Hotel M Chiang Mai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel M Chiang Mai
Clean room and friendly staff. Our room was in the fifth floor overlooking the wall and we could watch the festivities (beauty pageant, parade, marching band)
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I can't believe it's still Thursday. A few hours ago we were wandering through Hong Kong and now we are in Thailand! Got off the plane and had a little trouble with immigration. For some reason he kept asking me how long I would be staying and did not seem satisfied with my answer. He finally let me through but stamped my passport with a 30 day …
... Afterwards, Pom picked us up and drove us to a khantoke show which included traditional Thai dinner and dancing. We sat on cushioned seats on the ground, and enjoyed several different meats and vegetable dishes while watching the incredible costumes, music, and choreography.
The following day was the day that I had been waiting for: our day with the elephants. Patara elephant farm had a van come and pick us up around 8 that morning, and we drove 45 minutes up ...
... and introduced myself to her. Her name is Dani, and she is from Wales. She has been traveling for a while, and she was in India for five and half months before coming to Thailand. Three of those months was alone. I don't know, but I find that so admirable. Even if you don't know someone, you can just tell so much about a person from the way they have travelled. Anyway, she decided to come with us to the temple as well, and the nine of us set off. Today, I think ...
... so called because they had long necks. Little did I know that I would be able to meet them in person in Thailand. Originally from Burma, the Karen Longneck females start wearing brass rings on their necks from the tender age of 5. A ring is added every year until they have up to 25 rings. The weight of the rings depress the clavicle, elongating the neck. We weighed a sample of the neck rings and they weigh around 4 kilos each. In addition, the women have options ...
... love to do it more in depth!! Today was another early morning as we headed for Chiang Mai. First of all we stopped at the 'Temple of the Mad Man' which was a gorgeous white temple. It was such a work of art with a bridge over 'the underworld' where stone hands tried to grab you, to the heaven of the temple itself. Inside, on the back wall, were images of hell combined with modern figures that we all would recognise, including ...