Full of writhing dragons, Chiang Mai's biggest Chinese temple stands in a huge lot behind the Anusarn Night Bazaar.
- Samakkee Charity Foundation Temple
- First Church
The weatherboard First Church was built in classic American style in 1868 by the Laos Mission from North Carolina.
- Wat Faham
Stop by this serene, riverside wát when you're in the area seeking out the city's best kôw soy.
- Elephant Monument
These two elephant statues in stucco pavilions were said to have been erected by King Chao Kavila in 1800.
- Wat Chetawan
Historic wát just east of the old city with an ancient-looking mosaic-decorated stupa.
- Philatelic Museum
Housed in the old city post office, this museum has lots of historic Thai stamps.
- Chinese Welcome Gate
The entrance to Chinatown is marked by this traditional Chinese welcome gate.
- Baan Tuek Art Centre
Hosts overspill shows from the Chiang Mai University Art Museum.
- Nakhon Ping Bridge
One of the main bridges across Mae Ping.
- Chiang Mai Zoo
Chiang Mai Zoo is better than many zoos in the region when it comes to animal welfare, but it's still quite depressing. In addition to animals from across…
- Chiang Mai Night Safari
This expansive animal park is open day and night, but the real action happens after dark, when you can view all sorts of critters from the back of an open…
- Nawarat Bridge
One of the main bridges across Mae Ping, which was first constructed in 1906 and has since been rebuilt (twice).
- Pratu Suan Dok
One of Chiang Mai's medieval gates, all of which were rebuilt in the 1960s and renovated in the 1990s.