V.I.P. House

Address: 13/ngo 13 duong Linh Nam, Mai Dong-Hoang Mai -Ha Noi, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13/ngo 13 duong Linh Nam, Mai Dong-Hoang Mai -Ha Noi, Chiang Mai.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

...Southeast Asia...a Day in the Life....

A travel blog entry by joanknab on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 134 photos

... village (if that village is lucky enough to have one at all),

to forage in the jungle for greens, flowers, and roots to cook with while your little children (4 to maybe 8 years old) are out with long sticks with sticky sap on the ends stealthily poking them up in trees to catch the cicadas (locusts) that will be the protein in their families’ evening meal, occasionally popping a live one in their mouths for a pre-dinner snack,

to make your meals on ...

Independent Project

A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on Jun 11, 2014

11 photos

... religious upbringings, many people are said to have success through this program. It is easy for many people to benefit because all that is required for memebership is a desire to stop drinking. Individuals of all backgrounds can make meaning out of the twelve steps that the program follows. On the other hand, Wat Tham Krabok is solely based off of the Buddhist religion. Although being Buddhist is not a requirement for admittance to the program, an identity with the religion is ...

A rumble in the jungle in Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by jakepaul on May 15, 2014

5 photos

... the root as is in addition to the dried form.

We were then given a traditional snack to try. The snack basically consisted of a platter of beetle leaves (not as horrible as it sounds), challots, lime, peanuts, chillies, ginger and palm syrup. The idea is that you fold up one of the leaves and then load it up with a bit of everything and when you eat it, you get to experience all of the different flavours which make the foundation of Thai cooking. I fired mine ...

Meeting my Mind

A travel blog entry by elegibson on Apr 29, 2014

6 photos

... by lush forest and is perched on the pinnacle of a mountain with stunning views over the old walled city of Chiang Mai but I like the communal room best. Here you can also do walking mediation which involves focusing on your feet as you slowly walk to and fro across the room "lifting, moving, placing, lifting, moving, placing". What this looks like from the outside is a Ministry of Silly Walks convention in slow-mo. Hilarious tho it looks for the passer-by (of ...

Contiki Asian Adventure - Chiang Mai (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by richelleworld on Mar 11, 2014

13 photos

... Chaiang Mai was interesting as there was a few times that it felt like we were going in circles, but many intersections did not allow some turns due to the remains of the old city walls (about 12th cent.) so we had to go around them and do u-turns in oder to get out of the city. At the tiger kingdom, we were able to choose the size of tigers we wanted to see, smallest, small, medium and large. Four of us decided on the package with the baby, small and large ...