Baan Chai Thung

Address: 208 Moo 4, T Choengdoi, Chiang Mai, 50220, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 208 Moo 4, T Choengdoi, Chiang Mai, is near Wat Chedi Luang, Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders, Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, and Elephant Life Experience (ELE).
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    Chiang Mai Posse

    A travel blog entry by nicole.edel on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... dessert shop, iberry, then got our first Thai massages and went back to eating more. We had heard about a street vendor on Anthony Bourdaine who always wears a cowboy hat and serves rice and pork so we had to try it. It definitely was the best thing we ate in Chiang Mai. The next day we met Chris for breakfast and ran into his friend Henry, a German who just graduated with his Master’s. ...

    The Bangkok Post

    A travel blog entry by cbrimer on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... I can only think that Harper would be much happier leading a country where food fights with the media were acceptable.... So, I decided to skip the temple portion of sightseeing today and move directly to shopping. I discovered the trendy area of town (think Hintonberg/Westboro), which is full of artsy shops, cafes, smoothie stands (at least 4-5 on every block) ...

    Never ending carnival

    A travel blog entry by geebeeamiad on Mar 05, 2015

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    ... movement, punctuated by exotic smells and
    fantastic sights. Two absolute 'musts' to visit are the Watts and
    street markets. The Watts are the most ornate temples in the world,
    They are always a deep orange colour, like the robes the Buddhist
    monks wear. The roof is always red and the cornices are decorated with
    fluted silver spires. There's a mass of religious icons inside and a
    continuous stream of both tourists and the devout, ...

    Chiang Mai Round 2

    A travel blog entry by ouicope on Mar 03, 2015

    31 photos

    ... hostels and snagged a private room at Deejai Backpackers. While the rooms were super basic, I'd definitely recommend this spot to any young traveler as it was easy to chat and lounge about with others and had the added atmosphere bonus of a pool/garden bar access. Chiang Mai is a popular (and cheap!) place in northern Thailand where you can soak up some of the cultural aspects of Thai people while having the added bonus of semi-city life. Definitely ...

    Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Feb 28, 2015

    31 photos

    ... Thai, but the sauces and flavours were amazing. After supper, and a delicious bottle of wine, we went back and put on a movie. It was a three hour long movie (Bird Man) we only made it half way through and started to fall asleep. Bed time! The next day, we went for Breakfast, then headed for the airport. It was a nice couple of days in Chiang Mai, but we said bye to a lot of friends made along the way. Dan and I would be heading to Bangkok. I really enjoyed ...