Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is located in the farthest north of Thailand. More than 90% of the area are mountains or as called in Thai "Doi" or "Phu". These mountains peaks rise to the elevation of 1500-2000 meters above sea level. Therefore, they playan important part in creating many important rivers such as Kok River, Khong River, Ing River, Kham River Lao River, Sai River.
The territory of Chiang Rai connects to Myanmar, Laos, Lamphang, Phayao, and Chiang Mai.
Tourist attractions in Chiang Rai town are mostly cultural and historical ones, especially temples and museums. In the evening, find some nice guorment restaurants with fantastic atmosphere near the bridge across Kok River or near the clock tower intersection or lacally called "Ha Yak Phor Khun". After that you can simply indulge yourself with various products in the night bazaar market.
It is the most convenient to visit Chiang Rai town in the last day after having visited all the hills outside town. This is because you can directly fly back to Bangkok from Chiang Rai International Airport wich is only 8 kilometers away from town.