Poonyamantra Resort is conveniently located in the heart of Chiang Rai. Easy access to most tourist attractions in town; the famous Doi Tung, Mae Fah Luang Garden, and Doi Mae Salong.


From Chiang Rai Airport - Resort : 40 Minutes

From Chiang Rai City - Resort : 50 minutes

From Resort - Mae Sai : 20 minutes

From Resort - Doi Tung : 15 minutes



Nearby Attractions

Doi Tung (About 15 kilometres from Poonyamantra Resort)


This northernmost Thai mountain contains several scenic spots, including the Doi Tung Royal Villa, the Mae Fah Luang Botanical Garden, the mountaintop Wat Phrathat Doi Tung which affords a spectacular view of the surrounding area, and contains Buddha relics, and various hilltribe villages in natural settings. Doi Tung is also home to the Doi Tung Development Project, an initiative of Her Royal Highness Srinakarindra the Princess Mother (mother of Thailand’s current monarch) who passed away in 1995.

Mae Sai (Thailand and Myanmar Border)


Mae Sai is the northernmost town of Thailand separated from the Burmese border town of Thakhilek by a small river also called Mae Sai. It is frequented by both Thai and foreign tourists, who come to see the sights and to buy jade and other precious stones produced in Myanmar. Numerous shopping opportunities exist for popular Thai, Burmese and Chinese goods.


To cross the Myanmar borders, you needs to have your identity card with a 30 baht fee to apply for temporary border pass at Mae Sai Bridge. Another 10 baht fee is collected at the entry point. This will allow you to have a 7 day stay in Tha Khi Lek province.

Golden Triangle


"Golden Triangle" where the border lines of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet, also visiting Hill Tribe Villages with their colorful costumes and this morning we will visit some of the villages. The drive takes you on roads through beautiful landscape with spectacular views of the villages of the Akha and Yao hill tribes. 8 kilometres north of Chaing Saen, this riverside area marks the spot where the borders of Thailand, Myammar and Laos converge. In the old days drug traffickers secretly met to barter off opium with gold nuggets. Today it is a bustling tourist destination where visitors come to enjoy the rising sun emerging from the misty seas of fog.

Wat Tham Pa Archa Thong


About 20 kilometers Northwest of Mae Chan in Northern Thailand is a very special Temple nestled in the mountainous jungle called Wat Pra Archa Tong is the one in "unseen Thailand" that is Tourist-oriented culture of Chiang Rai locate on Tambon Sri Kham. The Abbot in this Temple was a former Thai boxer, and he takes in orphaned and difficult children from near the Burmese border and teaches them the "skills of life." The Abbot has 200 sturdy Thai horses which the young monks use to collect alms in the early morning, and in the evening, they are all practicing their "Muoy Thai" boxing skills in the boxing ring. At 06.00 a.m., the young monks and their elder leaders climb on their horses and head off into the mountains around 40,000 farms. It is surely one of the most enchanting images of man living in harmony with nature that you can find in Thailand today.

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Now - 31 Dec 2019

Superior Villa
@ THB 1,749.-/night

Deluxe Suite
@ THB 2,133.-/night

Incl. daily breakfast