Baan Chiangkhong

Address: 354 Tumbol Wiang, Sai Krang, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai, 57140, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 354 Tumbol Wiang, Sai Krang, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Trekking in Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Feb 22, 2015

31 photos

... Tony had been a monk for 14 years and so meditated in the temple whilst we climbed the stairs to the top of the Wat to get some amazing views of the surrounding town.

We then headed back to town after a fantastic day with an amazing guide. Despite being shattered we went back to the night market for some food. We liked Chiang Rai a ...

Living the life in the Village

A travel blog entry by tw1220 on Jan 21, 2015

4 photos

... our woven baskets
we made yesterday to gather strawberries but there are no strawberries right
now, so instead we stopped at café amazon and got some yummy coffee like
always. I made a hopeful wish to myself that we would be back my three just to
have time to ourselves and we were back by 2:45 heck yeah!! Enough time to
unpack and hand wash my clothes, ...

Tea plantations and Temples in Chiang Rai.

A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Jan 14, 2015

9 photos

... me and Emma were too full and the boys were too sick. So no tea for us. We didn't stay long, Emma had a bit of a slip and was covered in mud and because I love her so much I didn't laugh too loud. On our way back to Chiang Rai we saw a sign for a waterfall, we ended up at this super random place but there was a pretty awesome temple there, had s quick squiz then went to find the waterfall, we hiked in the national park for less than 10 ...

Chiang Rai Adventures:Part 2

A travel blog entry by gthang on Dec 29, 2014

1 comment, 52 photos

... the rest of the journey. When close to the tasting room Tony instructed us to get out in front of the Thai military camp. He explained then demonstrated by walking us to the ledge that the Myanmar border was right behind the military station. Yep, he was right. Yesterday we could throw a stone across the Mekong into Laos and today we could fire a spit ball out of a straw into Myanmar. While you could not see a lot you could tell the conditions were more primitive simply by observing ...

Swapping Mai for Rai

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Nov 20, 2014

31 photos

... these rather macabre bits represnet the struggle between Buddha and Mara (demons). The inside of the temple is actually not that impressive, but the rest of the complex makes more than up for that. It is actually very nice to just walk around, and taking your time (I would never managed to stay here only for 30 minutes). There are also some touristy bits, i.e. You can by a aluminium plate and write your name on it, and hang it on a bell. I am pretty sure they get removed ...