About San Sai
San sai is a district located in the northern city of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The area is known for its peaceful atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
One of the main attractions near san sai is the Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong temple, which dates back to the 14th century.
The temple features a stunning golden stupa and is considered to be one of the most important religious sites in the region. Visitors can explore the temple grounds and learn about its history and significance to the local culture.
In addition to its temples, san sai is very close to several natural attractions, including the Huay Tueng Tao Reservoir and the Mae Sa Elephant Camp. The reservoir is a popular spot for picnics and boat rides, while the elephant camp offers visitors the opportunity to learn about and interact with these majestic creatures.
Aside from its natural beauty, san sai is also known for its delicious food. The district is home to a number of local restaurants that serve up traditional Thai dishes, such as tom yum soup and pad Thai.
Visitors can also try more unique local specialties, such as khao soi, a spicy noodle soup made with coconut milk and curry.
Overall, san sai is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Chiang Mai. Its rich culture, beautiful scenery, and delicious food make it a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
Palm Villa Chiang Mai faces the stunning Doi Suthep mountain which is located at the entrance to a beautifully quiet lane alongside a stunning stream.
Palm Villa is only a short drive to some of Chiang Mais most popular cafés, bars and restaurants.
The old city of Chiang Mai has a buzzing nightlife scene with various rooftop bars and entertainment venues.
Surprisingly, Chiang Mai is also becoming very well known for fine dining restaurants with a wide array of cuisines to choose from as well as excellent shopping from upmarket boutiques to local markets and beautiful art galleries.
Kids will love the skate parks and cinemas and be amazed by the colourful daily ceremonies that take place on the streets and in the temples of Chiang Mai.
Chiang Mai Old City 13,5km
Central Festival 9 km
Art in Paradise 11 km
Oh Ka Ju 5 km
Doi Suthep 28 km
Maya Shopping Mall 15 km
Nimmanhaemin 15 km
THINGS TO DO
Hot new dining favourites with both locals and expats are round the corner in the Old City
High end boutiques and high-so nightlife can be found around the famous nimman area where stunning rooftop bars can also be found serving delicious cocktails.
Explore world-class boutiques, gorgeous contemporary art galleries and traditional Thai temples all within a short drive from Palm Villa Chiang Mai.
Head outside of the city to one of many Elephant Sanctuaries where you can get up close and bathe rescued elephants.
Enjoy the culture of Thailand by visiting one of many temples and receive a blessing from a monk.
Chiang Mai has brilliant cooking classes, sporting activities such as golf, fishing and hiking as well.
A day trip to Pai – the spiritual and artistic heart of Thailand – is a must do day trip.
Ask your villa manager who will happily give insider knowledge on local ceremonies or cultural events that will take place during your stay.