Micasa Guesthouse

Address: Thapae Soi 4, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Thapae Soi 4, Chiang Mai, is near Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, Wat Umong, Rose Garden, and Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMicasa Guesthouse Chiang Mai

    Reviewed by tobirgits

    Good location, clean rooms

    Reviewed Jan 25, 2014
    by (14 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    Good location nice clean rooms and friendly staff. Most rooms share the bathroom but they are kept very clean

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Micasa Guesthouse Chiang Mai

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Traveling while black, red, white and blue

    A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Two weeks into the journey to the day. The plan was to call some of this blog Traveling While Black. The purpose was to encourage more independent travel by African Americans and let folks know what they might expect traveling to countries that may have little contact with people of African descent. On reflection, I realized that my Traveling While …

    Hilltribes of Northern Thailand

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Jun 29, 2015

    57 photos

    ... quite hot, rough, and heavy.

    There are 6 main hilltribes in Northern Thailand:
    The Akha, the Lisu, the Lahu, the Karen, the Mien, and the Hmong.
    Together they some up to 1 percent of the population of Thailand.
    I have seen people of all hilltribes except Hmongs as they live south of Chiang Mai, but I was north of the city. However, my driver today was a Green Hmong.

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    Bathing with elephants

    A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Jun 11, 2015

    14 photos

    ... company. She was very sweet and kept sticking her trunk out to suck on (kiss) my hand. After a little play time we went with them over to the mud bath. This area was just a big mud puddle that they had to keep adding water to because it hadn't been raining much yet. The elephants came into the mud and we were supposed to cover their skin with it. According to the workers this serves as some kind of protection against the sun. Elephants don't have sweat glands so ...

    From Elephants to Hobbits...

    A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on May 03, 2015

    24 photos

    ... 2 ton monsters!

    The second was one showing the history of the place. It was founded by Khun Lek, who was a local girl that had grown up with an elephant in the family and had one day bought an abused one from some loggers. She has since dedicated her life to saving elephants from loggeers, circuses, street performers and giving them an open life. With some funding from the US, she now has over 40 acres and 45 elephants, all free to live ...

    Back to the Future Hua Hin, fast forward Ch

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 21, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... of Thailand. Followed by an afternoon of gentle swimming in the pool and sitting reading a book in the shade. We got a taxi into town quite early so that Kath&Bob could buy their train tickets for tomorrow. Chinese New Year festivities were underway and everyone seemed to be hanging around waiting for something to happen in the town square ( maybe a lion dance) but we needed food! So we went to a Swedish Bar down the road and asked the Irish bar manager where the best ...