Thailand hot spring tour



Thailand hot spring tour

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Flight to Chiang Mai International Airport suggest schedule

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Hotel recommendation

San Kamphaeng Hot Springs Tour

Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > The Giant Chiangmai Thailand > Mae Kampong Village > San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

Stay in OnSen (Health Spa & Hot Spring Resort)

or Camp Ta Torn Yorn

Day 2 Tham Muang On > Skugga Estate > Dutch Farm > Back to Chiang Mai


Hot Springs Tour

Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Hinoki Land > Fang Hot Springs > Je Mei Suki Yunnan Restaurant

Stay in Angkhang Choeng Doi Garden Resort

Day 2 Doi Ang Khang > Ang Khang Royal Agricultural Station > Thong Kwao Café > Back to Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai

Hot Springs Tour

Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Chiang Rai Hot Springs > Wat Rong Khun > Singha Park > Wat Rong Suea Ten > Clock Tower

Stay in The Riverie by Katathani Chiang Rai

or The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa

Day 2 Wat Huay Plakang > Baandam Museum > Pa Tueng Hot Springs > Choui Fong Tea > Back to Chiang Mai


Hot Springs Tour

Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Tha Pai Memorial Bridge > Tha Pai Hot Spring > Wat Phra That Mae Yen > Wat Luang > Pai Walking Street

Stay in Pai Village Boutique Resort

or Montis Resort

Day 2 Yun Lai Viewpoint > Santichon Village > Wat Nam Hu > Coffee in Love > Love Strawberry Pai > Pai Canyon > Back to Chiang Mai


Climate description of Thailand's cool season (November-February): November-February is Thailand's cool season. Affected by the northeast monsoon, during this season, the temperature in most parts of Thailand decreases and the climate is cool and pleasant. The average temperature is 19°C to 26°C. ℃ (the temperature on the mountain will be lower than 10℃). If you are traveling with elders or children, it is highly recommended to choose the relatively comfortable cool season. Local tourist festivals: Loy Krathong, Christmas, New Year’s Eve.



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San Kamphaeng Hot Springs Tour


Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > The Giant Chiangmai Thailand > Mae Kampong Village > San Kamphaeng Hot Springs > Stay in OnSen (Health Spa & Hot Spring Resort) or Camp Ta Torn Yorn



The Giant Chiangmai Thailand



The Giant Chiang Mai is not only a iconic famous coffee shop but also a super creative accommodation amid a scenic scenery. This coffee shop resort is surrounded by sloping mountain in Mae-On district. It's a place to attract people from everywhere.


The Giant Chiang Mai offers an outstanding accommodation under the concept of be harmony with the nature. In room is luxury classic furnished with a wild private terrace where is a perfect location to unwind with Mae-On scenery. To make it more exclusive private, The Giant Chiang Mai provides only a few rooms. Wish all the guest happy and enjoy the simple life.



Mae Kampong Village



Mae Kampong (Thai: แม่กำปอง) is a small village in Mae On District, Chiang Mai Province, approx. 55km north of the city of Chiang Mai, in Northern Thailand. Population about 500. Largely traditional agriculture, teas, coffees, rice. It is also a site of a Thai Royal Projects where high value plants are grown for market.


It is a home-stay village and tourists are welcome to stay with a family as a guest and to partake in daily life such as growing crops, looking after animals, cutting bamboo etc.



San Kamphaeng Hot Springs



The hot springs set amidst natural surroundings of trees and verdant hills, are located 36 kilometers from town.

People always find a warm bath a soothing and delightful experience. Bathing in warm mineral water even gives greater health benefits. There are numerous numbers of hot springs in Thailand. Some places offer tourists to have a hot springs mineral bath experience such as San Kamphaeng Hot Springs in Chiang Mai. San Kamphaeng Hot Springs has 2 hot springs shooting burst of hot water around 20 metres high into the air. Water temperature is originally over 100 degrees Celcius and then loses its heat through the blowing wind. San Kamphaeng Hot Springs was named after its location which formally belonged to San Kamphaeng district, Chiang Mai. But later on, there was a change in administrative district and the area then belonged to Mae On district. The water from the hot spring is very hot that you can boil an egg. Try boiling eggs, wait until they are done at your favorite level and try eating them with the soy sauce. You should never miss to experience hot springs mineral bath here. The place offers facilities for foot soaking, traditional mineral bath and a mineral swimming pool. Visitors can relax while enjoying the beautiful scenes of nicely-decorated flower gardens and the surrounding green mountains. Tourists can find a cluster of shops at the entrance gate that sell a lot of local souvenirs such as local hand-woven textiles, Bo Sang umbrellas and a wide selection of handicrafts.




