Baan Chai Thung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cob and looked at the numerous flower stalls. Whilst we were in Chiang Mai the Inthakin City Pillar festival was taking place. The festival gives people (mainly citizens) the opportunity to venerate the guardian spirits of the city. Offerings of flowers are made to the city pillar, as well as other Buddhist icons around Wat Chedi Luang (where the city pillar is located). A large celebration of dancing, musical performances and carnival games usually takes place. Unfortunately we ...
... a weekly Organic Farmers Market. They changed their hours so it turns out we were two hours early No worries .....we spent the time touring/visiting the exhibits at the Chiang Mai Cultural Center at the Three Kings monument.
I will post some photos from the Center. It was really nice to see some of the history of Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai used to be Lanna, before the daughter of the leader of Lanna married the King of Siam near the end ...
... varying degrees of deliciousness, and found refreshment in one of Chiang Mai's natural waterfalls. Harry had a great time getting all kinds of messy as he navigated the rocky terrain of the waterfall pools, soaking his nappy literally to the point of bursting. Jess later asked me, as I carried a very wet and nappy-clad Harry from one pool to the other, "What is he eating!?", only to discover that he had begun to eat the gel normally contained within the lining of the ...
... the Lake House guide had – he repeated himself. After hearing him say the same thing about the mahout hooks for the fifth time, I lost interest. Our guide was perceptive, but thought I wasn’t happy about the hooks that were used. He enquired and my reply was, ‘Can we just get on with it?’ Patience was not a virtue today.
We put on clothes that they provided, transferred our belongings to bags they gave us and watched as our ...
We took a 1.5 hour flight from Luang Prabang, Laos to Chiang Mai, Thailand. At the airport, we quickly passed through immigration as we did not require a visa to vacation in Thailand. We boarded a nice new SUV taxi from the airport to the hotel. During the taxi ride, we noticed right away that Thailand is much more developed than the previous SE Asian counties we went to, complete with modern luxuries such as: large gas stations, paved roads ...