Address: 114 / 3 - 4 Rachamakka Rd, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 114 / 3 - 4 Rachamakka Rd, Chiang Mai, is near Wat Chedi Luang, Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders, Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, and Elephant Life Experience (ELE).
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Ch Ch Ch Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Jun 21, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... my leg over. I sat up towards its head with my feet lodged around its ears. Pang loved the trail and led the pack. Scott and his elephant were two behind me. His elephant’s baby son was gleefully causing trouble the entire trail. An hour later, we arrived at our destination. We dismounted the elephants and had lunch in a tree house with beautifully prepared exotic fruits and sticky rices. It was one of our favorite meals. We fed all the leftovers to the elephants, and ...

    Day 16- Sunday

    A travel blog entry by lauren.banner on Jun 14, 2015

    7 photos

    ... for a while- it was incredible and I suddenly felt so comfortable with him. We had a wonderful picnic lunch up in the jungle, with a huge selection of the best Thai foods- it was delicious. After lunch, we then got taught how to get on the elephants and how to ride them (the actions and commands we should use).. I was the first one to get on and lead the group through the jungle, where we arrived, after approximately 20 minutes, at ...


    A travel blog entry by caren1 on May 04, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on Ixchel’s shirt and told her to look at it. Turns out it was the well known Chedi, this is where they would put the ashes of past monks its a commodification (the process through which something is given monetary value). It was very tall and had many shapes, it was like a tower, the higher you would go up, the smaller it would get. I quietly walked up to it as I admired each little detail in it. We then proceed to ...

    Chiang Mai - Day 4

    A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Feb 21, 2015

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... laid out for us so all that was required was to cut, mix and bash them in the right order. James the pestle and mortar you got us for our wedding present will now be used to much better extent. Once the pastes were made we took a quick break while the next ingredients were readied, Onto the soups. I was making coconut milk soup, Helen was making Tom Yam Soup. Same basic processes for both, just one was made with water instead of ...

    Living Like the Villagers

    A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 20, 2015

    33 photos

    ... to master young youngs. So, Maew was quick to tell me that I would not like the bathrooms in China. Apparently the Chinese do not believe in flushing the toilet so there is always a bad smell. Also, she said they do not like to use doors. She said it was not uncommon for stalls not to be completely enclosed. She said that the walls only go half way up. So, when you are using the toilet you can see the person to the right and left of you. She told me that when ...