We have thoroughly enjoyed our years here in Thailand's "Rose of the North". The temperature here is comfortable enough to wear a single layer of light clothing.There is a cornucopia of things to discover in one of the World's best cities to visit (Travel and Leisure 2010) certain to cater to wanderlust.
The city's numerous old-stone temples and Thailand's world-renowned food is reason enough to attract thousands of tourists each year.
Chiangmai is home to many nature reserves and animal parks that can be found in Mae Rim or Mae Taeng districts. Some tourists prefer the adrenaline thrill, and dabble in extreme sports that can also be found in Mae Rim, one of the many locations that are within an hour from the estate.
Many simply enjoy to explore the resplendent ring of mountains rimming Chiangmai city, whose views cannot be beat.
For something closer to home, living in the untouched countryside is an experience in itself: wandering through the nearby villages and living local life promises to be an invigorating escapade.
Let us not forget the festivals that liven Thailand all year round, the most popular being Songkran and Loy Krathong in April and November respectively.
Deciding where to go may be a difficult decision; and as such we would be happy to recommend a personal guide to bring guests around.You need not worry about transport costs as our driver and vehicle are included in the rates.