About Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, the capital of Northern Thailand, is the perfect host for your Bootcamp experience. The early morning mist mesmerizes, the crisp mountain air invigorates. Spread along the banks of the Ping River, Chiang Mai is a treasure house of jungle covered mountains, caves, waterfalls, hot springs and a vibrant city offering local and international restaurants, night life and shopping .

Mae Rim is ideally situated between city and mountains, 15 km from Chiang Mai, within minutes from National Parks, and famous tourist attractions.

Within easy reach from Kaewsa Resort you’ll find the local market, 7-11, Tops and Tesco stores, pharmacies, food stalls, local restaurants as well as fine dining and lots of coffee shops.

Chiang Mai is the hub of Northern Thailand and with a population of over 1 million in the metropolitan area, it is fifth-largest city in Thailand. It is surrounded by mountains and verdant countryside, situated on a plain at an elevation of 316 m. Chiang Mai is a lot quieter than the capital and has an feeling of modernity about it. Many expats live in the Chiang Mai region and it is known by locals as the “Rose of the North”.

Chiang Mai is a cultural and historical city. Its historical center is the walled city, in which there are more than 30 temples dating back to the founding of the principality. Naga staircases, leonine and angelic guardians, gilded umbrellas and pagodas laced with precious metal filigree also abound.

Modern-day Chiang Mai has expanded in all directions, but most prominently to the east. Here you will find Chang Klan Rd, the famous Night Bazaar, and where the bulk of Chiang Mai’s accommodation and night life is located.

Top 10 Tourist Attractions around Chiang Mai

  • Wat Prathat Doi Suthep

  • Doi Pui

  • Doi Inthanon

  • Wat Chedi Luang

  • Chiang Mai Gate Market

  • Sunday Walking Street

  • Night Bazaar

  • Elephant Nature Park

  • Tiger Kingdom

  • MaeSa Waterfall

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