Discover the best top things to do in Mae On, Thailand including Mae Kampong Village, Chiangmai Highlands Golf Course, San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Mueang On Cave, Kew Fin Viewpoint, Mae Ta-khrai National Park, Osom Car Rental.
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4.5 based on 175 reviews
It is a village in Mae On district, 50-60 kms from central Chiang Mai city via Sankampaeng route.
Most of tourists are local and Asians.
There are some lodges and homestays.
A few coffee shops and restaurants and souvenir shops.
There is a "Teentok" royal project where you can enjoy coffee shops and river flow.
For people with movement limitation or on wheelchairs, it is slightly difficult to enjoy the pkace due to hilly and rough surface for walkibg path.
Children shall be acconpanied by adults.
The place is good for groups of friends, family with teenagers, a couple.
Small childre, people with limitations might find some difficulties to access the place.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
We played in a flight of 3 mid handicappers.
The course was challenging but enjoyable thanks to the experienced caddies who were very helpful to our game.
The green constantly fooled us into misjudging its speed and slope but when we took their suggestion, we would be safe. We had a lot to learn from them. They were also hardworking in helping us find and spot the balls.
4 based on 337 reviews
A great spot to visit around 1 hour drive from Chiang Mai.
Full of Thais, no ferang there.
Buy your eggs at 20b on entering and cook in the 105°c watwe that gushes from the geysers. It is worth spending a couple of hours there in the shade.
4 based on 38 reviews
Muang On Cave is not difficult to reach, just head east from Chiang Mai City on Highway 1317 for about 40 minutes and up a hill. Parking space for bikes are plenty but limited for private cars. Hiking to the hilltop is free, but you must pay an entrance fee to a Thai lady at the bottom of the staircase if you want to visit the cave. The cave entrance is on the hill side and is easy to locate with some locals renting torches if you forgot to bring one. The cave itself is reasonably lit so a torch is not a must, rather a safety precaution. Staircase inside the cave is very steep and you should also watch your steps on the uneven cave floor.
This is not an extensive cave but still have some interesting rocks and some nice budda statues. If you happen to lodge around the area, this is a cool place to be. Otherwise, I still suggest Chiang Dao Cave up north of Chiang Mai.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
nice trip from chiang mai on a realy quiet road. Follow 1317 from Chiang mai (or use backroads like 4063 + 4041) and take well sighnposted turnoff for Kew Fin. in the rivervalley you will see a couple of touristy villages and a waterfall before it gets very steep. On top is this lovely lookout (200m on way to walk) with an almost europaen flair! Very nice.
Follow the road down the mountain and return on 1252 to make it a circle
4 based on 6 reviews
Is a combination of 2 temples 1 huge statut and some others crazy statues in the village of mae-ta-krai so nice and interesting place , is near national prak have lakes and waterfall
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