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Chiang Mai is tucked away in northern Thailand, a sanctuary of sorts where wanderlust and a rich culture fuse to make it a memorable holiday...

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Provinces

Thailand is broken down into 77 provinces, with Chiang Mai being the second largest. Within Chiang Mai Province are 25 districts (amphoe), each with their own sub-districts (tambon) and smaller villages.

Chiang Mai is bordered by the following provinces in northern-Thailand: Mae Hong Song to the west, Chiang Rai to the north, Lampang and Lamphun to the east and Tak to the South.

Cheap Hotel Accommodation in Chiang Mai Province & Districts, Thailand

Other provinces in northern-Thailand include Phrae, Sukothai and Nan (which borders Laos to the east). The northern-Thailand region in general is mountainous and forested, however there are a number of large cities located here including the cities of Chiang Mai, Pai, Chiang Rai and Lampang.

There are plenty of accommodation options located in every province and district, including hotels, resorts, guest houses and hostels. Click the links below to explore all of the Thailand provinces and districts.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is tucked away in northern Thailand, a sanctuary of sorts where wanderlust and a rich culture fuse to make it a memorable holiday destination.

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Chiang Mai Old City

Si Phum, Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai was the former capital of the Lanna Kingdom between 1296-1768 and today, is capital of the Chiang Mai Province in northern-Thailand. The Chiang Mai Old City is classified as the area contained within the...

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Suthep, Chiang Mai

Nimmanhaemin, commonly referred to as ‘Nimman’, is a relatively new area in Chiang Mai, but one that has rapidly become the place to be for travellers and expats. With a huge range of restaurants, cafes...

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Pai, Mae Hong Son

Pai is a quaint town in the northern part of Thailand. The town has grown tremendously over the years, and has often been compared to Khao San in Bangkok.

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Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is one of the most exciting travel destinations in Thailand, a fact that can be attributed to its diverse attractions and warmth of the locals.

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Hang Dong

Hang Dong, Chiang Mai

Hang Dong is a district within the Chiang Mai Province and is a popular residential centre for expats living in northern Thailand. Hang Dong is located just 15 kms south of the old city and is bordered by other...

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Mae Rim

Mae Rim is a district in Chiang Mai province which located about 20 minutes north of the Chiang Mai old city. A beautiful mountainous area, Mae Rim is best known for having action adventure activities, elephant parks...

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Chang Phueak

Chang Phueak

Chang Phueak, Chiang Mai

Chang Puak is not a popular tourist attractions in Chiang Mai, but is the kind you discover and feel thrilled at the prospect of uncovering a hidden gem.

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Mae Sai

Mae Sai, Chiang Rai

Mae Sai is one of those Thai towns whose visit you will not forget in a long time, and for good reason. It presents an epic adventure for the curious traveller.

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Mae Hong Son

Mae Hong Son, Mae Hong Son

Mae Hong Son is the perfect picture of a remote Thai travel destination, one that is as secluded as it is enchanting. It makes for a unique getaway.

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Lampang, Lampang

Lampang, one of Thailand’s lesser known travel destination, is just as incredible as the more popular options, thanks to its diverse natural attractions.

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Lamphun, Lamphun

Lamphun is a quiet town in northern Thailand, one that is best known for its administrative position as the headquarters of Lamphun Province.

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Nan, Nan

Nan is a secluded province nestled in north eastern Thailand. This unique destination awaits your exploration as you set to uncover its diverse attractions.

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Chiang Dao

Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai

Chiang Dao is a scenic setting that enchants travellers who would like to steer clear of Bangkok’s bustling energy and embrace the tranquil environment.

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Phu Chi Fa

Tap Tao, Thoeng

Phu Chi Fa is an enticing travel destination for the adventurous visitor looking for a thrilling trip across Thailand’s most laid-back attractions.

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Mae Salong

Mae Salong, Chiang Rai

Mae Salong is also known as Santikhiri village. It is the epitome of Chinese influence in Thailand, and is nestled in the hilly ranges of Chiang Rai.

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Phayao, Phayao

Phayao is a quiet city tucked away in the expansive northern region of Thailand, a place that remains relatively unfamiliar even for natives.

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Chiang Saen

Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai

Chiang Saen is one of the prominent towns located in north Thailand and a favourite for adventure-travellers. This laid-back destination is a must-visit.

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Phrae, Phrae

Phrae is the previous headquarters of Thailand’s flourishing teak sector. This is evidenced by the numerous teak bungalows as well as reserved forests.

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Mae Sariang

Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son

Mae Sariang is a tiny town that borders Yuam River close to the Myanmar border in north Thailand. This quaint town charms visitors with its setting.

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Tha Ton

Tha Ton, Chiang Mai

Thaton is one of the most northern towns of Chiang Mai in Thailand. This small town attracts visitors interested in a unique Thai experience altogether.

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