BuaSaree

Address: 50 Moo1, Ban TonChokeLuang, Chiang Mai, 50140, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 50 Moo1, Ban TonChokeLuang, Chiang Mai, is near Flight of the Gibbon - Treetop Adventure, Sunday Market, National Elephant Institute, and Mae Ping River.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Elephant ridin' and top of mountain summiting

    A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 02, 2014

    29 photos

    ... but we learned that for part of their schooling they get to go on 3 world trips of 3 weeks length in their final year. Only if american schools did that.. We made it to the waterfall and it was a beautiful place to enjoy our sticky rice, chicken, and corn on the cob. After a little bit of eclipsing and slipping on my ass we were back on our way to the top of the mountain. The drive up to the top was quite a journey. Along the way we made pit stop at ...

    Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by rophetveld on Oct 14, 2014

    3 comments, 31 photos

    ... We learned how everything is made and where it comes from. After the visit to the market, we went to a farm where the cooking would take place. After a drink we were taken into the garden, Meow showed us all ingredients we were going to use. Once the tour was finished, we could start cooking, finally! I was getting hungry. From a list of different dishes, we had to choose 5. I chose Pad Thai, spring rolls, Tom yum (a ...

    Second day in the Chang Mai jungles.

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Aug 31, 2014

    46 photos

    ... a he was a fan of mud and kept trying to climb up the embankment, that was fine in itself however he kept slipping back down and bumping in to us. I was convinced we were going to be taken out by a baby elephant but luckily we weren't! It got quite scary at times, I couldn't quite get my head around how a huge elephant was going to get itself and us up a pretty steep hill that was really slippy. By the time we were half way through the trek by right arm was killing me ...

    Thank goodness for that!

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 07, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... and have earned their trust getting them more familiar with humans. Now they are handled and stroked on a daily basis which is apparently why the Tigers are so relaxed Having said that we had to stay behind the Tiger at all times and were not allowed to touch their front paws (except the smallest tiger). Also we were warned to stroke the Tigers firmly so as not to tickle them. Apparently if they feel tickled they may swat at your hand as they think it is a fly! The staff ...

    West Coast and Northern Thailand:

    A travel blog entry by hamblin on Jun 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... town itself, so that evening consisted of several cards games, drinks and beer pong with a bunch of people at the hostel, a lot from Phuket! The following morning we got the local bus to Ao Nang and had a wander down the beautiful beach, before getting the taxi boat over to Railay. Railay is beautiful. A picturesque, secluded beach surrounded by caves, rock climbers and an amazing view. Unfortunately, just as we were enjoying this view, the heavens opened, marking the ...