Packages in Chiang Saen
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Chiang Saen Vacation Packages
Chiang Saen Vacation Packages
Bangkok, the country's capital city, is located 450 miles to the south of Chiang Saen.
If you're visiting the region, you can't miss taking a day trip to Mae Sai, where you'll find the Mae Fa Luang Botanical Garden, a popular tourist attraction.
Pongphrabath Waterfall, situated only 30 miles outside of Chiang Saen, is a beautiful natural space that every visitor to this area should see.
The unique cultural sites in this destination contain a great amount of intriguing information that should interest you. The Chiang Saen National Museum and the Hall of Opium are two of your choices.
Curious about religion? Chiang Saen boasts the Wat Chedi Luang, an intriguing religious site.
Take a trip to Wat Pa Sak and Wat Phra That Chom Kitti & Wat Chom Chaeng in Golden Triangle, which is 8 miles away from Chiang Saen. The Chiang Khong Crown Prince Hospital and Wat Chiang Khong are some additional sights that you might like to take a look at. These are approximately 18 miles away from Chiang Saen, in Chiang Khong.
Chiang Rai, a regional center, is another popular place to visit. It is around 30 miles from Chiang Saen and is home to a great selection of fascinating things to see, including Wat Rong Khun, the Wat Phra Kaew and the Wat Pra Singh. Doi Tung Royal Villa and the Mae Fah Luang University are additional popular places if you have enough time.
Trying local food is an excellent way to get to know the area you are in. So, stop by some of the region's cafés and restaurants.
Look out for pork and vietnamese coriander, both recognizable ingredients in the district.
Khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and pad thai (rice noodles) are two popular local favorites you might like to order.
Delicious desserts, like chaokuai (grass jelly), are always wonderful.
Singha is a well-loved beer here. Head on down to the nearest watering hole, sit back and give it a try!
If you're seeking a popular non-alcoholic beverage, ask for Thailand.
Order a round of mekhong. It's a common spirit here.
Why not treat your palette and order some wine to have with your meal? Sato (rice wine) and chenin blanc are some varieties that you may like to try.
At the end of your time in Chiang Saen, use your last baht on last-minute keepsakes and say "Laa gòn ná" to this wonderful place.
Don't worry about missing your flight. Just make sure you remember that the closest airport is 20 miles to the east of Chiang Saen.
Accommodation in Chiang Saen
Book one of the 13 Chiang Saen hotels featuring on Expedia's Chiang Saen lodging page before you start your journey.
Two examples of the high-end hotels in or near Chiang Saen are the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle - All Inclusive, 499 Moo 1 Tumbol Wieng, and the Anantara Resort Golden Triangle, 229 Moo 1 T Wiang. Alternatively, in the lower price range, you can check out the Serene at Chiang Rai and the Imperial Golden Triangle Resort. The Serene at Chiang Rai is housed at 569 Moo 1, Golden Triangle, while the Imperial Golden Triangle Resort is found at 222 Golden Triangle, Chiang Saen.