Family and Kids in Chiang Mai

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
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    Family and Kids

    The Chiangmai Boxing Stadium is a classic venue for both tourists and locals to observe traditional Thai style boxing. This is the place to be if you wish to watch a real Muay fight where almost each week, they have fighters from different countries. The Chiangmai Boxing Stadium is small but the fights are fantastic and the seats are all placed exceptionally well. Drinks here are also cheap and...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    The Elephant Jungle Paradise Park Chiang Mai

    Family and Kids

    The Elephant Jungle Paradise Park is basically a sanctuary for elephants where you would get the chance to interact with these majestic animals living in their natural habitat and support an ethical organisation that works for the welfare of these animals. While trekking through the lush jungle, you would come across groups of elephants as they wander free in their surroundings. A full day tour...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Hmong Village

    Family and Kids

    If you are interested to get insights into Hmong tribe’s daily life, the Doi Pui Hmong Tribal Village is an interesting place to be. The village features traditional silver-embroidered costumes, musical instruments, and bamboo crafts ideal to learn about their cultures and way of living. Nestled atop Doi Suthep, the village is home to a beautiful garden, museum, houses and souvenir shops....Read more
  4. Amazing Chiang Mai attraction for kids
    Wat Pan On

    Family and Kids

    Wat Pan On is a place of worship located in the old city. Considered to be built in the 1500s by Lanna King Mueang Kaeo, this ancient temple has been renovated recently. The newly-added chedi (stupa) is one of the most beautiful structures within temples in Chiang Mai. There are intricate wood carvings where different mythological creatures can be seen. Different murals on the premises are also...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Dolcetto Cafe

    Family and Kids

    The Dolcetto Café is a small and quaint coffee stop with an appealing décor complemented by chalkboards, metal, and wood. The quietness inside the café in spite of being located amid the bustling city of Nimman will let you spend some time with yourself or your loved ones or just enjoy reading a book while sipping artisan coffee. The outdoor area is surrounded by lush folia...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Chiang Mai
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    Family and Kids

    When you visit Wat Saen Muang Ma Luang, you will be greeted by 2 dragon statues guarding the gate. One of the lesser-known places in Chiang Mai, the origin of this temple is still not detected. Though small, carefully done wood carvings and gold work are enough to fascinate you. As not many tourists come here yet, you will get to spend some peaceful time here without any disturbances.
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Happy Elephant Home

    Family and Kids

    Happy Elephant Home is an elephant Sanctuary where the majestic animals are free to wander about, enjoy a swim in the river and eat whenever and as much as they wish to. Upon visiting, you would first get changed into the traditional Karen clothes; get introduced to the life style of the elephants and then meet them. Also, here at Happy Elephant Home, you can relish a lunch of authentic Thai fo...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Wachirathan Waterfall

    Family and Kids

    Wachirathan Waterfall is the second major waterfall that you would come across if you are making your way up to the Doi Inthanon summit. The waterfall flows down an escarpment of granite and though segmented, the falls have a height of eighty metres. Wachirathan Waterfall is also the one in the area that has the most power and perhaps one of the most impressive ones in the slopes. The water gus...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    X Centre Chiang Mai

    Family and Kids

    The ideal destination for adventure seekers and gaming lovers, X Centre Chiang Mai is the one-stop destination for adrenaline junkies of all ages. Offering a plethora of activities like bungee jump, off road buggies & ATVs, indoor drift karts, trail bike tours, paintball, and moto park, this adventure park is good for both family and kids. Different activities for children like mini extreme...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Tha Phae Gate (old City)

    Family and Kids

    The Phae Gate is a historical spot in the city. Chiang Mai is almost 800 years old, and most of the gates have been rebuilt in the mid 1980s. This beautiful Phae gate is one of the four gates of this ancient town. It's basically the entrance to the old walled city. Here you will find many people taking pictures, having fun, and feeding the pigeons, along with musicians playing good music. You w...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Anusarn Market

    Family and Kids

    The brightly-lit and well-organized Anusarn Market gives you a glimpse of the nightlife in Chiang Mai. It is a night bazaar with a mixture of old and new stalls that sell a variety of products including clothes, souvenirs, and paintings. For foodies, there are many restaurants here serving delicious food. There are 2 cool bars in the bazaar where you may hangout with friends having tasty drinks.
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
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    Family and Kids

    The Hill tribe research center is basically an ethnographic Museum that portrays the life of the minority hill tribes of Thailand. The Museum highlights the culture and history of the mountain tribes including Karen, Akha, Khamu, Lua, Lahu, Lisu, Mien, Thin and more. The Hill tribe research center has been divided into three sections including indoor exhibits of tribal jewellery, clothes along ...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Kawila Boxing Stadium

    Family and Kids

    If you are a sports enthusiast or interested in exploring the lesser-known side of Chiang Mai, do not miss a chance to visit Kawila Boxing Stadium when you are in the city. A place open for all, this stadium focuses on Muay Thai which means Thai kickboxing. They arrange different matches that are usually attended by locals and tourists alike. If you are looking for things to do in Chiang Mai, y...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Wat Ku Tao

    Family and Kids

    Wat Ku Tao is one of the famous places to visit in Chiang Mai. It is also known as Weruwan Wanaram Temple by many. This Buddhist temple was built in 1613 to enshrine the remains of the first Burmese ruler of Lan Na. Known for its unique stupa, this temple is influenced by the Yunnanese style architecture. With different statues adorning the premises, it makes for an interesting place to explore.
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Wat Thung Yu

    Family and Kids

    Wat Thung Yu isn’t a huge temple but is a beautiful temple whose architecture and design has been done really well. The two-tiered roof with the richly decorated gable extends from the main structure so as to create a shaded porch. There are idols of Buddha inside the temple that consists of various finely carved crystal images in striking colours. At the Wat Thung Yu temple, you would al...Read more