Hotel recommendation

OnSen (Health Spa & Hot Spring Resort)



OnSen (Health Spa & Hot Spring Resort)



Hotel recommendation

Camp Ta Torn Yorn



Camp Ta Torn Yorn



Day 2 Tham Muang On > Skugga Estate > Dutch Farm > Back to Chiang Mai


Tham Muang On



Mueang On Cave is located in Mae On District. Chiang Mai Province Not far from San Kamphaeng Hot Springs. It is a large cave, hollowed out beneath a limestone mountain. Inside Muang On Cave, there are stalagmites and stalactites that occur naturally and there is “Phra That Nom Pha” which is a stalagmite containing the hair of the Lord Buddha. It can be considered a very strange and beautiful relic. Because it comes from nature and does not use human construction.


Skugga Estate



Chiang Mai Chocolate Factory Skugga Estate is a chocolate farm and factory located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, that produces organic and sustainable chocolate. The farm occupies a vast area, grows cocoa trees and other fruits and vegetables, and pays attention to ecological protection and sustainable development of the environment.

Visitors can take a guided tour of the farm and factory at Skugga Estate, learn about the chocolate production process, and taste freshly made chocolate. During the tour, your guide explains the history of chocolate, how the cocoa tree grows, and how chocolate is made.

Visitors can also take part in chocolate-making workshops, where professional chocolatiers teach how to make chocolate. Here, visitors can make their own chocolate, and can taste and take home the results of their own production.



Dutch Farm



Dutch Farm in Chiang Mai is a sightseeing farm located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, mainly with the theme of Dutch style. There are many interesting activities and experiences here, such as Dutch windmills, cobbler workshops, wooden shoe making, cheese factory visits, cycling and Dutch restaurants.

The main feature of Holland Ranch is its Dutch windmills. Visitors can tour the interior of a Dutch windmill and learn about its history and function. In addition, the farm also provides many experiential activities, such as letting tourists make wooden shoes by themselves, watching the cheese making process, etc.



Fang Hot Springs Tour


Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Hinoki Land > Fang Hot Springs > Je Mei Suki Yunnan Restaurant > Stay in Angkhang Choeng Doi Garden Resort


Hinoki Land




It is a tourist attraction for Japanese architecture. Hinoki Land is located on an area of 83 rai and opened for tourists to visit for the first time on October 4, 2018. It is a land that was created with the intention of gathering Japanese art, culture, and architecture. Come for Thai people to experience in a beautiful, authentic Japanese atmosphere.


Hinoki Land consists of various buildings. In front of the project you will find a large red lantern arch. Written in Japanese characters meaning "good luck", passing through the archway is a tunnel of 88 pairs of torii gates all the way to Hinoki Castle. Hinoki Castle has 4 floors and is built from hinoki pine. It is known as a noble pine and is a sacred wood of Japan. Hinoki Castle was inspired by Kinkakuji Castle or the Golden Castle in Kyoto.



Fang Hot Spring



These hot springs are situated at Ban Pin, which is located approximately 8 kilometers northwest of Fang City.


The hot springs of Fang are the main attraction of this ancient district of Chiang Mai. These hot springs are part of Doi Pa Hom Pok National Park and feature 40-88-degree-celsius springs originate from simmering granite. The largest spring jets out hot steam which is as high as 40-50 meters.




Je Mei Suki Yunnan Restaurant



A famous local Yunnan hot pot restaurant.



Je Mei Suki Yunnan Restaurant


Hotel recommendation

Angkhang Choeng Doi Garden Resort



Angkhang Choeng Doi Garden Resort



Day 2 Doi Ang Khang > Ang Khang Royal Agricultural Station > Thong Kwao Café > Back to Chiang Mai


Doi Ang Khang



Doi Ang Khang (Thai: ดอยอ่างขาง) is a mountain in Fang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It is part of the Daen Lao Range that straddles both sides of the Burmese-Thai border. It is the site of an agricultural station, the first research station set up by King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1969. The peak of Doi Ang Khang is 1,928 metres (6,325 ft) above sea level, and the agricultural station covers an area of 1,989 rai.



Ang Khang Royal Agricultural Station



Winter cherry blossom tour (cherry blossom season in January)


Thong Kwao Café



A coffee shop and cake shop with garden features.



