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Chiang Rai or Chiang Mai? Or both? Looking for sensible advise

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Will be flying from Myranmar in Novmeber. Will fly to Bangkok and then trying to decide whether to fly to Chiang Rai or Chiang Mai?

I thought I'd fly to Chiang Rai and then head to Chiang Mai and then fly to Bangkok. From there fly to the south to spend time on a sleepy island. All in 14 days.

I have 14 days in Thailand. Would like to explore the north, spend a few days in Bangkok and chill on a island in the south. With this in mind, am I spreading myself thin by going to Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai and Bangkok and a sleepy island then back to Bangkok and home? If anyone can advise a sensible itinerary please help me on this.

Or if I had to chose between Chiang Rai or Chiang Mai I'd appreciate that. I hope to do a two day trek at either of those cities, explore the history, authentic culture of Thailand. Maybe go to a elephant sanctuary also?

Thanks!

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