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Address: 244/309 Lanna Pinery Home, Moo 4, Rimklongcholpratan Road, Hangdong, Chiangmai 50230, Chiang Mai, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 244/309 Lanna Pinery Home, Moo 4, Rimklongcholpratan Road, Hangdong, Chiangmai 50230, Chiang Mai, is near Rose Garden, Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo, Royal Thai handicraft center, and Mae Ping Elephant Village.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Last weekend in Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Jul 12, 2015

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So the end is here, 6 weeks over in the blink of an eye (how did that go by so quickly?). I can’t believe my time here in Huay Pakoot has come and gone so quickly. A fairly casual start to the morning, with packing the main objective. It’s funny how something can become so familiar so quickly, making leaving feel so sad. As I am finishing cleaning out my room, Wampon (my homestay Mum) comes and see’s me off. It’s so odd, that I feel so ...

Elephant Nature Park!!

A travel blog entry by kateywade on Jun 30, 2015

... family" of three. I say family in quotes because only two of them are actually related. The mother is blind in her right eye due to an owner's punishment and the "auntie" showed up completely blind. Elephants are matriarchial and it doesn't make much sense as to who's in charge. One "family," mostly unrelated but did everything together, was led by a 6 year old. These creatures were amazing.
I really could ...

Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 14, 2015

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After 8 hours sleep in 3 days, and 3 flights later, Amelia and I were glad to be in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We were actually organised too. Accommodation was booked and for a mere 50 baht each (£1), we were taken directly to the guesthouse from the airport. We were dropped at 'Gap's House', which didn't look too great, in fact we were worried by how rundown the place looked. But, we were soon relieved when we stepped in the room. It had air-con, it was clean, spacious, airy and ...

Housewife 101

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 19, 2015

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... brushing his teeth and it shot across the room and hit him on the head - that explained the bottom of the door rotting) the bed's springs dug into you when you slept as well. For 600 Baht a night, we weren't sure how it had received such good ratings on TripAdvisor. We'd found alternative accommodation for the same price; it was modern, clean and well maintained. (We'd asked to see the room in person before we'd chosen it). We'd decided to extend our stay in Chiang Mai ...

Elephants in Thailand

A travel blog entry by laurams on Mar 17, 2015

The second part of Chiang Mai was even more fun than the first. I visited the elephant nature park.

The elephant is Thailand's most iconic animal, but they are disappearing very quickly for several reasons, the main one being the destruction of their habitat.
They used to use elephants for logging, which is terrible, but after they banned that in Thailand, the owners were out of work and had to abandon the ...