A country of compassion, Thailand showcases the core Asian culture and infrastructure which attracts lakhs of tourists every year.
Located on a lush green valley, on the banks of the Ping River, Chiang Mai is a traveller’s paradise. Varying from temples to mountains, tourist spots in Chiang Mai would never fail to impress you.
Contouring around Ping River, Chiang Mai was awarded the title of creative city by UNESCO in 2015.
When thinking about Thailand, Tuk Tuk is one of the signature forms of Thai transport that come up in a tourists’ mind!
If you see a group of motorcycle riders with a pink vest, you are in the right place!
One of the coolest transportation could be the Segway! Segway is a self-balancing personal transporter with two wheels, and it is popularly used by global travelers.
The language barrier is not a problem anymore! Uber and Grab are the popular mobile ride-sharing applications that allow you to book the taxi service or personal driver at your fingertips.
The orange songthaew plies the route from Chiang Mai to Fang district, where the beautiful Doi Ang Khang National Park is situated.
The yellow songthaew has specifically designated routes going between Chiang Mai city and the other towns.
The red songthaew is also known as the red car, red taxi or red truck. The moment you arrive in Chiang Mai, either by flight, train or a bus, you will notice there are loads of this red songthaew in the city.
Join the Tuk Tuk club and take the unique opportunity to drive a classic three wheeler Tuk Tuk down the rural roads of Chiang Mai and neighboring Mae Hong Son province.