One Day Old Culture Temple & History of Chiang Mai

Price : 2,000 Time : 09.00-16.00

One Day Old Culture Temple & History of Chiang Mai

Itinerary:
• 09.00 – 09.30 am Pick you up to a recently discovered ancient city believed to have been built during the reign of King Meng Rai in 1286, “WIANG KUM KAM” was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom until the Ping river flooded and wiped out the whole city.
There are more than 20 ancient ruins inside and around Wiang Kum Kam which are dated from the 21st – 22nd Buddhist centuries. You will enjoy the horse cart riding around the old city.
• 12.00 a.m. Drive up the mountain to visit “WAT PHA THAT DOI SUTHEP”. Built in 1383, this mountaintop temple has a Chedi (pagoda) that houses holy Buddha relics. This temple is 3,520 feet level above sea level. It is the perfect place to get a bird eye view of the city. The temple can be reached via a steep Naga staircase comprised of 306 steps up to the temple.
• The last visit at “Wat Chedi Chet Yot” the temple is main attractions is a seven-spired square chedi, which was inspired by the design of the Phuttakaya stupa in India. More importantly, the stupa contains the ashes of King Tilokkarat, a king of the Meng Rai Dynasty who built this temple. Then return back to the city.

The price included: Horse carriages, Admission fee to temple, Lunch, English Speaking Tour guide and transport with air-condition.

Type: Private Tour

Duration: One day tour

Price: 2,000 Baht/pax (Private tour only. Minimum 2 pax)

Photo Gallery

The Horse carriages that can take you around the ancient city. This temple is 3,520 feet level above sea level.  It is the perfect place to get a bird eye view of the city. This temple is 3,520 feet level above sea level.  It is the perfect place to get a bird eye view of the city.
The square chedi of Khan Tom Temple. The square chedi of Khan Tom Temple. Wat E-Kang Built around 2060 BE during the reign og King Muang Kaew, Wat E-Kang consisted of a Temple and a Pagoda.
Wat E-Kang Built around 2060 BE during the reign og King Muang Kaew, Wat E-Kang consisted of a Temple and a Pagoda. Wat Nanchang Wat Nanchang
Doi Suthep Temple is Chiang Mai's most important and most visible landmark Doi Suthep Temple is Chiang Mai's most important and most visible landmark Doi Suthep Temple is Chiang Mai's most important and most visible landmark