“Craft is the vehicle for expressing your vision. Craft is the visible edge of art” -David Bayles-
The unique design on fabric patterns, costumes, and handicrafts gives Chiang Mai a lovely appeal. At “Lhong Him Kao”, Chiang Mai’s largest local handicraft and art market, you can embark on a journey through the northern Thai legacy. Upon arrival at the village, meet the storyteller at the village temple to learn about the village’s history in brief. Take a short walk to the art community and divide into four small groups for a rotation of workshop stations, including creative design candle soy wax, indigo blue tie dying, a creative cotton bag sawing pattern, and bath bomb creation. These are your do-it-yourself gifts for the best Chiang Mai memories.
They then congregate at Cham-Cha Art Market for a coffee break featuring scrumptious East meets West foods and a cold beverage selection. After that, take a coach to return to the hotel.
Dress code: Casual with short/long sleeves shirt, trousers and sandal or tong.
Note: Please bring along with hat, or cap, sunglasses, and suncream or sun lotion on the trip.