Northern Thailand Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northern Thailand - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Chiang Rai and The Golden Triangle 19

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Ban Sop Ruak 4

Chiang Dao 1

Chiang Rai 8

Chiang Saen 3

Mae Sai 3

Sukhothai 10

Nan 6

The Mae Hong Son Loop 6

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Mae Hong Son 5

Mae Sariang 1

Phrae 5

Si Satchanalai 5

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National Museum

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To get a sense of the region's art, visit the National Museum, a mansion built in 1923 for the prince who ruled Nan, Chao Suriyapong...

Wat Chang Kham

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Wat Chang Kham has one of only seven surviving solid-gold Buddha images from the Sukhothai period. Its large chedi is supported by elephant...

Wat Hua Wiang Tai

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Nan is dotted with other wats. Wat Hua Wiang Tai is the gaudiest, with a naga running along the top of the wall and lively murals painted...

Wat Ming Muang

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Wat Ming Muang contains a stone pillar erected at the founding of Nan, some 800 years ago. ...

Wat Pumin

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Nan has one of the region's most unusual and beautiful temples, Wat Pumin, whose murals alone make a visit to this part of northern Thailand...

Wat Suan Tan

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Wat Suan Tan has a 15th-century bronze Buddha image. It's the scene of all-night fireworks during the annual Songkran festival in April.

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