Chai-Niz Village

Address: Maehongson, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Campground
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This campground is located on Maehongson, Chiang Mai.
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    An evening in Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... decent - all for £2.99 a night, pretty sure our cheapest place so far! Hostel ticked off the list, next was food. I was keen to make up for lost meals so I had two teas, first up was a really nice red Thai curry at a very popular restaurant not far from us called Lemongrass. Though slightly more pricey than markets might be, it was worth the extra cost and we saw queues for it later on as we ...

    N.Thailand motorbike trip - Mae Hong Son loop

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 19, 2015

    2 comments, 66 photos

    ... we were staying at and enjoyed a coffee and more juicy mangos on our veranda. Deciding we would stay one more night in Pai meant we had one final day of relaxation before hitting the road again. What better way to spend it than laying by the side of an inviting and refreshing swimming pool. The atmosphere was extremely chilled, with decent music playing in the background. Not having the space in our backpack to bring our books, we were 'forced' to completely chill, resting our ...

    What am I missing again?

    A travel blog entry by kristenhanlon on May 15, 2015

    ... large population of criminals who prey off the drunken idiots. It lets Myanmar import as many drugs as they want because hey, it's still money. All these 20 something idiots show up here to get drunk and get a hooker, do as the Romans do! So, if you're not in Bangkok to do some seedy **** that you'll never want to tell your suburban housewife in about 30 years, then there's not much to do. I have no interest in bars or clubs, and more importantly, I'm traveling with a ...

    Harry learns about a chubby monk

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... come to life. I first visited Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple in Chiang Mai. Nothing like the sparkliness of Bangkok's temples, but still a beautiful place and much quieter, without the tourist hoardes. It actually felt like a Buddhist temple ought to; a sanctuary for peace and quiet and reflection. I reflected upon many things. Each significant. Then I forgot them. And left. Next on my list was the mighty and grandiose Wat Phantao. Or Wat Chedi Luang. Not sure which, they ...

    Oh My Chiang Mai!

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Feb 14, 2015

    7 photos

    ... as the huge moon rose in the sky, eating street food I had never tried before at the markets, trying my first khao soi ( i) at a good Thai restaurant on Thapae road and my ultimate, trying my first Burmese meal at The Swan ( !contact/c24vq). We shared: ner lung - meat balls with spicy sauce, lar pat toke - a delicious tea leaf salad, nga bpao - a fish dish and Amare dar hin - an incredibly tasty beef ...