Makka means the way to liberate all suffering. The way toward happiness comes from right actions and from the way of the mind. The ultimate life's purpose is to find true happiness. True happiness is the freedom of mind from fewer attachments, that leads to creating peace within.
The word “Makka” was inspired from the philosophy of a "light" within. A feeling of being at a state that promotes a relaxing and an unwinding feeling. Life is a journey with many experiences along the way, happy and unhappy, success and failure, the importance is for individuals to discover and accept all experiences with understanding, and with a mind of perseverance to discover true happiness. Makka hopes to fulfil the moment of one's life experience. Makka wants each individual's time to be with their loved ones, to have time to pause, remain still for a moment and to think about themselves and others. To enjoy the moment of peace and happiness through one’s body and mind.
Makka is a boutique hotel that aims to
generate a cultural environment with
the inspiration from both the nature
and philosophical approach that bring
out the spirit of the property.
It is decorated in a way that it is peaceful,
with serenity from the courtyard and
from the courtesy of our employees.
Enjoy Makka and may everyone
be blessed with happiness and
peacefulness by staying with us.
In 2013, Makka was created as a boutique hotel in the heart of Chiang Mai old town, guests can easily access to explore and enjoy the activities around the beautiful city of Chiang Mai.
The hotel provides
a peaceful environment.
Makka is a design hotel based on the eastern
philosophy relating to the strive for a peaceful life
and letting go. The place provides a guest and
peaceful environment in the heart of Chiang Mai
Living in the gallery.
Makkachiva is a design hotel based on
the concept of living in the art gallery.
Guests can enjoy and appreciate Chiang Mai’s
way of life through more than 60 pieces
of paintings and artworks of renowned Thai artists.
Kalm Village is now open! If you are interested in art, craft and culture, this is a place to visit.
Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai
Yee peng Lanna Festival in Chiang Mai
( Photo By Alexander Mazurkevich / Shutterstock.com )
"Rediscovering Jajam : The people's textile"
@Kalm Village, Chiang Mai