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Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai

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Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai 4.8 out of 5 based on 6 votes.

Strategically situated just 10 minutes' drive from Chiang Mai International Airport, on Chang Klan road, this Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai is just minutes away from the famous Night Market. Guest could take a short tuk-tuk ride to the various attractions such as temples, restaurants and also the Sunday Market. This 5 star Shangri-La Hotel also provides luxurious facilities such as free wired internet, a free-form pool and spa, flat-screen TV, DVD player and minibar. A pillow menu and feather duvets are also included. Reflecting coziness and classiness, air-conditioned rooms of this hotel are decorated with beautiful Northern Thai style and charisma.

Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai is about 2 km from Chiang Mai Railway Station, 1.5 km from the renowned Night Bazaar, Tha Pae Gate and Sunday Walking Street. . The hotel's signature CHI, The Spa provides private spa suites and relaxing beauty treatments. Guests can also exercise at the fitness centre, enjoy a game of tennis or arrange day trips at the tour desk. Kad Kafe serves an array of worldwide dishes along with a buffet breakfast. Guest could relax and have drinks by the pool Bar, Lobby Bar and Silapa Thai Lounge.

Address: 89/8 Chang Klan Road, Chang Khlan, Chiang Mai, Thailand 50100

Shangri-La Hotel

Chiang Mai Attractions

To visit all the popular Chiang Mai tourist attractions, one would need several days. Leasing a scooter and finding your personal way around is sensible, although a tour guide is helpful to help you discover interesting background and attractiveness behind the town and it is points of interest.

There are many temples in Chiang Mai,Thai. Each of the temple in Chiang Mai has something unique to offer. A certain must-see attraction for guests is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, probably Chiang Mai's  most renowned landmark. This temple was built, on a mountain around 1073m above sea level  in 1383.  In the center of a marble-tiled courtyard stands a gold-plated chedi, adorned with parasols, which houses holy Buddha relics. Other popular temples are such as Wat Chiang Man, which was built by King Mengrai in 1296 and features a chedi constructed in the Lanna style supported by elephant-shaped buttresses.It’s one of the most vital historic sites in Chiang Mai and although not as photogenic as other temples.

Chiang Mai is also popular of musuems. Guest may visit some of the several museums conserving Chiang Mai's cultural heritage, such as Chiang Mai Cultural Centre, in the Mueang district, has an excellent collection of Lanna art; the Tribal Museum in the Mae Rim District, which popular of artistic objects conveying the culture, beliefs and way of life of the nine local indigenous hill tribes; and the Chiang Mai National Museum is wellknown of its preservation of the art and culture of Chiang Mai and upper northern Thailand and the Lanna Kingdom, and was built in the traditional Lanna style.


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