PJ's Place

Address: 19, Soi Plubplueng, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 19, Soi Plubplueng, 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

      The Gentle Giants

      A travel blog entry by humberwright on Dec 03, 2014

      21 photos

      ... She campaigns tirelessly to get elephant street begging banned in Thailand. Lots of the elephants are from illegal logging from the Thailand/ Burmese border as logging is still legal in Burma. Some have had horrific land mine injuries, others have injuries from traps or mating. Logging was banned in Thailand in the 90's this left over 400,000 elephants out of work. This number has now dwindled to 5000. And all of them are worked in tourism. There ...

      Jungle trekking!!

      A travel blog entry by sarah1990 on Nov 09, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... into two groups as some of the others were going to do elephants. I was with two other girls from America called Caitlin and Taylor. When we started walking it was super hot, around 30, but once we got into the jungle it cooled down a little but still very sweaty! The forest day we were mainly going up, so the views along the way were amazing. On the way, we went via a bat cave, which was incredible but smelled a bit funny, and ...

      Passport panics and exploring Northern Thailand...

      A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Oct 30, 2014

      2 comments

      ... villages inhabited by Palaung people (a Karen tribe that arrived from Burma 16years ago). Very traditional and sticking to their authentic ways. Recently leaving Burma I always feel a bit sad to leave a country to start a new one, you become familiar with the ways and customs of the people after a while, so the idea to start the process of becoming familiar again is always a little daunting. I had people call me over to sit with them and their whole families, had ...

      Same same but different

      A travel blog entry by glampackers on Aug 25, 2014

      ... other side of the mountain we walked yesterday. The jungle on this side is even more strikingly beautiful. Kr’s aversion to going downhill only grows as our legs shake more and more as the morning turns into afternoon and the cool air on top from the top of the mountain turns into hot and humid jungle air. By the time we reach the stunning waterfall that will serve as our welcome refresher, we use all our limbs to keep from tripping ...

      Massages, trekking and fabulous markets

      A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Jul 20, 2014

      17 photos

      Chiang Mai is a city of temples and shopping. Every Saturday and Sunday the centre of town is closed off for the walking night market, so where better to head to after our bus trip. Wandering around the streets from our pad that was outside of the citadel and the cities moat we made our way to the centre passing many monks, temples and little shops. In the market ...