Chiang Mai Thai House
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The night train arrived at 11am. We got off and booked our ticket back to Bangkok so we can go on to Chumphon next Wednesday cos the trains seem to book up really quickly. The heat here is mental, it hasn't dropped below 35 and the sun is shining. Not one to complain but this is going to take some getting used to! Drinking plenty of water! The …
After the hectic pace of Bangkok it was a relief to fly north to Thailand's second major city, Chiang Mai, about 500 miles north of Bangkok. We spent one week here, but could have stayed much longer. The city is just the right size: small enough to explore on foot, yet with plenty to see and do. The old city, where we stayed, is surrounded by the …
A train journey from Bangkok to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand seemed like a good way to see the country.
Left Bangkok at 8am and when rolled into Chiang Mai at 10pm some 14 hours later the novelty had worn off.
By the time we got there thought we'd be coming into into Bejing station.
Chiang Mai is a nice town to walk around …
We caught the night bus to chiang mai to start our travels through Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Only staying here one night, spent the afternoon watching the rain then headed to the Sunday night market for a bit of shopping and some good food.
Boxing, Bikes, Monks & Guns
As I hovered completely naked above the squat toilet in the overnight sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, I was unaware we were pulling into the station and the window to my right wasn't as opaque as I had thought. Nonetheless, the decision to rid myself of cloth was not a throwaway one…how …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Noisy, hard beds, bad airco, ice-cold swimming pool
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