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Embark on a fascinating journey from Chiang Mai to the renowned temples of Chiang Rai, along with a brief stopover at an intriguing natural hot spring. This excursion offers a rich blend of Thai culture and spirituality, nestled within an engaging day of exploration.

Your adventure starts with a convenient pick-up from your accommodation, whisking you away for a day of discovery in Chiang Rai’s notable landmarks.

Our trip starts with a visit to Wat Rong Khun, more commonly known as the White Temple. This striking white building, decorated with twinkling mirrors, creates a beautiful scene next to a calm pond. The design of the temple tells a story about Buddha’s teachings and important symbols in the religion.

Next, we head to Wat Rong Suea Ten, or the Blue Temple. Adorned with vibrant blue colors and intricate designs, the temple is a tribute to its historical predecessor that once graced the same grounds, an area known to have been roamed by tigers.

The adventure continues as we delve into the peculiar world of the Black House, or ‘Baan Dam.’ Far more than a house, this eccentric art complex showcases a wide array of intriguing art pieces. Crafted by renowned Thai artist Thawan Duchanee, it offers a captivating peek into the artist’s unique perspective.

Finally, our journey includes a brief stopover at a natural hot spring. Though it’s not a place for swimming, the hot spring is a nice spot to stretch your legs and enjoy the natural surroundings during our journey back.

After a day steeped in exploration and discovery, we’ll return you to your residence, leaving you with lasting memories and a deeper understanding of Thai cultural and spiritual traditions.



Marvel at the enchanting Wat Rong Khun, or White Temple
Admire the captivating Blue Temple, or Wat Rong Suea Ten.
Explore the Black House, a unique showcase of Thai artist Duchanee’s work.
Stretch your legs at a natural hot spring



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