Cleaning and safety practices
Exploration of fascinating Chiang Mai ancient temples
Traditional Buddhist architecture
The historic Buddha relic at Wat Suan Dok
The unique nagas (dragon) staircase at Wat Doi Suthep
Sweeping panoramic views of Chiang Mai & beyond
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Return Hotel Transfers
Visits to three famous temples in Chiang Mai : Wat Doi Suthep, Wat Suan Dok, Wat Chedi Luang
Service charge (optional)
Know Before You Book
Proper attire to enter a temple (No dresses above the knee. No short pants or three quarter pants. Modest shirts. No see through garments. No sports-wear. No footwear inside temple.).
Rates valid for Chiang Mai City hotels only. (Four Seasons Golden Triangle Resort and Veranda Resort will incur Surcharge of 500-baht per person).
Children 1 and younger are complimentary.
Children 11 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
For Spanish, French, German, Russian speaking guide you can upgrade to a Private Tour PLUS add Supplement payment Baht 700.00 (whole party).
Should your travel plans change after booking, do not worry. I Asia Thailand will do all possible to change your booking to fit with your new travel arrangements free of charge.
I Asia Thailand has an exclusive partnership with 'Safety in Asia’. Being specialists in Health & Safety management in the hospitality industry, they will guide us on the best hygiene practices available. 'Safety in Asia' is FTO (Federation of Tour Operators) approved
What you can expect
The city of Chiang Mai has a wealth of beautiful and historic Buddhist Wats (temples), and on this tour a visit to the most fascinating Wats is made.
Near the summit of Doi Suthep, is the 600 year old temple of WAT PHRATHAT DOI SUTHEP. After a drive up the mountain’s winding road, the final climb to the site is via an enormous mythological Nagas (Dragon-headed serpent) staircase of 306 steps (lifts are available). Inside the cloister is an intriguing copper-plated chedi topped by a five-tier gold parasol, which contains partial relics of Lord Buddha. On a clear day, there are incomparable views over the city of Chiang Mai from the temple grounds. Other temples visited on this tour include WAT SUAN DOK, whose large central stupa contains Buddha relic which supposedly self-multiplied! , and WAT CHEDI LUANG consist of an impressive chedi, originally built in 1411. It reached a height of over 85 metres before it was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1545. It now reaches a height of only 60 metres The temple also contains the city pillar.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travellers
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Temperature checks available
- Hand sanitiser provided