Packages in Ban Pong
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Ban Pong Vacation Packages
Ban Pong Vacation Packages
To the northeast of Ban Pong, just 8 miles away, stands Chiang Mai.
You and your family might like to catch a game at 700th Anniversary Stadium, where the TTM Customs F.C. and Chiangmai F.C, play. If you sleep, eat and breathe soccer, then this is the right place for you to be.
To explore more of this area, you may also want to go to Pa Daet to visit the Ancient Car Museum and Mae Ping Elephant Village. For those who want more, head to Nimman, where you can visit Monkchat Meditation Retreat and Siam Insect-Zoo & Museum, approximately 6 miles from Ban Pong.
Old City is 7 miles to the northeast of Ban Pong. This regional hub is where you'll find Wat Phuak Hong, Anusawari Sam Kasat and Wat Phan Tao. Don't rush back without having also experienced Wat U Mong and Maetang Elephant Park.
Step outside and make the most of the local adventure options. Try your hand at mountain biking or mountain climbing.
If you're someone who likes to slow things down while vacationing, this region is great for cycling and camping.
Tourists who like to combine learning with leisure should consider doing one of the local tours. Wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and culinary tours are the most popular options in the region.
When the weather is fine, make your way to the water for a few hours of canoeing or boating.
The food here has its own special flavors, so make sure you try as many of the local dishes as you can.
Pork and vietnamese coriander are a couple of notable ingredients in the area.
For a true taste of the region, sample khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) or pad thai (rice noodles).
No culinary experience can be complete without some sort of confection. Chaokuai (grass jelly) is popular with local residents and will definitely satisfy your sweet cravings.
The top bars in North Thailand will certainly offer Singha, so make sure you try one if you appreciate drinking beer.
Whatever the time of day, you can enjoy sipping a glass of Thailand, a non-alcoholic beverage that is popular among locals.
Find a nice bar, have a chat with a couple of the locals and try one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the region, mekhong.
Whether you prefer floral, oak or berry-infused aromas, wine is a perfect beverage to accompany a delicious meal. Try the regional favorites, sato (rice wine) and chenin blanc.
When it's nearly time to head home, spend any remaining baht on last-minute mementos and say, "Laa gòn ná" to the characters you have met and the landscapes you've seen.
Alas, vacations don't go on indefinitely, so when it's time to return back home, head toward the nearest airport. It's 5 miles to the east of Ban Pong.
Accommodation in Ban Pong
Since there is just a handful of Expedia-listed hotels in Ban Pong , you should book early if you plan on staying the night.
The Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai - M Gallery by Sofitel and Hern Lhin Natural Resort are the main lodgings in and around Ban Pong.