Bicycle Rental 100 Baht)
  • Estimated Time Spent: 2 to 3 Hours (Add on extra time if you would like to try out the Awesome Zipline and visit more attractions)

4.  Chiang Rai Walking Street (Chiang Rai, Thailand)

Chiang Rai Walking Street - Finale

Chiang Rai Walking Street runs along Thanalai Road for about 1km long, with stalls setup at both sides. The roads are closed off to cars from 5pm onwards, so you can expect more room to roam around. Chiang Rai Walking Street offers great food, atmosphere and friendly people. Most shoppers are thai locals. It does get busy at times but that just adds up to the bustling feeling!

  • Opening Hours: Every Saturday 1700H to 2200H
  • Estimated Time Spent: 1 to 2 Hours (Add on extra time if you would like to get dinner and a Thai massage)
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