Transportation: Airplane (Mae Fah Luang – Chiang Rai International Airport or Chiang Rai International Airport), train, public bus and private car
Chiang Rai Province is the MICE city located in the high mountain area which is very beautiful with cold weather especially in December – January. Therefore, it is the place for growing cold climate crops and premium tea and coffee. Moreover, there are many beautiful tourist attractions, such as Phu Chee Fah which has a unique natural identity. The top of the mountain is pointing up to the sky and the cliff that is reaching out to Laos and surrounded by the sea of mist in the morning. Wat Rong Khun that is the precious Buddhist art of Chiang Rai and created by Ajarn Chalermchai Kositpipat, a famous artist of Thailand.
Chiang Rai Province has venues that can organize the provincial highlight activities and MICE events, such as a special event, team building, or adventurous activities such as Singha Park Chiang Rai or Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park (Rai Mae Fah Luang) which are the place to learn about the Lanna arts and can supports the meetings and Lanna style dinner.
Transportation: Airplane (Sukhothai Airport), train, public bus and private car
Sukhothai province has many historical tourist sites representing the prosperous capital city in the old days. It was registered as the cultural world heritage by UNESCO as “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. Muangkao Community-Based Tourism (MCBT) arranges the historical route to study the history via the electric railroad service or almsgiving activity on the bridge of merit that welcomes the group of people to join the activities.
Moreover, Sukhothai Province is the MICE city that is very outstanding for the source of community path learning via the interesting MICE activities, such as mud-fermented dyed fabric or traditional cooking class which is appropriate for the team building activity at Ban Na Ton Chan Homestay or the organic farming project at Sukhothai Airport where the group of people is welcome to learn about the farmer’s way of life and organic farming.