Chiang Mai City villas in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

Chiang Mai is the most culturally significant city in Thailand; rich in heritage and populated with welcoming people. The city boasts over 300 temples, known locally as 'wats', reflecting the country's predominant Buddhist religion. The region is also well known for its handicrafts, which include hand-woven Thai silk, delicate silver jewellery and an ancient tradition of umbrella making from mulberry paper and bamboo. The city's many markets make Chiang Mai a shopper's paradise. The Night Bazaar is a bustling nightly event, while the less-touristy Sunday Walking Street on Ratchadamnoen Road also features vendors selling unique handmade items, clothes and food. Chiang Mai also offers an abundance of restaurants, from street hawkers to fine dining. Nimmanhaemin Road is the city's most salubrious food and nightlife zone, while restaurants such as Riverside and The Brasserie also offer great food and live music on the banks of the Mae Ping River. Chiang Mai International Airport has daily connections with Bangkok, as well as other Southeast Asian destinations, including Singapore, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Laos, and Cambodia. Travel within the city is easy. Song Thaew's (red converted pick-up trucks) are the most convenient way to get around.


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Baan Cheep Chang

Baan Cheep Chang

Thailand » Chiang Mai Province » Chiang Mai City

Our stay at Baan Cheep Chang was the perfect antidote to the normal daily stresses of city life. After a warm greeting from the amenable staff, the pace quickly shifted down a gear as we relaxed into the peaceful, green surroundings and slipped into the soothing waters of the delightful pool.

We chose Chiang Mai over Thailand's beach destinations because we wanted to experience the country's culture as well as its natural attractions. This villa was the perfect base to do just that; the architecture and interiors offering a cultural journey in themselves (we couldn't help but make regular stops between rooms to peruse the intricate woodcarvings, statues and paintings and old photos that fill the villa). After two days relaxing poolside and another two exploring the stunning Chiang Mai countryside, coming home to healthy home cooked meals, we left Baan Cheep Chang relaxed, inspired and vowing to return.
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