Attend an exhibition 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.
Learn all about how rice paper is made at Chiang Mai’s famous Ban Ton Pao Handicraft, which has been run for more than 100 years by the villagers, descendants of the Thai Khen tribes people who migrated from Xishuangbanna, Keng Tung, and Jinghong during the time when the Lanna kingdom was founded. Learn about the local community’s way of life, and the history of how the famous rice paper is made, as well as picking up some memorable local souvenirs.
Visit a traditional community ground located in Soi Wat Umong. Inside MICE travellers can enjoy shopping at stalls selling hand-made products and decorative homewares, restaurants, coffee shops, as well as handicrafts or ceramic workshop. There is also an outdoor activity zone that features regular activities that MICE travellers can choose to admire, or participate in.
Enjoy a serene evening relaxing by the Ping River at Raya Heritage, a hotel combining local wisdom and a beautiful crafts design in harmony with its natural surroundings. This contemporary style hotel has been beautifully decorated with hand crafts items, woven textile and wood carvings made by local artisans and craftsmen.