Pick you up from hotel in Chiang Mai, proceed to Wat Si Su Pran Temple.
Arriving at Wat Si Su Pran Temple we spend approximately 30min at the temple. The architecture is built in Lanna style of masonry and the aluminium-and-silver decoration over delicate carving. This three-dimension art portrays stories of Buddhism, dharma puzzles, and the history of the temple with purposes not only to preserve the religion, conserve the local wisdom of silverware, but also to boast the pride of Lanna kingdom for generations to come.
Learn how to carved silver in 2hrs you will be guided by the stationer staff. Learn to sculpt metal into ornamental patterns.
We set for lunch.
Then proceed to Pha Chor stone is a cliff located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and is managed by Mae Wong National Park. Pha Chor is natural phenomena caused by an uplift of one of the Earth’s plates and also by erosion of wind and rain. Geologists believed that a hundred or a thousand years ago this area was a part of the Ping River by observing pebbles and stones that were distributed in this area until the Ping River changed its flow direction to another path and that made this area lift to high hill. Through erosion the high hill formed into a cliff. Pha Chor is a 30 meter high cliff that has a structure like a huge monolithic wall or Roman pillar. With unusual natural features that are similar to the Grand Canyon in The United States of America, it has caused Pha Chor to be known as the Grand Canyon of Thailand.
After exploring, transfer you to the hotel. Finish trip.