The day start at Wat Phratat Doi Suthep, the provincial sacred place which is very beautiful and unique. At the viewpoint, a panoramic view of Chiang Mai downtown and Chiang Mai International Airport is visible on the nice weather day.
A visit to Mae Sa Elephant Camp allows MICE travellers to get closer to nature, and learn about the way of life of retired elephants. Visitors can also learn about the lives of the mahouts, how to make local herbal medicines, grind grass to feed the elderly elephants, and learn about the rituals, beliefs, and conservation and awareness-raising efforts involved with respect to these amazing Thai pachyderms. Enjoy lunch by a local stream that flows from Mae Sa waterfall in the heart of Mae Rim district’s beautiful natural habitat.
When in Chiang Mai, MICE travellers should not miss out on experiencing the delicious Lanna-style cuisine, whether it’s the sai ua or Northern-style sausages, nam prik noom or Northern style chilli paste, khao soi or Northern style noodles in coconut milk soup, larb kua, hang lay curry, or stopping to pick up some local snacks and souvenirs like fried bamboo worms at Warorot Market, one of the biggest and oldest markets in Chiang Mai.
Attend MICE event at the Royal Park Rajapruek in Chiang Mai which located on an area of 200 acres and featured a wide range of MICE venues, including conference rooms, exhibition halls, a traditional Thai style house and outdoor special event spaces. The highlight is the Royal Pavilion (Hor Kham Luang), an elegant central exhibition space in honour of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej which showcases his agricultural works. Then enjoy a lunch break in the middle of a beautiful garden within the Rajaphruek Park area.