Leisure activities in our Chiang Mai resort.
Chiang Mai is known for its unique culture, architecture, flavours, and lush green surroundings. Top things to do in Chiang Mai include getting out to explore or unwinding at the resort with Thai cooking classes, kickboxing and spa healing.
Create a well-rounded workout using weights and Technogym cardio equipment with personal video screens. Pick up the pace with a personal trainer. Benefit from tailored exercise, weight loss and diet programmes. Mix up your exercise routine with yoga ball, ab core, fitball, box step and aerobics classes.
The resort’s natural serenity provides the perfect setting to find inner peace through yoga. Practise asanas with a fresh breeze and scenic view, as you stretch out on the riverside lawn.
This ancient Chinese martial art improves balance, relieves stress and enhances mental calm and clarity. Tune into the flow of river life, performing a series of graceful, fluid movements in waterfront tranquillity.
Muay Thai Kickboxing
Take up the energising challenge of Thailand’s traditional martial art, known as the “art of eight limbs”. Book a private or group 90-minute class, receiving a gift of Muay Thai shorts and certificate.
Thai Massage Lessons
Passed down through the generations, traditional Thai massage incorporates pressure point and stretching techniques to balance energy flow, release tension, increase flexibility and boost vitality. Learn and practise the unique techniques of this non-oil massage with a skilled Anantara Spa therapist.
Sunset River Cruise
Stroll to Wat Chai Mongkol’s temple pier and board your private boat. Relax into a 45-minute journey, admiring traditional Thai houses, spice gardens and lush nature. Savour your choice of tapas and beverages. Journey back to the resort in perfect time for sunset.
Feed, bathe and interact with rescued elephants in a one-of-a-kind encounter with some of Chiang Mai's gentle giants. Visit an elephant centre where you can interact with rescued and retired elephants in a sustainable manner. Learn about elephant nutrition, then spend time with the centre's majestic residents by helping their veterinarian perform their daily health check-up, preparing food for them and bathing them at the centre.
Chiang Mai to the Golden Triangle
Enjoy Chiang Mai’s riverside and old city charms, then soar over jungle beauty to Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort.
Sightseeing Tour of Chiang Mai
Admire the lush green city, glittering temples and serpentine bends of the Mae Ping River.
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Chiang Mai City Temples
Hop on a rickshaw to visit the Three Kings Monument, the 700-year-old temple Wat Phra Singh, and the spectacular monument at Wat Chedi Luang. Explore a street of traditional silversmiths and watch them craft intricate murals, before admiring the ornate silver temple Wat Sri Suphan.
Full-Day Streetwise Guru
Discover Chiang Mai’s highlights by tuk-tuk with a local guide. Explore eclectic Chinatown, the riverside flower market, and enjoy refreshments at a charming coffee shop. Experience ancient ruins, historic sites, and merit making with temple monks, before trying Chiang Mai’s most famous dish.
Chiang Dao Hill Tribe Trek
Drive up into the northern hills where the best trekking trails are found. Setting off with a local guide, visit Lahu, Karen, Lisu, Akha and Palong hill tribe villages.
Summit Green Valley
Offering a tough but fair challenge for all skill levels, the course features an abundance of well-placed sand bunkers, water hazards, expansive greens and changing elevations.
Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort
Voted among the top three golf resorts in the 2015 Asia Golf Awards, Chiangmai Highlands boasts a 27-hole championship course with magnificent mountain views throughout.
Chiang Mai Inthanon Golf Resort
Set amidst 200 acres, the hilly design of the 18-hole course features expansive fairways and tricky bunkers, rewarding players with spectacular views of Thailand's highest mountain, Doi Inthanon.
Mae Jo Golf Club
This 18-hole championship course provides views of Doi Suthep from fairways dotted with water hazards, fruit trees and pretty orchids. Relax afterwards in the Lanna-style clubhouse.