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3 Days in Chiang Mai

3 Days in Chiang Mai

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3 Days in Chiang Mai

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49 pages
20 minutes
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Released:
Jan 1, 2020
ISBN:
9781516363360
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Save time and energy, and find what's worthy in Chiang Mai!

Worthy Go itineraries are complete, step-by-step three-day itineraries to the very best places in Chiang Mai. 

See Chiang Mai with an experienced travel writer by your side! 

Whether this is your first time abroad or you've been traveling for years, Worthy Go itineraries have three goals: 

  • Make the most of your time, money, and energy while traveling

  • Help you go your own way but still provide some guidance

  • Curate the very best places to enjoy in the city

The Chiang Mai itinerary has been completely updated for 2020, and includes:

  • No affiliate links, no ads, no fluff, and no BS.

  • A complete three-day itinerary combining Chiang Mai's well-known and off-the-beaten-path places. 

  • Detailed, step-by-step directions from one place to the next. 

  • Succinct descriptions, exact addresses, and GPS coordinates for every place.

  • First-hand knowledge and advice: where to stay, what to bring, safety and scam warnings, and more.

  • All the basics you'll need to know: do you tip? Can you drink the tap water? What SIM card should you get? What public transportation tickets do you need?

  • Advice on being a considerate, respectful, and sensitive traveler.

Itineraries are carefully formatted to display well on any device, and links take you to Google Maps (internet connection required).

About the author: Chris Backe (rhymes with hockey) has written about travel since 2008 and has been around the world a couple of times. He's written over 30 books, and has been seen in Atlas Obscura, io9, Mental Floss, Everything Everywhere, Perceptive Travel, Travel Wire Asia, and many other publications. When not traveling, he loves tabletop games and a glass of white wine.

Publisher:
Released:
Jan 1, 2020
ISBN:
9781516363360
Format:
Book

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Countries / regions: Laos, Central Thailand, Northern Thailand, South Korea

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Warning / Disclaimer

Although the author has made every effort to ensure that the information in this book was correct at publication time (© January 2020), the author does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.

Be aware that traveling in a foreign country has inherent risks, and seemingly anything can change overnight. Places may close, admission fees may rise, drivers will drive crazy, and public transportation routes can be altered. Stay aware of your surroundings, employ street smarts and common sense, and in general be suspicious of locals that approach you speaking English.

Unless otherwise noted, all material in this book is the legal property of the author and may not be reprinted or republished without the author's express written consent, with the exception of short quotes for academic or review purposes.

Introduction

Centuries of culture are here in Thailand’s second city.

Chiang Mai boasts centuries of culture dating back to an era before Bangkok became Thailand’s capital. The center of northern Thailand starts with an ‘Old Square’, the square moat that once protected the walled city from the threat of the Burmese. The square remains the city’s best landmark, though it can wreak havoc with traffic. With dozens of temples and plenty of hotels, there’s plenty of history to go around — and of course, more than a few offbeat places passed over by most tourists.

The city’s metro area extends well beyond its old walls, however, and its influence reaches throughout the province of the same name. Tourism here increased dramatically after 2012’s Lost in

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