Wat Saen Muang Ma Luang, a hidden gem just off the beaten track. #WatSaenMuangMaLuang #wat #temple
A historic Wat on the edge of the old city with a intricately carved, golden facade #WatChaiSiPhum #Wat #temple #chiangmai
High above the City is one of northern Thailand’s most sacred temples, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep and is definitely something that shouldn’t be missed. The architecture, statues, murals and shrines here are nothing short of breathtaking.
Although it may not seem very special upon first glance as you enter the main gate, you look across and see the intricately carved building then you start to think perhaps there’s more to this place than meets the eye. #Temple #ChiangMai #Thailand
This was my favourite activity to do in Thailand. I’ve always wanted to bathe with elephants. I wasn’t interested in riding them, so I made sure I went to a no riding sanctuary. It was made even more pleasurable by the fact they had two baby elephants there at the time, one of which was only 2 days old and was so dam cute. This is something I think everyone should add to their bucket list #Elephants #Chiangmai
Hang out with the locals at Huay Tung Tao Lake, very few tourists know about his place. With a stunning landscape and mountainous backdrop there’s no better place to chill and enjoy a drink and meal with your mates #lake #chiangmai #chillout
The historical city of Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second largest city and still preserves some of the atmosphere of an ancient village alongside its modern urban charm. Be sure to plan extra time here! Lots of people, myself included, plan to stay for just a few days and end up wanting to stay for more! I loved the city, full of culture, friendly locals, incredible food markets, dozens of beautiful temples, a relaxed vibe and beautiful landscapes.