The Chiang Mai White House
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
Day 1: Waking up in Chiang Mai, i still can barely move and Kim is tired and lethargic. We lie in and then decide we ought to do something with the day. (Its still raining, i thought we had got lucky with the wet season as cambodia, vietnam and most of Laos were sunny but its def caught up with us). We wander around the city but i have to say its …
Hello There! Who's ready for a LONG update? I will break it into sections so you can scan only what interests you! I awoke at 5:45am this morning to the playful yipping of the owners Jack Russel puppy. I tried to ignore the sound for about half an hour before realizing how much of a blessing it was that I could hear the pup at all! You see, for the …
Ok so arrived in Chiang Mai by plane and just as I stepped out of the airport doors to get a cab, I was approached by a very eccentric french woman wearing awesome ******et pointed sandals the colours of the rainbow and dripping in silver jewelery. She wanted to share a cab to wherever I was staying as she had nothing booked yet. We chatted in the …
I think we have found our home from home, Jo is already talking about how easy it is to get to Chiang Mai from the UK. We have been here 10 days, about twice as long as planned and love it - and so do a lot of other Westerners, there seems to be quite a large expat community with pub quizs and the like We flew here from Bangkok and are staying in …
Tuesday April 17, day 13 of my
Southeast Asia Summer tour
I didn't drink beer to see if that was
possible. I didn't die, so I guess it was. I did have coffee at the
peppermint cafe where I med an Aussie named Phil who was trying to
start a meditation center in Chiang Dao north of this city. I took a
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chiang Mai White House
BP and his wife were wonderful people. i had a fun time playing with Beer, a 4 year old kid who was there with his dad everyday. The place is quiet, shady, peaceful, beautiful, and walking distance to mant things near tapae gate. I recommend this place and I was happy to get a room there during Song Kran. I met great guests there as well and we enjoyed the festivities and the adventures that are easily accessable from this home stay.
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