Just outside central Chiang Mai, this resort is almost like a regal fortress, with a moat running through the exotic gardens. The suites and villas maintain the high class theme, and sun decks and Jacuzzis come as standard. The cottages pay homage to the building style of the hill tribes and there are two great pools amid the flowering surroundings.
With a proud history stretching back to the 13th century, this is one of Thailand’s most dynamic destinations, growing rapidly year on year. It’s a stark contrast to the beaches of the south, with lush hills, monks, and of course the indigenous hill tribe people, whose handicrafts you can buy at the markets.
Ways you can help in Chiang Mai
Elephants were historically extensively used to move and carry heavy objects such as tree logs, but with deforestation and loss of habitat, elephants in Thailand face their greatest challenges ever. You can help care for elephants at an inspiring center in Northern Thailand; help these beautiful creatures and gain an insight into Thai culture as […]