Private Cultural Temple Tour of Ancient Chiang Mai City
vist Wat umong “ Tunnel temple ”, Wat Sri su Pun “Silver Temple", Wat Chedi Liam, “temple of the square chedi” at Wiang Kum Kam, some important temple at Wiang Kum Kam Local nice lunch or test khao soi
Why this trip?
I want to take you to see some temple that is interesting but many people go to visit because have to drive a bit out skirt of Chiang Mai. and show you what i must eat and try food of Chiangmai.
Things to prepare for the trip
For temple visit please dress long pants / long skirt. and Please note that women are not allowed inside Wat Srisuphan, which is an active ordination hall for Buddhist monks.
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
Visit unseen Wat Umong temple. Explore the 700-year old site, it is also known as the “Tunnel Temple".Monks here live in a very natural and peace.Must see this temple with expert local.
Continue to Wat Srisuphan, known as the ‘silver temple’ for the Lanna-made silver detailing that covers the ordination hall inside and out. This is only one temple in Thailand is covered by beautifully worked silver plates.
Next, visit the ancient site of Wiang Kum Kam, the onetime capital of the Lanna Kingdom, where excavated ruins surround brick plinths and Wat Chedi Liam, a stepped pyramid chedi in Mon style.
head to a celebrated local restaurant for lunch: try Khao Soi, a traditional noodle dish with a rich, curry-like sauce, aromatic herbs, and spices.
After lunch, make the return trip to your hotel.
Extra expense you should prepare
- Soft drink and alcohol
- Hotel Pickup in Chiang Mai Area
Booking & Review(3)
Friendly, Accommodating, Knowledgeable
Jack was smiling from beginning to the end - a credit to his profession. Whenever we had requests or had questions, he would be more than happy to accommodate and answer any questions. For example, we wanted Jok Sompet for breakfast, and he took us right away. His selection of Wats to visit are also off-the-beaten-path, so that was well appreciated because we didn't want to do anything mainstream. Jack's knowledge of Burmese, Lanna and Thai culture/history/tradition really made the tour interesting and meaningful. Also, the Kao Soi meal was a nice ending for a great day. Thanks Jack, we will highly recommend him to any visitor to Chiang Mai.