In a crowd of monks, devout Buddhist followers, and fellow travelers, you’ll have a chance to marvel at intricate religious carvings, observe worship rituals, and gaze out over the ever-growing sprawl of Chiang Mai city. If you plan to go there, don’t forget your water bottle and walking shoes as the staircase to the temple is steep. When you come back from there, you’ll see many street hawkers selling local treats and handmade goods. You can also combine your voyage of DoiSuthep with DoiPui, a village in the mountains. On the way to DoiPui, you have a chance to visit the Bhubing Palace.