Mae Ai

Tourists often visit the North Thailand area to see its incredible landscapes. Mae Ai is the perfect place this part of the world from.

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Mae Ai Vacation Packages

Approximately 85 miles south of Mae Ai is where you will find the well-known city of Chiang Mai.

For tourists who think they have experienced most of Mae Ai, Fang offers something a bit different. Approximately 14 miles southwest, it's where you will find Royal Agricultural Station and Doi Ang Khang Tower.

Wieng is 35 miles to the east of Mae Ai. This regional hub is known for Wat Klang Wiang, Hilltribe Museum & Education Center and Wat Mung Muang Temple. Wat Rong Khun and the Hill Tribe Museum are also good places to spend an afternoon.

Visitors who want to step outside and enjoy the natural elements might want to try mountain biking and mountain climbing.

Why not set aside some time to relax and enjoy gentle pastimes, such as cycling or camping. Both of these activities are popular with visitors and locals alike.

For visitors who wish to develop their regional knowledge, this destination features a variety of tours, including wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and culinary tours.

This destination has some locations to enjoy canoeing, so make sure you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Boating is another popular watersport here.

To really get to know North Thailand, take the time to check out the restaurants and cafés. These are excellent places to rub shoulders with locals and try out popular dishes.

Embark on a gastronomic adventure. Pork and vietnamese coriander are locally sourced ingredients that are used in many dishes.

Khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and pad thai (rice noodles) are two popular regional treats for you to try.

Save some room for chaokuai (grass jelly) after you have finished your main courses. This is popular with locals and visitors alike.

Enjoy an evening with your pals and a few glasses of Singha, a classic beer in this region.

No matter what time of day, you can refresh yourself with Thailand, a non-alcoholic beverage that is popular among locals.

You'll probably see many local people drinking mekhong, a popular drink here.

If you're after a lovely drop of red or white to complement your dinner, why not taste some sato (rice wine) or chenin blanc?

As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last baht on a few keepsakes and say, "Laa gòn ná" to the people you've met and the locations you've been to.

When you're ready to head home, the Chiang Rai International Airport is 35 miles east of Mae Ai.

Accommodation in Mae Ai

We recommend that you book a hotel or motel as soon as you know your itinerary, since Expedia's Mae Ai hotels page currently doesn't have a huge range of accommodation.

The Areeya Phuree Resort and Phusangtawan Resort are the best accommodation options in Mae Ai.

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