Chiang Mai City Experiences by Walking

Chiang Mai City Experiences by Walking

Tour Highlight : Chiang Mai is one of Thailand's most walk-able city's Most of the sights of the 700 year old former capital of the kingdom of Lanna are within the two kilometers squared city walls. You can walk with Chiang Mai Local Guide and the distance between points in the following suggested tours are great to learn something of the colorful, ancient history of Chiang Mai.

Package price per person (minimum 2 persons per departure)


  • 08:30 Explore one of Thailand's most walk-able cities. The journey starts in the old city area at the Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center: the former Provincial Hall of Chiang Mai and learn the history, tradition, culture, custom and life style of Chiang Mai. Continue to Wat chedi Luang, where the great Chedi which was built at the end of 14th century id located. Nearby is Pun Tao Temple, famous for its teak wooden chapel for lay people to pray on and was one of the four monastic temples. The walk along beautiful road to Thapae Gate; this eastern main entrance gate is still the main center of Chiang Mai's public city activities and festivals. Continue to Warorote Market, the biggest local Market in Chiang Mai which sells everything from clothes and textiles to fruits, herbs, flowers, vegetables, insects and even fireworks Next, walk across the Mae Ping River to visit the area of “Wat Gate" Visit the unique Gate Garaam Temple; there are old, solid timber built houses many of which are over 100 years old, Return to the hotel by Red Pick-up Cab; Chiang Mai unique local transportation.

  • 12:00 Transfer back to hotel

Package Inclusions:
  • An Air-Condition car or minivan
  • Tour service by English speaking tour guide
  • Personal shopping
  • Notice: Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center close on every MONDAY
  • Wear light and comfortable clothing, e.g. shorts and a t-shirt/tank-top,  Wear a warm cloth (Nov – Feb)
  • Wear comfortable shoes, e.g. pair of sneakers or sandals 
  • Always have bottled drinking water handy 
  • Child height must not exceed 140 cm