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Chiang Mai Adventure

Destination(s): Chiang Mai

If you like your vacations adrenaline-fueled and challenging, this is the itinerary for you. From bungee jumping to go karts to rock climbing to treetop eco tours, it's got it all. Chiang Mai has more than enough adventure to go around - we dare you to try it out yourself.

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Peak (The)

Peak (The)

  • 302/4 Chiangmai-Lampang Road
  • tel:+66 53 80 0567
  • Chiang Mai, 50100
Doi Inthanon National Park

Doi Inthanon National Park

  • 119 Ban-Luang Chomtong
  • tel:+66 53 28 6728
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50160

Standing at a height of 2565 meters, Doi Inthanon is the tallest peak in Thailand. Now named after King Inthawichayanon, who was also known as King Inthanon - the mountain has been had several names over the centuries including Doi Luang, meaning 'big mountain', and Doi Ang Ka, meaning 'crow pond peak', as there was once a pool popular with crows near the summit. Part of the mountain range that seperates Burma from Thailand (Loi Lar Mountain Range or Daen Lao Range), Doi Inthanon features numerous 'must see' sights, including cascading waterfalls, an abundance of hiking trails, some beautiful views and a pair of impressive chedis, built in honor of the contemporary King and Queen. When you arrive at Doi Inthanon head for the park's administration centre. Here you can find all the information you need to plan your day. There is also a food court where you can fuel up before hitting the trails. You may also notice another example of the Royal Project, where hill tribes are learning to sustain themselves through agriculture rather than poppy farming. Make sure you check out the beautiful waterfalls surrounding Doi Inthanon, the most impressive of which is Mae Yai Falls. There is also a Karen weaving village in this area, Ban Pha Mon that is worth visiting. To get to Doi Inthanon from Chiang Mai (about 90 minutes) take route 108 towards Chomthong. Follow this road for 57 km (35 miles) and turn right onto route 1009 (Chomthong-Doi Inthanon Road). Take this road for 31km (19 miles) and you will arrive at the park entrance. read more about Doi Inthanon National Park

Flight of the Gibbon

Flight of the Gibbon

  • 404-20 Jira Road
  • ( T. Nimuang, A Muang Buriram)
  • tel:+66 08 9970 5511
  • Visit website
  • Thailand, 31150

If flying down a zip wire into a tree top canopy is your idea of a good time, then Flight of the Gibbon is for you. Located around 45 minutes from Chiang Mai at a location known for its pristine rainforest, Flight of the Gibbon is one of Chiang Mai's best adventure attractions. Flying on a zip-line through ancient jungle is certainly an experience you won't forget, but there is also the opportunity to swim in waterfalls and see a hilltribe village. The attraction uses only top-of-the-line equipment & construction and safety is an absolute priority - the guides are trained in zip-line instruction, first-aid and wilderness skills.
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Extreme Sports Centre

Extreme Sports Centre

  • 816 Moo 1 T.Rim Tai A.Mae Rim
  • tel:+66 053 297700
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50180
Whole Earth Restaurant

Whole Earth Restaurant

  • 88 Sridonchai Road
  • Amphoe Mueang
  • tel:+66 53 28 2463
  • Chiang Mai, 50100
Pub (The)

Pub (The)

  • 189 Huay Kaew Road
  • tel:+66 53 21 1550
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50200
Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center

Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center

  • 185/3 Wualai Road
  • T.Hayya, Muang District
  • tel:+66 53 20 2993
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50100
Horn Bar

Horn Bar

  • 51/4 Chiang Mai-Sankampaeng Road Moo 1 T. Tasala Amphur Muang
  • Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi
  • tel:+66 53 88 8888
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50000
Loi Kroh Massage Salon

Loi Kroh Massage Salon

  • 1/3 Loikroh Road Soi 3
  • Muang
  • tel:+66 53 90 3884
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50100
3 Sis Bed and Breakfast

3 Sis Bed and Breakfast

  • 1 Soi 8 Phrapokklao Road
  • T. Phasing A. Maung
  • tel:+66 53 27 3243
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50200
Come-in House

Come-in House

  • 79/3 Sirithorn Road
  • tel:+66 53 21 2516
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50100
Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures

Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures

  • 55/3 Ratchapakhinai Road
  • ( T.Phra Singh A.Muang)
  • tel:+66 086 9111470
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50200

It stands to reason that in a region as mountainous as Chiang Mai province that there will be exceptional rock climbing. Whether a beginner, intermediate or certified spider monkey, head for Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures (CMRCA) to find it. For beginners, CMRCA offers a variety of courses that take you out for a day or two of personal challenges, teaching you how to become a rock climber. Far from pedestrian, it features a 60-meter abseil into a cave system! For the intermediate climber, CMRCA offers a variety of courses including technical top rope skills, introduction to lead climbing, introduction to vertical caving and bouldering. The climbing is at 'Crazy Horse Butress', Thailand's best developed crag, with about 150 routes. It is located about a 45 minute drive from Chiang Mai. The guides are all very professional and safety conscious but also fun and easy going. read more about Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures

Tamarind Village

Tamarind Village

  • 50/1 Rajdamnoen Road, Sri Phoom, Muang
  • Sri Phom, Muang
  • tel:+66 53 41 8969
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50200
Drunken Flower (The)

Drunken Flower (The)

  • 28/3 Soi 17 Nimmanhemin Road
  • Tambol Suthep
  • tel:+66 53 89 4210
  • Visit website
  • Chiang Mai, 50200
White Lotus Restaurant and Bar

White Lotus Restaurant and Bar

  • 68/3 Chareon Prathet Road
  • tel:+66 53 81 8108
  • Chiang Mai, 50100