Fun and Exploration Await Families at InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping this Spring and Summer

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As spring break is in full gear and summer travel approaches, the allure of distant destinations grows ever more compelling.

This March, holidaymakers can whisk their loved ones off for a memorable spring getaway to InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping. This newly opened retreat is located in the heart of Thailand’s north and invites families to explore the cultural heritage of the ancient Lanna kingdom with an all-inclusive package.

Founded in 1296 on the serene Ping River, Chiang Mai preserved its enduring prominence as a trading hub over the centuries. Today, faded rose-red brick walls and a tree-shaded moat surround the city, classic architecture defines the temples, and distinctive arts and crafts descend from earlier eras.

Tea Workshop

Travelers can begin each day in the comfort of their sumptuous room or suite, filled with beautiful hand-crafted objects that honor traditional crafts of the North. Daily meals at The Gad Lanna showcase local produce, from fruits and vegetables supplied by the Royal Project smallholders to coffee and jungle teas grown at hillside plantations, and fresh milk from a nearby dairy farm. On the menu are timeless classics such as the spicy Som Tum salad, a popular comfort dish; Kaeng Phed red curry; and everyone’s favorite, mango sticky rice.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s Planet Trekkers kids’ club is a haven for young explorers, offering activities like umbrella painting and bead necklace and bracelet making, immersing youngsters in the local culture and arts, all while having a blast.

Premium King Guest Room with Mountain View

The all-inclusive package with starting price from THB 9,800+++ per night includes:

o             Accommodation in a luxurious room or suite

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o             Daily breakfast for 2 adults and one child up to 12 years old

o             Daily 3-course set dinner for 2 adults at The Gad Lanna

o             Daily dinner for kids up to 12 years at The Gad Lanna

o             Engaging kids’ activities at Planet Trekkers

o             Return airport transfer

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Linda Hohnholz