Thong Kwao Café



Chiang Rai Hot Springs Tour


Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Chiang Rai Hot Springs > Wat Rong Khun > Singha Park > Wat Rong Suea Ten > Clock Tower > Stay in The Riverie by Katathani Chiang Rai or The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa



Mae Khachan Hot Spring



Mai Kachan Hot Springs is located in the Mae Chedi Mai district of Chiang Rai Province, and is mostly a resting place halfway between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. It is a natural hot spring, with a temperature of about 90 degrees Celsius, hot enough to boil eggs in water; It is a well-known tradition in the northern region of Thailand, in addition to recuperating, relaxing and soaking the feet.



Wat Rong Khun



Wat Rong Khun, the White Temple of Chiang Rai, is a white Buddhist temple located in Chiang Rai, Thailand. It was designed and built by the well-known local artist Chalermchai Kositpipat. Construction began in 1997 and is still being expanded.

The main color of this temple is white, and there is a blue swan lake in front of the main entrance of the temple, which has a unique scenery. There is a main hall in the middle of the temple building, in which a large white Buddha statue is enshrined, surrounded by many colored glass pieces, showing brilliant colors.

In addition to the main hall, the White Temple in Chiang Rai also includes many other buildings and attractions, such as: a white clock tower, a temple museum, a shell hall, a golden bridge, a white Hindu temple, etc., each building All have been carefully designed and decorated with an artistic flair.

Charamon Miracle, the builder of the White Temple in Chiang Rai, has said that he hopes the temple will become a spiritual hub for people and contribute to Thailand's culture and arts. Therefore, this temple is not only a tourist attraction, but also a representative of culture and art.



Singha Park 


Singha Park Singha Park is a large-scale agricultural theme park located in Chiang Rai, Thailand. It is invested and constructed by Thai Beverage, the parent company of the well-known Thai beer brand Singha Beer. The park covers an area of about 9,000 acres and is one of the largest agricultural theme parks in Thailand.

Attractions in Singha Park include: dense tea gardens, vineyards, herb gardens, strawberry gardens, rose gardens, fruit tree gardens and more. There are also some zoo areas in the park where animals can be viewed, such as: sheep, goats, ostriches, rabbits, ducks and more. In addition, the park also has an artificial lake and a viewing platform overlooking the beautiful scenery of the entire park.

There are some other activities you can participate in in Singha Park, such as: cycling, bird watching, fishing, tea tasting, fruit picking and so on. There are also some restaurants and coffee shops in the park, where you can taste local food and specialty coffee.



Wat Rong Suea Ten



Chiang Rai Blue Temple Wat Rong Suea Ten is a newly built Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai City, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, and it is also one of the local famous tourist attractions. The temple is famous all over the world for its unique architectural style and exquisite artistic decoration.

The Chiang Rai Blue Temple was built in 2016 and was designed and built by the well-known artist Chalermchai Kositpipat. The exterior of the temple presents a perfect fusion of traditional Thai architectural style and modern design elements, using a vivid blue and white palette, combined with exquisite murals and sculptures, displaying unparalleled beauty and artistic value.

The main building of the Blue Temple in Chiang Rai is a huge white stupa surrounded by small Buddhist halls and gardens. Inside the temple, visitors can enjoy exquisite murals, sculptures and decorations, the most famous of which is a huge "Heaven and Hell" mural, showing the superb skill and unique style of Chalat Shona's art.



Clock Tower



The Clock Tower in Chiang Rai is a landmark building in Chiang Rai, Thailand, and one of the local famous tourist attractions. The clock tower is about 20 meters high and is composed of white marble and golden copper lines, decorated with exquisite traditional Thai patterns and reliefs. At night, the bell tower will be lit up, showing a charming night scene.

The Chiang Rai Clock Tower was built in 2008 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej's ascension to the throne. The design of the clock tower is inspired by local culture and traditional architectural styles, and incorporates modern design elements.

Every night, the lights of the clock tower in Chiang Rai will change different colors, such as red, green, blue, etc., so that the entire clock tower exudes a different atmosphere. In addition, on special festivals and important anniversaries, the bell tower will also hold music and fireworks shows, attracting a large number of tourists to watch.


Hotel recommendation

The Riverie by Katathani Chiang Rai



The Riverie by Katathani Chiang Rai


Hotel recommendation

The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa



The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa



Day 2 Wat Huay Plakang > Baandam Museum > Pa Tueng Hot Springs > Choui Fong Tea > Back to Chiang Mai



Wat Huay Plakang



Wat Huay Plakang in Chiang Rai, famous for its huge white statue of Guanyin Statue. The temple is located on a hill in the rural area north of Chiang Rai town.


