The hotel is located in the heart of Chiang Mai city. It takes only 5 minutes from the airport. It is near historical landmarks such as Wat Sri Suphan , Wat Muen San On the silver road It is the old district of Chiang Mai, where almost all the people of the road have been working on silverware for generations after generations.
Wat Muen San is situated in the old silver town area and like its more famous neighbour Wat Sri Suphan, it also uses “silver” for one its buildings. This lesser known temple much less commercialized than Wat Sri Suphan; you can go there and look around the temple and it’s probable you’ll be the only visitor unlike the crowds which flock to the other temple
Wualai Walking Street - Saturday Market at The Wualai has been so far known for its quality silver and lacquer wares. On Saturday evenings, the open-air market will be set up for the famous handicraft area. Do not miss a chance to shop for authentic northern silver, lacquer wares and unique handicrafts. Tourists can enjoy the local foods and Thai traditional performances.
Wat Sri Suphan, is located in Tambon Haiya, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. Wat Sri Suphan is one of the oldest in Chiang Mai, built originally between 1495 – 1515. It has been destroyed and rebuilt over the centuries. There are still boundary stones in the complex that show the original building. The temple is located within the silversmithing district of Chiang Mai.