The city is a hot spot in Thailand in summer and cool in winter. Its natural springs make it the perfect place to go hiking or biking. But in the fall and winter, Chiang Mai is also a hot spot for snow-capped mountains. If you want to get away from the crowds, you should visit the northern Thai village of Loy Krathong. The town also hosts a number of other activities such as elephant bathing, zip-lining through the forest, and ice-climbing. The Festival of Lights is the perfect time for families to experience this beautiful part of the country.
If you’re a big fan of ancient temples, you should visit Chiang Mai. Although it’s less crowded, you can still spend quality time with the locals. If you love festivals, you should definitely check out the ‘Tai Moo’ festival. This festival is held annually during the ‘Rainy Season’. You can enjoy Thai food, enjoy the rains, and attend the lively markets.
If you are a history buff, you should make sure to check out the city’s ruins. The area has been a major tourist attraction for decades, but recent developments have changed the city’s landscape. Today, it’s a thriving city with plenty of tourists and condos. Tourism has increased, but it has also made life much more comfortable for tourists. Despite these changes, the old carved houses are still a part of the city’s cultural heritage.