Our Recommended Routes!

Have more fun and enjoy your holidays in Chiang Mai,

Plern Plern would like to recommend you our favorite routes!
Route A: 
See the sacred site at the worth place to visit, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the temple for people who were born in the Year of Goat – according to Lanna belief and the place where you would be impressed with the sacred golden pagoda and the Chiang Mai scene from the bird eye view .
Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
Then, we would take you to the old and unique temple with ancient tunnels built in the late 14th century, which give the templeits name …. Wat Umong… (umong is Thai word for “tunnel”).  At this temple, you would be satisfied with the forested environment as well as the most ancient mural paintings in Lanna as appeared inside the tunnels and also be enjoyed feeding fish, turtles, and birds at the big pond in Wat Umong.
Wat Umong
The last place to visit is Wat Suan Dok – another ancient wat in Chiang Mai, built in the 14th century. Wat Suan Dok
There are several unique features; the large Wiharn or prayer hall, the large white Chedi or pagoda which contained Buddha relic that reputedly self-replicated, and the Khu  - the small white stupas which kept inside the relic of rulers of Chiang Mai.
Large white Chedi or pagoda
Route B:
See the Lanna architecture with high aesthetic value at Wat Ton Kwen. This wat was founded in 1865 during the reign of King Kawirorot Suriyawong and was recognized as one of Architectural Conservation Award: Chiang Mai by Architectural Heritage in Thailand. Inside the viharn, there was an ancient mural painting remained. This is only one place where you could see the perfect four-porched Lanna style pavilion. Wat Ton Kwen
Wat Ton Kwen
Then, we would take you to Baan Tawai – the village of wood carving and handicrafts. You would enjoy seeing and shopping for products made of wood carvings, silverware, lacquer ware, hand woven textiles, basketry, and pottery.Baan Tawai

Baan Tawai Baan Tawai

Baan Tawai
Route C:  
Have a small adventure at Mae Sa Elephant Camp – a place where you could enjoy watching the cute elephants show and riding on them! Especially for March 13th of every year, Mae Sa Elephant Camp would celebrate the National Thai Elephant Day by arrange the World’s Largest Elephant Buffet at the camp!
Mae Sa Elephant Camp
The cute elephants show
Then, visit the museum, Phra Tamnak Darapirom, the old palace of Phra Ratchachaya Chao Dararasmi, the daughter of the 7th Lord of Chiang Mai and the consort of King Rama V.
Phra Tamnak Darapirom
After the King passed away and the King Rama VI gave her the permission, Princess Dararasmi moved from Bangkok to stay at her ‘home’ here.
Princess Dararasmi statue
During her stay at Phra Tamnak Darapirom, she had supported and initiated several projects on public health, education, agriculture, and local culture for Lanna people. When the time passed by, the team from Chulalongkorn University had renovated this palace to the museum, where the information about the Princess are exhibited. Please be remarked that the museum is closed on Mondays.

If you still have times, you may also enjoy your day at another natural shady place, Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, where you could relax yourself under the local and exotic plants, refresh your mind with the colorful flowers, and stay cool at Mae Sa Noi waterfall.

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Attention Please!
Dear beloved guests, we regret to inform you that our complimentary drop-off service at Saturday & Sunday Markets has been paused for a while. Sorry for this inconvenience.

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