A fusion of Thai Lanna and Chinese styles. On the grounds there is a huge statue of Guanyin, a nine-story pagoda and a Thai temple. The statue sits on top of a mound. A staircase lined with Chinese dragons leads to the image. The Guanyin Statue sits on a lotus petal base and is 90 meters high.


After entering the Guanyin Statue, visitors can take the 25-story elevator to the top. The walls on the top floor are covered with white stucco depictions of Guanyin, mythological creatures and trees. Looking out from the 25th floor, you can enjoy the view of the valley, mountains, forest and Chiang Rai town. Surrounded by green hills, Guanyin Temple in Chiang Rai is a good place to watch the sunset.




Baandam Museum



Black House Museum Baandam Museum is a very special museum in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, and one of the famous local tourist attractions. Designed and built by renowned local artist Thawan Duchanee, the museum showcases his art works and collections, and is also a place to showcase local culture and traditions.

The architectural style of the Black House Museum is very unique, combining traditional northern Thai architecture and modern design elements, using a large number of black and red palettes, hence the name "Black House".

The interior of the museum displays many of Thai Vidan Pinpai's works of art, including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, textiles, etc., showing his deep understanding and unique style of Thai culture and traditions.



Pa Tueng Hot Springs



The temperature of the water at Pa Tueng Hot Spring is around 70-109 degrees Celsius. The height is about 10 meters. Once you reach the spot, you should see a large concrete plinth surrounded by it. It was a beautiful sight with water gushing from the subterranean area all the time. Be careful not to get too close to it, or your skin will be hurt.



Choui Fong Tea



Our founder, Thawee Wanaspitaksakul, planted his first plantation at Doi Payapai Mae Fah Luang in 1977, envisioning a tea that would impress customers from every corner of the world. He relentlessly pursued perfection through the use of time-honored methods, continually improving expertise and, above all, studying and understanding the local soil and climate.

After nearly three decades of learning and experience, Mr. Wanaspitaksakul was ready to open a second plantation that would meet his exacting standards. His search for the ideal location led him to Mae Chan, where he established operations in 2003.

Today, Choui Fong Tea remains a family-owned and operated tea producer. We proudly carry on our founder’s mandate by dedicating ourselves to delivering high quality products and a profound tea experience to our customers. Our family also strives to extend our founder’s legacy by operating a sustainable business that contributes to our community, promotes a healthy lifestyle, and conserves natural resources.


The tea garden produces green tea, oolong tea, Assam tea, black tea, fragrant slices, Tieguanyin and Pu'er, etc.


There are shops and restaurants in the park, where you can taste tea, buy tea leaves as souvenirs, and enjoy the scenery while eating cakes. The green tea desserts in the store are the most popular, and green tea frappe and green tea crepe cake are also quite famous.


Pai Hot Spring Tour


Day 1 Depart from Chiang Mai > Tha Pai Memorial Bridge > Tha Pai Hot Spring > Wat Phra That Mae Yen > Wat Luang > Pai Walking Street > Stay in Pai Village Boutique Resort or Montis Resort



Tha Pai Memorial Bridge



Tha Pai Memorial Bridge is a well-known tourist attraction and historical monument in Pai County. The bridge is a wooden suspension bridge spanning the Mae Hong Son River. The bridge has become one of Pai's representative landmarks and attracts many tourists to visit.


It was built during World War II to connect the residents of Pai with the surrounding area. It is said that the bridge was the main means of transportation for local residents at that time, and played an important role as a traffic bridge in the past. Today, the World War II Memorial Bridge is preserved as a memorial and has become an important local tourist attraction.



Tha Pai Hot Spring






Photo by:Thailand Insider


Wat Phra That Mae Yen



Wat Phra That Mae Yen is one of the most famous temples in Pai, located on a small hill in the center of Pai. The most striking feature is a huge white Buddha statue, about 70 meters high, overlooking downtown Pai and the surrounding scenery. The Buddha statue is especially majestic at sunset, as it sits on an open platform, allowing visitors to enjoy a magnificent view of the sunset.


In addition to the white Buddha statue, the temple also includes an exquisite temple hall in the style of a traditional Thai temple, enshrining relics of the Buddha and other temple artifacts. Tourists can climb the hills, climb to the platform of the temple, enjoy the beautiful scenery and feel the peaceful atmosphere of the temple.



Wat Luang



Walk around the walking street and see a beautiful and peaceful temple Wat Luang. The pagoda has the architectural style of Tai-Yai ไทยใหญ่ art and is considered one of the symbols of Pai.


