Free Hotel Pickup
Chiang Mai Folk are famous for their calm and delicate nature. Those values are reflected in all our handcrafted products, which are classically neat, delicate and beautiful. On this trip, I will take you to observe and make your own handcrafts in Chiang Mai.
Art & Craft Workshops
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
Pay respects to Phra That Doi Kham at Phra That Doi Kham temple and strolling around the area from half an hour
Travel to ‘Royal Park Rajiapruek’ where we can take a car ride, admire the park and its atmosphere for one and a half hours
Visit Ton Kain temple for 1 hour (The only Thai Pavilion in northern regions and the archetype of Hor Kam Luang which located in ‘Royal Park Rajiapruek’)
Sightseeing at pottery handicraft village known as ‘Mueang Kung’. The village will teach you how to mold. You have 2 hours, so mold your best or potter will do the rest
Stop by ‘Baan Twai’ the village of wooden handicraft and visit Baan Twai temple (Decorated by woodcut and fretwork). Observing woodcutting and buying a souvenir from handicraft center along the river sides
Head back to your hotel.
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
Why this trip?
Explore Chiangmai and observe local communities along the way. The lovely part here is that you can actually get your hand on making your own clay work at a local pottery handcraft village.
How local is it?
Definitely! We will visit two local communities where they do their handicrafts. You can learn the local way of life along with this trip.
What makes it unique?
To be able to challenge yourself in a pottery work, learn some techniques, and get to keep your masterpiece as a keepsake from this trip.
- Hotel Pickup in Chiang Mai Area
Great trip with skillful and kind local.
March 22, 2015
Wonderful vegan cooking class.
We had such a wonderful day learning about Lanna cuisine from Lin. It was fun to go to the local market and see native vegetables, and taste them later in our food. More to come in a blog post soon on Miss Filatelista!
January 9, 2018
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