The Sai Ngam Hot Spring (also known as the Secret Hot Springs) is located 15 kilometres north of Pai and can be reached by scooter. With entry only...
Chiang Mai Hot Springs
Although the weather is hot in Chiang Mai, a dip in one of the many hot springs can be just the thing to reinvigorate you during your trip.
Best Hot Springs Near Chiang Mai, Pai & Chiang Rai, Thailand
San Kamphaeng Hot Springs is located about 1 hour south east of Chiang Mai and here you can sit and relax in the hot springs and boil some eggs in the hot water. Bring a picnic and spend the day as the park is well maintained and at only 100 THB, is cheap!
If travelling up north to Pai, there are two great options: Sai Ngam Hot Springs and the other is generically as Pai Hot Springs. The Pai Hots Springs are the most popular and attracts the most tourists, but it is close to town and more expensive than other springs. Sai Ngam Hot Spring is a little further out with a challenging drive, but is less touristy and much cheaper.
For those heading to Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai Hot Springs is located about half-way between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai on route 118, right near Khun Chee National Park. A common road stop on the way to Chiang Rai, you will find many tour buses stop at these hot springs on their way to tours of the famous White Temple in Chiang Rai.
Make sure to also check out Fang Hot Springs whilst you are up north as they are located 2 hours from Chiang Rai and make for a wonderful day trip. These springs can be found in Doi Pa Hom Pok National Park many of the springs jet out hot steam up to 50 metres high!
There are plenty of places to explore in Chiang Mai, so click the links below to check out some of the hot springs located in the northern regions of Thailand.
The Sai Ngam Hot Spring (also known as the Secret Hot Springs) is located 15 kilometres north of Pai and can be reached by scooter. With entry only costing 20 THB, this is certainly a great place to come and relax...
Pai Hot Springs are a central point for tourists in Huai Nam Dang Park, 5 miles south of Pai. The attraction is a magnet for all types of travellers.
Pha Soet Hot Spring is one of the most popular hot springs in Chiang Mai, and certainly a unique attraction. This geothermal feature is a must-experience.
The Tube Trek Water Park is the first of its kind in Chiang Mai. Loved by families, kids, and adults alike, this is the perfect place to spend the day if you’re looking to cool down – especially during the hot...