- Bhubing Palace, Chiang Mai Bhubing Palace, Chiang Mai
- Doi Tung Royal Villa, Chiang Rai Doi Tung Royal Villa, Chiang Rai
- Horse Carriage, Lampang Horse Carriage, Lampang
- Mundaeng Waterfall, Phetchabun Mundaeng Waterfall, Phetchabun
- Phae Muang Phi, Phrae Phae Muang Phi, Phrae
- Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, Phitsanulok Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, Phitsanulok
- Sri Nan National Park, Nan Sri Nan National Park, Nan
- Thi Lo Su Waterfall, Tak Thi Lo Su Waterfall, Tak
- Yun Lai Viewpoint, Maehongson Yun Lai Viewpoint, Maehongson
The fine weather, the mountainous scenery, the exquisite handicrafts and the rich northern Thai culture are some of the charms of the North. Nan (668 km) is where culture blends well with nature. This small and peaceful province amidst the mountains is one of the most exciting sites to shoot the rapids. Chiang Mai (697 km), the second biggest province of Thailand, provides visitors with a host of places of interest, such as, Doi Suthep, Doi Inthanon, Bhubing Palace, etc.
Chiang Rai (785 km), located at the northern tip of Thailand in the very heart of the Golden Triangle, gains fame from its scenic views, exotic hilltribes and exciting elephant-back riding tours.
Lamphun (670 km) is a town of beautiful women, bountiful orchards and ancient temples. Lampang (599 km) is the sole province in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still used as a means of transportation. Phrae (643 km) is known for the northern costume called mohom and Phae Muang Phi, a small area of weird earth formation.
Lying in the northwestern corner bordering Myanmar, Mae Hong Son (942 km) is well known as the "Town of Three Mists" because it is mist-shrouded throughout most of the three seasons. It has several tourist attractions, both natural and cultural. Being mountainous, the province has many waterfalls and caves.
Sukhothai (427 km), the first capital of the Thai Kingdom, is well-known for its two historic sites -- Sukhothai and Si Satchanalai Historical Parks, which have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1991. Tak (426 km) This mountainous province is ideal for nature lovers and adventurous tourists as there are numerous places for white-water rafting, trekking and elephant riding. Blessed with high mountains and natural beauty, Phetchabun (346 km) is where the scenic Nam Nao National Park and Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park are situated. It is also rich with waterfalls, rivers and lakes. Phitsanulok (377 km) features many historic sites and natural scenic spots like Chat Trakan and Thung Salaeng Luang national parks. The province is also famous for the Khek River which is excellent for shooting the rapids.