Thaphae Garden Guesthouse
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
It's never a good sign to jump on a bus and within 1 minute into the journey it sounds like brake pads are worn thin and the wheel is grunting and squeeling with every turn! I close my eyes hoping we make it to our destination in one piece! Just spent a week in Chiang mai. Maybe we should've left a few days ago but that nasty Thai whiskey requires …
After an epic 15 hour train ride, we have finally arrived in Chiang Mai! The overnight train was the most uncomfortable we have ever been! Having said that, serves us right for not going first class! The scenery was amazing though and the staff made us feel as comfortable as possible.
We arrived at our guesthouse 5 hours early, but they …
From Sukhothai it was another easy journey to Chiang Mai, we turned up at the bus station and got the next bus. When we arrived in Chiang Mai in the early evening, we checked the bus times for our next potential journeys and then got a tuk-tuk to a guesthouse we had chosen. Still in luck, the guesthouse had space for us and in one of the cheaper …
I spent my first three days in Chiang Mai at the Plaza Hotel courtesy of Mum and Dad ;). It was quite nice to have a break from backpacker accommodation and all the perks that go with that (kettle, hair dryer, bath tub, no mosquitoes, etc). Now I'm at the Thaphae Garden Guesthouse, which is charming and the staff are very friendly. I am attempting …
Chiang Mai home of the markets. Saturday market, Sunday market and the night market for the days inbetween.
The whole city is very laid lack back, nothing moves too quickly apart from the traffic and there is a nice mix of temples, restaurants and bars to keep you entertained. We decided to stick with this laid back approach and spent …
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking