Accommodation, flights, car rentals, things to do and more - for your holiday in North Thailand choose Expedia! Find everything you need to organise your trip to North Thailand in one place. Enter your dates in the search bar above or scroll to our top deals below!
4.5/5Wonderful!(65 area reviews)
Unique features of Nimman include the cafes and shopping. Make a stop by Nimman Road or Wat Suan Dok while you're exploring the area.
4.5/5Wonderful!(197 area reviews)
Gourmet restaurants interesting history and top sights from Wat Phra Singh to Sunday Walking Street Market – discover Old City, a destination also famous for its shopping.
4.5/5Wonderful!(89 area reviews)
A noteworthy feature of Chang Khlan is its popular shops. While you're in town, be sure to stop and check out Chiang Mai Night Bazaar and Art in Paradise.
4.5/5Wonderful!(36 area reviews)
Hai Ya is noteworthy for its historical sites, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Wat Sri Suphan and Wat Si Supan.
Wua Lai is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Wat Si Supan or Wat Sri Suphan.
Reviewed on 22 Sep 2020
Reviewed on 29 Dec 2020
Reviewed on 29 Sep 2020
Visit an ancient walled city and learn about the history of opium and the myriad cultures in this varied region. The North Thailand region comprises rolling green hills, tropical forests and fascinating cultural treats. Numerous traditions have evolved from the varied tribes and societies that share this picturesque terrain. Visit the many historical gems dotted around this vast region for a glimpse of the area’s identity.
Among the highlights are the temples of Chiang Mai , one of the region’s largest provinces, near the Myanmar border. Visit the walled city centre for a trip back in time and wander along the quaint alleys.
Marvel at the restored Tha Phae Gate and see the Wat Chiang Man, thought to be the oldest temple in the city. The most iconic temple is the 14th-century Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a gold-plated structure offering excellent views of the nearby city and countryside.
Go a little farther north to the Golden Triangle that marks the meeting point of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. It is known for its history with opium and contains the Golden Triangle Park Hall of Opium, which explains the dangers of drugs while relating local history.
Drive south about 4 hours from Chiang Mai to reach Sukhothai, another town with numerous historical treasures. In Sukhothai Historical Park, see walls, structures and other vestiges dating back to the 13th century. Make sure to see the intriguing temples of Wat Chetuphon and Wat Chedi Sung.
Go trekking through the dense jungle during cooler periods November through February in this otherwise hot and humid region. As you travel between towns, note how the food in this province is milder and less sweet than in South Thailand. Try the spiced pork sausage known as sai ua.
The region occupies the northern portion of Thailand, just south of Laos and Myanmar. Fly to Chiang Mai Airport from other parts of the country, rent a car or take the railway. Travel around on a bicycle on the area’s excellent cycle lanes.
North Thailand has a lush, tropical topography with charming old city centers and scenic country trails.
For more information, visit our COVID-19 information page.
Start browsing now!
*Some hotels require you to cancel at least 24-48 hours before check-in.