Unwind from your travels. The Empire Residence Nimman offers a selection of fitness center amenities, allowing you to stick to your regular exercise regime.
Located on the 7th floor.
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Gleaming like a northern star from the Doi Suthep. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is considered to be one of the most sacred and impressive temples in Northern Thailand. Some say you have not really come to Chiang Mai unless you have been to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Its importance owes much to the legend of its founding. Overlooking the whole city of Chiang Mai from the temple’s mountain throne, the temple has a viewpoint where a stunning view of Chiang Mai can be seen - a perfect place to get a Birdseye view of the city. The temple can be reached by either taking a lift or walking up the steps.
The temple opens daily from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Surrounded by a number of temples, historical and cultural attractions, the old city is a square formed by moats, elephant statues and ancient walls. It has retained its Lanna Character and natural charm which is well worth exploring. There are many popular sights to visit such as Wat Phra Signh and Wat Chedi Laung. Apart from temples, you can also enjoy a Saturday night market on Wua Lai Road and a Sunday night market along Tha Prae gate.
Nimmanhaemin road, often shortened to Nimman, is the hippest street in town with coffee shops, cozy restaurants, live music bars and late night food carts cramming on to sidewalks and side streets that flank on the main road. Nimman Street is quickly becoming one of the places where tourists love to visit. Branching off to both side of the main road are an array of soi’s (alleyways) where you can wander up and down to discover this charm of sleepless road. This liveliness of Nimman never shut down.
Mango Tango ,Café which mainly serve mango dessert.
Mon NomSod , Most famous place for toast with variety spread pair with hot milk.
MaYa shopping Centre
Warm up Café
Beer Lab , Bar full of beers from around the world.
Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountain and hills. The charming vibes of Chiang Mai offer limitless way for nature exploration. Here are some highlights:
• Doi Inthanon National Park, the highest peak in Thailand, is filled with lush tropical forests, specular waterfalls and famous twin pagodas. The park is also a paradise for bird lover - the best place in Thailand for bird watching. Doi Inthanon is great to visit throughout the year, however, the best period for viewing the majestic waterfalls is May to November while December through February is the best period to wild flowers. For the best period of bird watching is from November to March.
• Doi Angkhang is well known for a Royal Agriculture Project. It is also renowned as a scenic land of flowers. Doi Angkhang offers a unique destination for tourist to both enjoying the natural environment and learning the unique lifestyle of the local hill tribes. The area has a cool climate all year round, particularly from December to January.
Mae Sa Elephant Camp is a conservation center for domesticated elephants in the northern part of Thailand. Visitors can enjoy the elephant talent’s shows including working with their mahout (trainers), playing football and painting of many abstract and realistic pictures. You can also enjoy the baby elephants play in the nursery and bathing in the water. Elephant riding is an option.
It opens daily from 7.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. There are 3 rounds of the shows: 8.30 am. , 9.40 am. and 1.30 pm.