The largest city in Northern Thailand and the capital of Chiang Mai Province, its name literally means “New City” and was named as such by King Mengrai after it became the new capital of the Lan Na kingdom back in 1296, succeeding Chiang Rai, the kingdom’s former capital. Thailand as a nation is very rich in its culture and history, and Chiang Mai is no exception to that.
Students can seize this opportunity to venture through Chiang Mai thoroughly in just 5 days and 4 nights whilst capturing the essence of survival and leadership skills along with engaging themselves in team building activities. They will explore the city and visit markets, bazaars, local temples and city walls in the city. Students will have a chance to go camping and delve into many adventurous activities such as trekking up to Muang Kut Village. Students will also visit the Elephant Camp and get a chance to do white water rafting or experience an ox cart ride. These activities will allow students to learn of the cultural aspects of Thailand, not strictly to Chiang Mai itself.
Recommended age: 15 – 18 years old
Capacity: 30 – 100 people
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