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Mount Phu Chi Fa

Phu Chi Fa is 1,628 metres above average sea level. In the cool season, the landscape is so charming.

Doi Tung Royal Villa

Situated at Km. 12 of route 1149, this beautiful royal residence was built for the late Princess Mother in celebration of her 90th birthday in 1990. The villa is a 2-storey building neatly designed in northern ...

Wat Phra That Doi Tung

Located on the mountaintop of Doi Tung (the highest in Chiang Rai) at Km. 17.5 of route 1149, this is a most important place of worship for Buddhists in the North.

Doi Pha Tang

Have you ever felt like finding a tranquil place to hide yourself away from an otherwise chaotic life? If so, Doi Pha Tung could be one of the natural places you are looking for when you are in Thailand. ...

Doi Mae Salong

After the Communists took over the mainland of China in 1949 a division of Nationalist Chinese army fled through Yunnan Province to the Thai-Burmese border areas. In 1961, some of them were allowed to settle ...

Champa Thong Waterfall Park

Thailand has an abundance of natural beauty for the visitor, and native alike, to enjoy. Traveling in her national parks could be one of your most memorable traveling experiences. Doi Luang National park is ...

Wat Phra That Chom Kitti

At the top of a hill a short distance from the northwest corner of Chiang Saen is the temple of Wat Phrathat Chom Kitti. The temple, and in particular its chedi, is thought to pre-date the founding of Chiang ...

Chiang Saen Lake

Chiang Saen Lake It's easy to miss the sign along the highway between Chiang Rai and Chiang Saen that announces Chiang Saen Lake. If you like nature, start watching for the 21 km marker. Then take the time to ...

Golden Triangle (or Sop Ruak)

Located 9 km to the north of Chiang Saen county is this world-famous place where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet.

The Hall of Opium

Location: 10 km north of Chiang Saen Town (near the Golden Triangle) in Chiang Rai Province