Today is time for an escape to the countryside with a cooking class of a local family in a local village. You can walk around and get some explainations about the herbs and ingredients on the farm.
After that, the chef will help you to cook the first three courses and have lunch on the terrace.
After lunch, you have free time to enjoy the countryside till the back to hotel.
The main attraction in Chiang Mai with the view overlooking the whole city is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, on Doi Suthep Hill, 3,500 feet above sea level.
The Lord Buddha temple is known as the holiest religious place of Chiang Mai.
Phu Ping Palace and their Majesties' Winter Palace (4,000 feet above sea level). Wat Jed Yod (AD 1455) or Phu Ping Palace will be the last spots in the morning.
You will join a bicycle journey along with the Ping River over quiet, narrow roads and through local fruit orchards, green rice paddies surrounding small villages in the afternoon.
You can visit Thai traditional temples, markets, traditional Northern Thai houses together with a local Thai school.