Elegant Lanna Boutique Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegant Lanna Boutique Guesthouse Chiang Mai
We stayed 2 nights in Elegant Lanna which is a nice and quiet guesthouse located at the entrance of the Old City (so really close to the city center) in a little & quiet street.
This guesthouse, run by lovely Thaï people is clean, comfortable and the room are big & equipped with AC.
They also propose a breakfast which is a great value for money (115 baths for a continental western breakfast).
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Our day for zip lining, walked to Chiangmai inn next door about 6:15am, got in van and drove to pick up a young German couple, then Chinese family of 5.
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Walked to Art Cafe on Thae Pae Road for breakfast, met Megan & Don at their hotel, walked back out to Thae Pae rd and got a songthaew to zoo (20 baht each), chatted to 2 English girls who hopped on as well.
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We left the hotel about 7:45am, walked along the main road and got a songthaew to bus station, I walked over to the main street to buy coffee, met lovely English couple, got the bus back to Chiang mai without any dramas this time!
Bus left at 9:05am, arrived in Chiang Mai at 12:30, got a songthaew to guesthouse, rang Megan as she had …
... a delicious local lunch in the village where the zip lining centre was based. Our driver then sped us back to Chiangmai and we were actually a couple if ours too early for the bus. So instead of going straight to the bus terminal we could go back to the hostel. Good for me since i had forgotten my shoes there. At 6ish we hopped on a very uncomfortable bus and headed down to Bangkok. Next stop Burma! ...
... taking care of their families, weaving and selling their handcrafts to the tourists. These people were living here following the ways of their ancestors! These were real villages, real living museums!
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