The hot springs and geysers are always curious, and children will enjoy sharing the local tradition of boiling eggs in the pool, so the place is family friendly.
An excellent option to spend a day or a half.
More information is available in this post about Sankhampaeng.
Elephant Poopoopaper Park
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 08h30 to 17h30 Link.
The word “poop” is always fun for children, although depending on the context it can make adults uncomfortable. So elephant poop sounds very good.
Here you learn how to make eco-friendly recycled paper, precisely with the poop of elephants.
Siam Insect zoo
Opening hours: Daily from 09h00 to 17h00 (update before the visit) Link.
An open insect world to see, learn and enjoy with alive beetles, stick insect, Mantis, Scorpions, Spiders and a relaxing Butterfly garden.
It includes a world insect exhibiting entomology.
A small zoo where visitors can get close to the Tigers, they can even touch them from inside the cages.
Opening hours: Daily from 08h00 to 17h00.
Read more and watch a video in the post about the Tiger Kingdom.
Art in Paradise
Chiang Mai Night Safari
The star of the park is a train journey after dark, during which some animals come looking for snacks.
Opening hours: Daily from 10h00 to 22h00. Tours, English version
Read more and watch a video in this post about the Night safari.
Khum Khantoke, Lanna restaurant with a dance show
Experience Lanna dining with “Khantoke” or “Toke”, around rattan tray, serving various kinds of authentic northern Lanna dishes and also Thai food. As you enjoy the tasty food, you will be entertained by spectacular and fabulous classical dances from northern Thailand and from around the nation.
Read more and watch a video in the article about the Khum Khantoke (enjoythailand.fun).
Nightlife in Chiang Mai (includes a map)
Experiencing the nightlife in Chiang Mai, whether in live music venues or lively bars with a welcoming atmosphere, is a good choice for all evenings in the city.
Although there are several areas, we recommend two of them for families, more suitable. Let’s see, B and E.
We suggest six main areas, as shown in the following map.
» A – The Thanon Nimmanhaemin area with its fashion boutiques, bars, restaurants and clubs, such as the Warm Up or the Monkey Club.
If you want to enjoy a glass of red wine from Chile or California, come to this area.
» B – Rachadamonen Road is the central street downtown and here you will find restaurants, bars with live music and entertainment areas.
» C – In the vicinity of the old town, next to the moat, where there are many places such as the Gossip or Brasserie. Live music in popular venues.
» D – And what would be the red-light district is found on Loi Kroh Road, which starts from the eastern wall of the old city and runs along the street as far as the Night Bazaar. With bars, pool tables, spicy shows, etc.
» E – The Night Bazaar. The most popular area to combine shopping with dinner.
» F – On the banks of the river Ping there are many other trendy venues such as The Good View or The Riverside.