The fine weather,
the mountainous scenery, the exquisite handicrafts and the rich
northern Thai culture are some of the charms of the North.
Chiang Mai (697 km), the second biggest province of Thailand,
provides visitors with a host of places of interest, such as, Doi
Suthep, Doi Inthanon, Bhubing Palace, etc.
Chiang Rai (785 km), located at the northern tip of Thailand
in the very heart of the Golden Triangle, gains fame from its scenic
views, exotic hill tribes and exciting elephant back riding tours.
(670 km) is a town of beautiful women, bountiful orchards
and ancient temples.
Lampang (599 km) is the
sole province in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still
used as a means of transportation.
Phrae (643 km) is known for the northern costume called mohom
and Phae Muang Phi, a small area of weird earth formation. Lying
in the north-western corner bordering Burma,
Mae Hong Son (942 km) is well known as the "Town of Three
Mists" because it is mist-shrouded throughout most of the three
the first capital of the Thai Kingdom, is known for its historic
Loi Krathong festival
Phae Muang Phi,