Noppakao Place

Address: 3 Thongkaw Rd., T.Changpuak, A.Muang, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 3 Thongkaw Rd., T.Changpuak, A.Muang, Chiang Mai, is near Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Panda Tour & Trekking, Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, and Sinativa Spa Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Noppakao Place Chiang Mai

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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

A little off day

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Feb 17, 2015

... leading relaxation yoga sessions or do any kind of work when the officers are here because they could accuse the ashram of employing foreigners illegally then make them pay fines/fees. I guess the concept of practice teaching or karma yoga would be hard to deliver to government employees who want to crack down on businesses.

So the truck with three immigration officers in rather casual attires (surprising because even the meter reader guys wear uptight ...

Chiang Mai - Good For Soul & Mind

A travel blog entry by jason152z on Feb 09, 2015

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... time with retired elephants whose pain was no longer. We walked with them, fed them and bathed with them - literally splashing them in the river while they tumbled over with big smiles on their faces. It's something quite unreal but with a positive energy and connection that embraces a true respectful relationship between human and animal. The next day we embarked upon a morning with monks with a couple, one of which we now call 'Australian Jason'; apparently ...

Elephant walk (not the fraternity kind)

A travel blog entry by elgatofuerte on Feb 07, 2015

22 photos

... up a mountain. Ping and his co-guide Vin bet us beers trying to bullseye water bottles with a slingshot. Billy had a natural affinity for it, I ended up owing Vin two beers by dinner. We also visited a local tribe called the Karen Tribe that lived self-sufficiently off the land, occasionally selling things in Chiang Mai. They had one school we walked past that serviced five different tribes in the area. They spoke a different language from traditional Thai, so ...

I love Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by wenitta on Jan 24, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... the dorm and we decided to go and get a massage from some blind people. As they have lost their sense of sight their sense of touch was much stronger. The massage was really good but he sometimes put too much pressure on some parts and it hurt. I dont think i will go back. I much prefer the ex prisoners massage. We needed food after so got some lunch, a curry and a really tasty pineapple fruit shake. I had an early night as i knew i had my cooking course ...

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A travel blog entry by brittweav on Jan 17, 2015

... after that we headed to the National Chiang Saen museum and it had the old ruins of the city and it was amazing to see how much brick was used to keep intruders out. Not to mention that they had to make all that brick. It was cool to see. Finally we got pizza for dinner and then went to the night bazaar/night market for more walking around, eating food and shoppingJ. It was a fun day of touristy things but I was glad to be able to experience ...

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