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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the cost. They should try a cheaper option like the Maninarakorn Hotel, which only costs $21 per night. The Maninarakorn Hotel is located in the heart of Chang Mai and is a boutique contemporary hotel with both modern and traditional elements.
After I explored the hotel a bit, I went back to my room, unpacked and ordered room service for dinner. I decided to have an early to night to rest after the long plane trip. I can't wait to start sightseeing tomorrow!
... in the hills for grazing then bring them down for excursions. But we don't go get them. The Mahouts do while we go chop down banana trees with 2 knives as a peace offering to our elephants. The two guys chop while the three girls break the branches and stack branches and tree trunks. As we are picking up the ant covered branches I say "stop!". There is a huge spider crawling through the branches with hairy legs and a crazy design on his back. I ask if he is poisinous and the guide ...
... special and unique about showering without a roof, a canopy of trees overhead and birds whistling in the background. Beds are a simple affair with mattresses on the floor and simple fans to cool off in the evenings.
A short drive away were magnificent waterfalls with water cascading down limestone rocks. Upon first glance you would expect the rock surface to be slippery but in fact it was easy to grip and ...
... 8211; 5am. Having run out of things to visit in Chiang Mai and the fact that each night all restaurants, bars and any other business closed at 9pm, we had to take action!
Our original plan was return night train to Bangkok and then a connecting flight to Surat Tani (Southern Thailand). Thankfully we manage to get our return train ticket reimbursed by ...
... show we are their friends. We fed them bananas and sugar cane. We'd tell the elephants to open their mouths (ban soong) and feed them. Their teeth are at the back of their jaws, so there was no chance of them biting us. Their mouths and tongues were smooth and slobbery, but it was a fun experience. Elephants sleep only 3 hours a day and literally eat the rest of the time. After feeding them, we got on their backs. To get on an ...