The perfect place for a culture fix, Chiang Mai is picturesque paradise at its best.
Swap the hustle and bustle of Thailand's main cities for Chiang Mai's tranquil rainforests and foothills: head to the night markets, best on a weekend, to pick up local handicrafts, food and souvenirs, and try your hand at cooking in a Thai culinary class. With an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy too - such as zip lining and white water rafting - Chiang Mai is wonderfully diverse.
Chang Mai’s dry season is split into the cool season from November to February and the hot season from March to May. The cool months are beautifully warm and the ideal time to visit. The hot season sees soaring temperatures and humidity.
We particularly love Chang Mai from November to February, when the sun shines every day, temperatures are warm but comfortable, humidity is lower, and rain is scarce. Perfect weather for enjoying everything Chang Mai has to offer.
The monsoon rains break through from June to October, when the weather is a mix of downpours and bright sunshine. The rainy season is generally lighter in Chang Mai than in central or southern Thailand. The wettest month is September.View all hotels in Chiang Mai