Baan Prachan

13 Papraw Rd., Paded, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near The National Museum Bangkok, National Gallery, Temple of the Great Relic (Wat Mahathat), and Ta Prachan market.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

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    A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Sep 07, 2014

    78 photos

    ... foul looking insects so we settled on the least disgusting grub worms. Tyler swallowed his but Ashlyn had to spit it out. She expected a crunch or something to at least make it less bug-like but she equated the experience to chewing on salty styrofoam. Needless to say, we did not ask for seconds.

    Once back at our hotel, we had some time to kill before our street food tour so Ashlyn opted for another $6 massage. We had also found a cheap laundry place ...

    Ready Steady Cook

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jul 07, 2014

    3 photos

    ... br> Things we have learned
    1. Never rely on the weather, even in Thailand
    2. A brolly is worth packing
    3. Panang curry is better than Green curry



    Planes used - 2
    Buses used - 16
    Trains used - 9 (+1)
    Metros/subways used - 17
    Cars used - 5
    Minivans - 2 (+2)
    Russian Campervans used -1
    Horses used - 1
    Camels used - 1
    Taxis used - 5
    Cable cars used 1
    Bicycles used 1
    Tuk tuks used 4 ...

    When in Rome, Do as the Romans

    A travel blog entry by lswers on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... When I showed up, the two employees were sitting at the desk outside in the dark watching the World Cup. Turns out the restaurant on top was closed and I had brief nostalgia for New York, the only city that truly never sleeps. They kindly gave me a bottle of water (in a land where tap water is un drinkable, bottled water is gold), made a few jokes that started conversation, and eventually hailed a cab that would direct me to Baiyoke, the tallest building in bangkok also with ...

    Venice of the East and China Town

    A travel blog entry by kerrysworldtour on Apr 04, 2014

    21 photos

    ... Even busier than the streets of Bangkok city centre! Food stalls were everywhere and the many lanes that filtered off the main roads were filled with stalls selling spices, meat, fish, fruit, jewllery, Chinese gifts, clothes, drinks, you name it they sold it! Tuk tuk, cars and bikes drove down the lanes making it nearly impossible to walk down, along with the hundreds of people buying their daily goods. We seemed to be the only tourists there! It really was another ...

    My 21st Birthday - In Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by martha.radtke on Feb 20, 2014

    1 photo

    ... my Mom, I plan on spending my 21st birthday reading a book and eating my vegetables.

    Those of you who are worldly informed, you might notice the current political instability in Bangkok. While it's certainly on the radar, we're thinking we'll be avoiding all of the uproar. My friend Amanda has a grandma who lives outside of the city, and we'll be staying at ...