1. Royal Park Rajapruek
These beautiful floral gardens contain over 600sqm of diverse, but equally idyllic flower varieties. Visitors are even allowed to ride their bicycle within the park. Entry is 100 Thai Baht, however guests at the Prat Rajapruek Resort & Spa receive free entry to the park.
2. Wat Phra Singh
The Wat Phra Singh Temple is rich in Buddhist culture, and will certainly leave a lasting memory. Also known as the 'Dragon Temple', its buildings are crafted from the design of the Lanna Era, with plenty of dragon or serpents archetypes. Those looking for nearby accommodation, can find Baan Montien Boutique House just 100 meters away from the Temple.
3. Night Bazaar
The Night Bazaar is one of Thailand's oldest night street markets, and contains an interesting array of souvenirs, food and handicrafts. Often confused with the Sunday Walking Street Market, the Night Bazaar features every night of the week. Nearby accommodation includes the traditional Lanna styled Yaang Come village Hotel.
4. Thapae Gate
Thapae Gate is often seen as the most well known landmark in Chiang Mai. Years ago, it was the gateway for the traders, visiting monks and diplomats entering the walled city. Even today, it's still considered the central location for Chiang Mai citywide events and festivals. Guests looking to stay near the Thapae area can find Chedi Home guest house just 5 minutes walk away.