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Things to do in Mae Rim District

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Zoo
“Good chance to get close to tigers from small to big one. They are raised in a clean and nice amenity. Feeding milk to the baby Tiger would be another unforgettable experience for children. ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Place to eat
“Mon Cham Sea of cloud, floral paradise and sun sweet strawberries! Mon Cham locates on a hill ridge in the area of Mong Nong Hoi village, only 20 minutes away from our resort. The weather is chilly all year around. On the east is the ‘Mon Long’ view over the whole area of the Royal Project is sea of cloud. And on the southern part, you will see Mong Nong Hoi village and the development center of Royal Project which is surrounded by layered of vegetable bed. Play Fa Strawberry Farm on the top of Mon Cham is personally recommended. Not only its large and sweet, but you will enjoy your strawberry picking with a view!”
  • 14 locals recommend
Zoo
“If you love elephant, there are about of elephant camp in Chiangmai. They have also one day trip to learning about elephant.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Garden
“If you appreciate the diversity of nature, this place is surprising. It will take a good bit of time to take it all in. ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Lake
“there have hut with lakeview. you can order some food in the hut chill out :)”
  • 17 locals recommend
Nature
“Mae Sa Waterfall is an impressive eight level waterfall with a small plunge pool for swimming in. It is popular with both Thai’s and foreign tourists and can get especially busy on weekends with families. Entrance costs 200 Baht for foreigners and it is a good idea to pack a blanket or picnic and spend a day at the waterfall. There is a large parking lot with lots of street vendors selling grilled pork and sticky rice, fruit, bottled drinks and ice cream. Mae Sa waterfall covers a large area and if you climb up to the fifth or sixth level there are less people. At the top of the waterfall there are hardly any people so it’s a nice place to get away from the crowds.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Park
“Elephant Poopoopaper is an eco-friendly museum to learn about paper productions from elephant poop fibres! The tour includes walking through the site gardens and seeing all the different stages from poo collection, rinsing to final product assembly. Visitors can take part in the production circle. Just pull up a stool, roll up your sleeves and work together to take part in the processes. During the paper-making process, there is a rich graphics and signage involved. It is an art workshop, eco-tourism, history and culture education, local crafts and exciting activities combined into one programme! Elephant Poopoopaper is a licensed partner of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Thailand. This means that the park supports WWF mission to protect our planet’s natural environment to build a better future for humans lives. Tour duration: 45-60 minutes”
  • 7 locals recommend
Place to eat
“Hiking, walking, running, beach (the water is super deep though, BE CAREFUL if you wanna jump it), restaurants. Must pay small fee at the entrance. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Beautiful scenery and lake view. Public park for running, bicycling, hut restaurant by the lake. Picnic and chill out relaxing spot. Sunset Spot.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Entertainment
“a long distance sling glide pretty much fun with view if you like an amusement activity”
  • 4 locals recommend
Place to eat
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Many fun activities on site for Children. Nice presentation of rare insect collection and lively life-cycle presentation for some species.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Establishment
“You can explore Doi Suthep mountain travelling through it: What Pa lat Hike (see other recommendations). Or you can rent a vehicle and start travelling around the mountain. Exploring the route that circles Doi Suthep National Park will take you to local villages, great waterfalls and unexplored caves. Wake up early, get your swim suit, hiking shoes, head lamp and a jacket for the beginning and the end of the day and start your trip around the national park. Some of the spots you will see if you complete the loop are: Mae sa waterfall (Entrance fee 100 THB) Pa ta cave (Free) Tad Kar Tan Cave (Free, unexplored, green crickets inside) Tat Krok Watefall (Free and hard to find, use Maps.me ratehr than Google Maps).”
  • 5 locals recommend
History Museum
“Found by the Queen of Rama V, the temple is a beautiful Lanna achitecture amid the peaceful surrounding. Please dress appropriately: no shorts, no too-revealing cloth. The temple offers meditation training. It is a place not to be missed if you staying in Mae Rim. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Nature
“Extreme adventure activities to fly across Chiang Mai rainforest and touch panorama view 360 degrees and the beauty of “MONLOUNG” view. Besides the zipline activity, they offer the first “JUNGLE COASTER” in Thailand and the “QUICK JUMP” a free fall device of 14 meters high dropping from tree top to the ground. And more! A highly recommended destination for all ages, especially for the adventurous spirit!!”
  • 3 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Zoo
“Good chance to get close to tigers from small to big one. They are raised in a clean and nice amenity. Feeding milk to the baby Tiger would be another unforgettable experience for children. ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Lake
“there have hut with lakeview. you can order some food in the hut chill out :)”
  • 17 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A favourite amongst locals and where to get your western food craving satisfied. Hint: ask for the 'other menu' that's not on the white board. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“You'll find all kinds of Thai food and some Western and Japanese dish there. Local price for Thai food drinks and desert. And Thai massage for 200BT per hour.”
  • 4 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 David´s Kitchen 113 Bamrungrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~1,000 - 3,000 THB • French MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View One of the most popular dining spots in town, this stylishly furnished restaurant serves a classic French menu created by Chef O, who knows a thing or two about searching out the best produce and ensuring that only prime cuts make it to the table. The well-balanced wine list includes a good selection by-the-glass and a visit to the wine bar is a good idea, whether for an apéritif or a digestif. Attentive and professional service adds to the experience.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bar
“For adrenaline junkies at X-Centre in Mae Rim you can bungy jump 50 metres, roll 100 metres down hill in a Xorb ball, drive off road buggies, ATV's and drive karts, ride trail bikes and play paintball. www.chiangmai-xcentre.com”
  • 2 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
  • 2 locals recommend
Resort
“MICHELIN Guide Thailand Extends to Chiang Mai. A unique menu. Nice ambiance. Half an hour outside of the city. ”
  • 2 locals recommend

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