Le Chalet Suite

56 M.8 Soi Wat Umong, T.Suthep, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 56 M.8 Soi Wat Umong, T.Suthep, Chiang Mai, is near Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, Panda Tour & Trekking, and Sinativa Spa Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    First day jungle trekking.

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Sep 01, 2014

    51 photos

    ... and still so warm. Then it was time to go to the toilet, now so far in a week I have got over so many fears however this fear I don't think I will ever get over. The toilet! Traditional thai toilets are holes in the ground, I can deal with that what I can deal with is pitch black, middle of no where with a range of noises and walking to the toilet alone. I was shaking! So it was a case of Matty you're coming with me. So I grabbed my clothes and ...

    Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by rhianstravels on Jul 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the tonnes of walking how little exercise I have done, as I was very stiff for the next couple of days! We spent a tough 6 hours trekking with our Thai guide and a man from the Karen tribe who showed us his home in the Karen tribe village with his family. He also carved us some trekking sticks as we kept falling on our bums on the down hills as it was pretty wet and slippery! We passed lots of pretty waterfalls but were all very grateful when we ...

    Thank goodness for that!

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 07, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... and have earned their trust getting them more familiar with humans. Now they are handled and stroked on a daily basis which is apparently why the Tigers are so relaxed Having said that we had to stay behind the Tiger at all times and were not allowed to touch their front paws (except the smallest tiger). Also we were warned to stroke the Tigers firmly so as not to tickle them. Apparently if they feel tickled they may swat at your hand as they think it is a fly! The staff ...

    Treatment Center (Thanyarak)

    A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on Jun 05, 2014

    ... disorders. Keep in mind that Thailand does not use the DSM, so some of their classifications for the disorders may be slightly different than what we know in Ameica. The psychiatrist mentioned that co-occurring disorders that come along with the addiction are what he finds hardest to deal with. Many individuals in Thailand are not well educated about these disorders, and unlike the United States, mental health is still stigmatized.

    All patients are recommended to stay ...

    Elephants, Rafting and some much needed down time!

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Mar 16, 2014

    94 photos

    ... go at using the Bamboo poles to push us along and to help us change direction as there were some rapids that we had to avoid and turn. Some of the rocks were quite tall so we had to avoid these as well just in case they would break up the raft. On some of the rapids everyone had to get off except the people with poles (3 including the guides) and walk over rocks in order to get back on board. The journey down was very peaceful and we saw plenty of Water buffalo cooling off in the river ...