Liams Suan Dok Mai

Address: 87/45 Moo 7 Tambon Faham Moo Baan Samakon Ampur Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 87/45 Moo 7 Tambon Faham Moo Baan Samakon Ampur Muang, 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

Last Day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by muzoconnor on Oct 01, 2015

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... br> We then had a head, shoulder and back massage ready for our flight tonight. I had a fish spa a bit further down the street, which I had also had the other night and Mick had a blister from new thongs so was not keen to do it again. Arrived back at the Hotel and the Driver to transport us to the Airport was waiting, so we left Chaing Mai and will definitely be back after having a wonderful holiday in Thialand.

TEN Things I Learned In The Thai Jungle

A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... realize is primarily an American thing. We have a thing about our toilets. Most of us refuse to use a portable toilet. Most of us dare not to touch a toilet seat if our lives depended on it. If no toilet seat covers are available, we will take the extra 5 minutes and intricately craft one using toilet paper. We dare not to touch the door handle in the bathroom, if we do, we cringe about it for the next couple minutes of our lives. Reality check, only Americans do this. ...

Chiang Mai Zoo: Thanks to the Venturas!

A travel blog entry by kelnero on May 05, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

After our tiger snuggles, we thought we'd check out the Chiang Mai Zoo to explore more local fauna (and flora). What a delightful surprise! All the animal habitats allow you to get really close to the animals, and have natural barriers (moats, smooth vertical walls, etc.) in place of fences in many instances. This gave the impression that the animals weren't in cages which was awesome. In fact, some animals - e.g. the peacocks - weren't enclosed at ...

From Elephants to Hobbits...

A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on May 03, 2015

24 photos

... and roam the sanctuary.

We arrived at a large central wooden structure with many tables full of back packers and tourists. Each table looked out onto the complex and it wasn't long before a bucket of watermelons was brought and from the raised platform the kids could feed the elephants. Our guide Andy then took is out into the open field and we walked with elephants dotted in the distance towards 2 elephants standing under a ...

The money... Is gone

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 22, 2015

17 photos

... t checked. The US Dollars were in it and his life expectancy shortened to a matter of minutes. I had unpacked my bag again, endured his wrath for losing the money and was going to kill him.

After much consideration and large amounts of grovelling, I decided prolonging his pain by dangling it over his head would be far more satisfying. He repacked my bag and we got ready for bed. He had to get up to switch the lights off, because I hadn't lost the ...