Chiang Mai City by Tuk Tuk: Explore Historic Landmarks

Discover Chiang Mai City by Tuk Tuk and visit Wat Sri Suphan, Wat Chedi Luang, and Waroros Market.

Begin your exploration of Chiang Mai City by tuk tuk at the historic Tha Phae Gate. This ancient gateway, with its impressive walls and lively square, marks the entrance to the old city. It’s the perfect place to start your journey and capture the vibrant essence of Chiang Mai.

Next, make your way to Wat Chedi Luang, a majestic temple known for its towering stupa. Despite the partial damage from an earthquake, this site remains a significant landmark. Our guide will share the intriguing history and cultural importance of this ancient temple.

Proceed to the Three Kings Monument, a tribute to the city’s founders, and then marvel at Wat Sri Suphan, the ‘Silver Temple.’ Renowned for its intricate silverwork, this temple’s dazzling appearance is a highlight of any visit to Chiang Mai. Conclude your tour at Warorot Market, where you can experience the local culture and shop for unique souvenirs. Our guided tour ensures you see the best of Chiang Mai City, providing an enriching and memorable experience.

Explore Chiang Mai City by tuk tuk and discover its iconic landmarks. Book now for a guided tour that brings history and culture to life!

Price/Person (Baht)

Half Day City tour by Tuk Tuk

  • Adult 1200 THB
  • Children 800 THB
  • Infant free

** Minimun 2 Adult


Pickup time: 08:00 - 08:30 or 13:00-13:30

Availability: Daily

Trip Duration : 3-4hrs.

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    Seclet Time:Morning 8:30a.m.Afternoon 1:30p.m.

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    • 08:00 – 08:30 Pickup 3km radius from your hotel in Chiang Mai
    • Start at Tha Phae Gate
    • Wat Chedi Luang
    • Three Kings Monument
    • Wat Sri Suphan
    • Waroros Market
    • 11:30 – 12:00 Return to your hotel


    • Hotel transfers to and from Chiang Mai
    • Transport by Tuk Tuk
    • All entrance fees & cable car tickets
    • English speaking licensed guide
    • Accident insurance


    • Personal Expenses
    • Gratuities for driver and guide (not mandatory)

    What to bring?

    • Remember that temples are sacred places, and visitors are required to dress appropriately. Shoulders and knees need to be covered.
    • Comfortable shoes or sandals that can be easily removed before entering a temple
    • Hat and sunglasses
    • Sunscreen

    Transport type

    tuk tuk, tuk tuk chiang mai