Chiang Rai (Thai: เชียงราย, pronounced [t͡ɕʰīaŋ.rāːj]; Lanna: ᨩ᩠ᨿᨦᩁᩣ᩠ᨿ, pronounced [tɕiaŋ.haːj] is the northernmost province of Thailand. It is bordered by the Shan State of Myanmar to the north, Bokeo Province of Laos to the east, Phayao to the south, Lampang to the southwest, and Chiang Mai to the west.
Things to do in Chiang Rai Province
4.5 based on 314 reviews
WOOD FIRED FROM THE HEART FAVOLA, a specialty Italian restaurant by the Kok River, is the ultimate riverside dining destination in Chiang Rai for the "lazy gourmet" in a contemporary country scene, with breathtaking views of the Kok River and surrounding Mountains either day or evening. The cuisine in Favola is more of a journey rather than a meal period reflecting its name which means "fable or story" in English, where simplistic Italian flavours are presented from our signature wood fired oven and char-grill along with an array other Authentic Italian favourites.
The Italian Restaurant St Le Meridien Chiang Rai is a "must experience" for anyone traveling in Thailand. Located on the river, the setting is serene, and the service is exceptional. Upon arrival, we decided to seek a wonderful bottle of wine. We found that and more at the restaurant bar. The setting was so beautiful we decided to make a reservation for dinner that evening.
For dinner, things only got better. Wonderful musicians entertained with selections from Karen Carpenter and Carol King. The candles on the table and the ticki torches lighting the paths added to a perfect ambiance. Great food, great wine, great service, great setting. Oh my!!! Perfection is achieved. For a romantic evening, this is a great way to start.
4 based on 273 reviews
Connect Cafe': Coffee & Homemade Cuisine. We offer Thai/Western home-style food and drinks for everyone. We provide our customers delicious food/drinks, comfortable seats, jazzy atmosphere that everyone can enjoy. And for Vegetarians, we have the whole menu just for you! Come check us out! We are just opposite the old bus station.
This cafe is opposite the bus station and is a good place for a drink or quick meal. We visited at lunch time and were not disappointed.The club Sandwich and French fries were good as was the stir fry.
The staff were friendly and spoke good English.
The price was reasonable and I recommend that you visit.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Did not expect to run into a Mexican restaurant in Chiang Khong but we were pleasantly surprised! The food was delicious (especially the garlic bread and quesadillas! It took a while (1 hour) to get the food and compared to typical prices in the are it's expensive but it's definitely something else and worth it. Would come back!
4.5 based on 918 reviews
Welcome to Chivit Thamma Da, a small family run Cafe, Bistro and Bar located right on the banks of the beautiful Kok River in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. We serve natural, fresh and home made Food, Bakery, Coffees and Drinks in a slow environment close to nature, with plenty of flowing water, flowers, birds and fresh air. We believe that life should be slow, simple and beautiful. At Chivit Thamma Da you are encouraged to take your time and stay as long as you like.
See the other reviews. This is as good as it gets. Super smart operator, excellent service, excellent menu, fab location on the river, excellent property.
Prices marginally above average. Value for money is excellent.
Cake, food, coffee, cocktails it has it all.
Cannot recommend it enough and deserves the effort to get there (songtheow/taxi/bike). Close to the blue temple to make an afternoon out of it.
Completely bang on!
4.5 based on 975 reviews
Our food is combination between Northern cuisine and Thai food. We have some selections for gluten free, vegetarian and vegan available.
We went to the Barrab by the clock tower, not sure about the other reviews but the restaurant we went to was ok, nothing amazing. The food came out super quick, like two minutes so obviously had been siting at the back. It was ok food and a nice restaurant to sit in but nothing amazing and I would say you could find better probably.
4.5 based on 358 reviews
Jatujak Gallery & Restaurant is where you can enjoy great food along with a tasteful showcase of artistic collectibles. We bring you a unique dining experience set in refined, yet pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. Service: Thai food, quality wine / vip room / karaoke room / available for 70 people
This was excellent, OK a little bit pricier than the average Thai restaurant but it's worth it. I splashed out on my last dinner on this trip in Thailand. Had chicken satay starter and then fish in spicy pineapple sauce. Out flipping standing. Had a couple of reasonably priced glasses of house white for a change from Thai beer. Service great in very stylish surroundings.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
IMPORTANT: Mekong Pizza will be CLOSED from April 20th thru May 5th, 2017. Apologies for the inconvenience.<br><br>We do the best pizza on the Mekong. Or so our customers say. Thin, slightly crispy crust with organic salads and very good Australian beef for those who don't want pizza. Don't forget to try the fresh chocolate chip cookies. There's the usual assortment of Thai (and Lao) beers and a modest but decent wine selection. Try us. You'll like us. From what others are saying, it's the best kept secret in the Golden Triangle. OK, maybe not THE best. There's LOTS of secrets here, but you get the idea.
The pizzas are some of the best we have had in Thailand, and certainly match anything Bangkok can offer! The dining room is simple but comfortable with indoor and outdoor areas, with the awesome smell of the pizzas being baked from the kitchen in the...MoreMany thanks for your generous and enormously flattering review. Very glad you were pleased with your experience. Please come back again. And again... Best MS
4.5 based on 530 reviews
Steak, grill, and bar in a relaxing setting on the Kok river. As of late August Hungry Wolf's has moved to it's new location. We are no longer located in the city by the Night Bazaar. Please see the map or visit our Facebook page for details.
If your looking for a break from Northern Thai Food and want to hanker down on some good western food the Name says it all. The Hungry Wolf has Great Burgers, Pizza's and Steaks. The fellas that run the restaurant are friendly and make you...MoreWoohoo! The secret here is we're workaholics and we like good food. Thank you for the kind words!
4 based on 275 reviews
Casual cafe, tea room & home-made dining and eatery serving western cuisines, comfort foods and authentic northern Thai food, coffee, tea, cake, dessert, wine, Located on the bank of beautiful Mea Kok river in the heart of Chiang Rai. Wonderful treat and surroundings.
Melt in your Mouth was recommended - what a disappointment. Classic hi-so Thai coffee house packed with Bangkok tourists and their entourage. Poor quality food (we had the pancakes - packed dough, jar jam, and a smattering of whipped cream) and worse service and ridiculous prices. Avoid and go to Polar instead.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Sit down and enjoy great coffee, English breakfast with snacks and meals throughout the day. Alcoholic beverages available until 10pm daily. Free wifi and a small library of books for your perusal. English and Thai speaking hospitable staff. A great venue to gather local knowledge from residents and backpackers.<br>Closed on Sundays.
If your looking for a bar / cafe which has a little bit more atmosphere and niceness this is it, it is more set up for westerners than locals and offers a selection of western and Thai food but for that little bit more money. It was a lovely place to sit and enjoy lunch, but nothing spectacular. Staff were very friendly and attentive and the internet was great.
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