Experience the Breathtaking Yi Peng Lantern Festival in Chiang Mai

"If you only plan to visit Chiang Mai once in your lifetime, come during the Loy Krathong Festival." Held every November, Loy Krathong is a nationwide festival in Thailand, but it is most magnificent in Chiang Mai regardless of its scale and spectacle. The sky is filled with brilliant sky lanterns, the river is adorned with floating river lanterns, and Wat Phan Tao is lit up with candlelight, accompanied by a grand floral parade. This adds a touch of fantastical and romantic atmosphere to the daily small fresh style of Chiang Mai. (Loy Krathong Festival time: on the night of the full moon of the twelfth lunar month and the end of the year)

University of meizhou

6 years of history, well-known, but the ticket price is relatively expensive and difficult to grab (1140-1470 yuan).

Chiang mai racecourse

High cost performance, 10 kilometers away from the city center, with lower prices.
The Blue Temple of Chiang Mai, originally named as Wat Ban Den, is commonly referred to as the Blue Temple due to its primary blue color scheme. It is located on a small hill in the Muang District of Chiang Mai, facing lush green farmlands and resembling a picturesque landscape. It takes about 70 minutes by car from the Old City, via the 1001 highway, to reach the temple. The Blue Temple is one of the largest temple complexes in Chiang Mai, covering an area of over 80 rai, equivalent to approximately 128,000 square meters. It takes some time and physical effort to explore the entire temple.