Pai Walking Street 




Pai Night Market is located on the main street in the center of Pai and is usually open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. The street is closed to vehicular traffic, allowing stalls and merchants on the pedestrian street to have more space to display and sell a variety of goods and delicacies. There are many stalls and shops on the pedestrian street selling a variety of goods, including handicrafts, clothing, accessories, paintings, souvenirs and more.


You can also taste a variety of local delicacies and snacks, such as Thai traditional pastries, kebabs, fruit salad, fried rice noodles and more. In addition, you can enjoy performances by local artists such as music performances, buskers, dance performances and more.


When you come to Pai. You must try the northern Thai specialties food.


Khao Soi 




Golden noodles are wheat-based egg noodles cooked with ingredients like chicken, beef, and coconut milk, rather than the usual rice-based rice noodles and pork ingredients found in Thailand. Golden Noodle Soup is mostly made of curry with ginger, turmeric and ginger as the soup base. It is stewed with coconut milk, soy sauce and palm sugar, and then poured on the cooked golden Noodle to bake the unique aroma . The golden noodle is also often served with spicy ingredients such as shallots, pickled spicy sauerkraut and chili sauce.



Hotel recommendation

Pai Village Boutique Resort




Hotel recommendation

Montis Resort



Montis Resort



Day 2 Yun Lai Viewpoint > Santichon Village > Wat Nam Hu > Coffee in Love > Love Strawberry Pai > Pai Canyon > Back to Chiang Mai



Yun Lai Viewpoint



Climb to the Yun Lai Viewpoint, you can enjoy the magnificent scenery of Pai's green valleys, meandering rivers and distant mountains. Especially in the early morning and evening, when the sun shines on the earth, the scenery is more charming. Observation decks usually have viewing platforms for visitors to stop, take pictures and enjoy the view.




Santichon Village



Thais call this a Chinese village, and it is also a tourist attraction in northern Thailand. Speaking of this, I want to talk about history. During World War II, there was a team of 93rd Division. The 93rd Division originally belonged to the Eighth Army of the former Kuomintang in Yunnan. After the Kuomintang was defeated in 1949, because there was no retreat, they had to enter the current Golden Triangle area and stay there. The remnants of the original Kuomintang Anti-Japanese Expeditionary Army were merged into the 93rd Division. Let the Thai and Burmese governments face up to this force for the first time, so they encircled and suppressed it several times but failed. In the end, the Thai government realized that it was not an opponent of the 93rd Division, so it took the initiative to make a peace.


They have a certain degree of cooperation with the Thai government, accept the support and asylum of the Thai government, and set up military camps and activity bases in Thailand, but the condition is that the 93rd Division is required to be a mercenary to encircle and suppress the Thai Communist Party, which is also difficult for the Thai government forces. guerrillas. That piece of land is a hilltop in today's famous Golden Triangle area.



More than 70 years have passed, and there are more than 100,000 officers and soldiers of the 93rd Army and their descendants, forming nearly 100 Chinese villages, and Nanhu Mountain Village is one of them. The area of Nanhu Mountain Village was once inhabited by hill tribes who lived on agriculture, growing rice, fruit trees and vegetables. With the development of tourism, Pai County has gradually become a popular destination for tourists.




There are many small huts with Yunnan characteristics in the village. Lanterns are hung in front of the shops, red couplets and Huichun are pasted, and there are many Yunnan-style delicacies.




Wat Nam Hu



There is always clear water from the head of a Buddha statue in Wat Nam Hu, which is regarded as holy water by the people. You can also see portraits of Emperor Nalixuan, his sister and younger brother, and his favorite wood carving of a rooster everywhere.



Coffee in Love



Pai County is a valley town surrounded by mountains with beautiful scenery. It is the filming location of the Thai movie "Pai in Love ". Coffee in Love is a must-see tourist attraction in Pai County.




Love Strawberry Pai



Strawberry Park is also one of the filming locations of "Pai in Love". The Love Strawberry Pai at the entrance is a popular check-in spot for tourists. The park is full of lovely strawberries that are transformed into hearts. It is a good place for couples to take pictures here. Strawberry gifts, strawberry juice, strawberry ice cream, etc. .




Trailer of Thai Romance Movie "Pai in Love"



Pai Canyon



Photo by:Tourism Thailand


Pai Canyon is a naturally formed canyon landscape that has not been artificially destroyed. The original natural landscape is surrounded by cliffs on both sides, but the walking road is not wide, the terrain is rugged, and there are no safety guardrails on both sides, so it is really easy to walk but fear.



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