Homestay-Chiang Rai

Address: Soi 5 nr 240 Ban Hong O, Chiang Rai, 57000, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Soi 5 nr 240 Ban Hong O, Chiang Rai, is near Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, Mae Salong (Santikhiri), Hill Tribe Museum, and Doi Tung.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

    Tea plantations and Temples in Chiang Rai.

    A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Jan 14, 2015

    9 photos

    Chiang Rai - 2 nights. 13 - 15 Jan 2015. So we ended up hiring a car from Chiang Mai that was to be ours for the next 5 days. At $50 a day it's not too bad when it's split 4 ways and makes life much easier for us to get around especially as we are staying a little out of town in Chiang Rai. The drive to Chiang Rai was sweet, took almost 3 hours and we stopped for strawberries on the way, and found hot springs that smelt like Rotorua. Richie ...

    Controversial Temple

    A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 50 photos

    We grabbed an early local bus to the white temple to see what all the hype was about. A very controversial artist had designed the place, upon walking onto the grounds it looked amazing then we saw predator? The whole place had stuff from Alain movies, superman, Michael Jackson and all other sorts of weird ****. Very ...

    Day 30 - Chiang Rai

    A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 05, 2014

    ... tuk and flew to the bus station! Had to cover my nose a lot as the pollution was pretty bad in the traffic, but I was there in no time as my driver pulled off some pretty fun but hair raising maneuvers haha. It's funny, transport in Thailand is notoriously dangerous, primarily by bus or minivan, there's numerous crashes each year. And I have to say I've been ******** bricks on some of those trips myself, but when it comes to tuk-tuks, the little voice in my head just shouts ...

    Taho cookery!

    A travel blog entry by andynemz on Feb 08, 2014

    9 photos

    ... moved from their homeland in Myanmar into Thailand as a tourist attraction. Having taken in as much as we could we decided to move on. We wandered in town a bit, had a drink and check of e-mails in a cafe and returned to the hotel. It was finally time to check out the pool. We both enjoyed a little dip although Emily was a little cold and then decided to have a smoothie at the swim up bar, mostly because it was very exciting. Andy continued his ...

    Yes I am in Siam =D

    A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on Nov 02, 2009

    15 photos

    ... land which already had a house on it. They built a small traditional house at one end of the land and Gary planned to renovate the existing building. However, whilst he was sorting out matters in the UK, Baan had the existing house bulldozed, as someone had died in it – this is considered extreme bad luck. On Gary’s return, Baan had made the small house very homely and they lived their whilst working on the rest of the rather neglected land. ...