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Chiang Rai province has a lot to offer. From the hustle and bustle of downtown Chiang Rai to stunning nature with mountain ranges, hill-tribes, waterfalls, national parks, tea and coffee plantations, unique and famous temples, the unspoiled Mae Kok river, the Golden Triangle with the mighty Mekong river, musea, markets, vast countryside and many well-known Thai artists.

You will find almost all of these popular and "off the beaten track" destinations outside of downtown Chiang Rai which offers the typical scene of many modern Thai cities.

Bambuh Boutique is a great starting point to explore both the province's treasures and the surrounding Thai countryside.

We can assist you in many ways from arranging a taxi, private driver with or without a guide, one-day or multiple day trekking, boat trips to Laos and travel advice. Don't hesitate to ask us!

Golden Triangle & Mekong

Travel to the Golden Triangle where the mighty Mekong river is the border between Thailand - Laos and Myanmar. Do not forget to visit the impressive Hall of Opium museum.

55 km

White Temple

A touristic spot but still a must-visit, this unique white temple with amazing murals and an art museum.

25  km

Singha Park

Enjoy beautiful tea landscapes with lots of activities. From cycling to zip-lines, restauarants and a mini-zoo.

23.5 km

Monkey Cave Temple

Wat Tham Pla is also known as the Monkey Cave Temple after the macaques that live here. Climb to the viewpoint and explore caves.

40 km

Ancient Chiang Saen

Go back to ancient times walking in the old capitol of the Lanna kingdom at the banks of the Mekong river. Check out the beautiful city walls and Wat Phra That Chedi Luang.

49 km

Khun Korn Waterfall

Walk through the forest and relax with the cool breeze at the highest waterfall of the province.

39 km

Doi Mae Salong

A day trip full of mountain scenery, hill-tribe market and tea plantations.

47 km

Choui Fong Tea Plantation

Zen-shaped tea covered slopes blend with the stunning modern architecture of a restaurant. All with a dramatic backdrop of the mountain range of the Thai-Myanmar border.

29 km

Pu Chee Fah

Catching the sunrise in a sea of mist.....

95 km

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