Chiang Mai an enchanting location on the banks of the Ping River. Chiang Mai and its surroundings are blessed with a unique indigenous cultural identity and stunning natural beauty.
Chang Mai has been a city for 700 years and is the principal city of northern Thailand and capital of the province. Chiang Mai province, with its 19 districts, today has a population of more than 1.5 Million people.
The area is also home to 'Doi Inthanon', Thailand's tallest peak at 2.595 meters. The neighboring provinces around Chang Mai have great appeal, offering further opportunities to experience the distinctive culture and North's natural beauty.
It can get cold in Chiang Mai. The average yearly temperature is a pleasant 25.0 ° C, with highest temperatures getting up to 41.5 ° C, and the lowest to a nippy .7° C. The three seasons are summer, rainy and winter.
Chiang Mai is also the gateway to the northern hill tribes, although the villages in the surrounding highlands are so accustomed to seeing, and it is advised to here to experience culture that have yet be overly commercialized.