Baan Tai Hotel

Address: 41/9 Wiang-ping Tud-mai Road, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near Patara Elephant Farm, Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, and Elephant Life Experience (ELE).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Baan Tai Hotel Chiang Mai

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Cooler northern Thailand

A travel blog entry by mikeandabike on Dec 03, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Yesterday I went to one of Chiangmai's most sacred peaks called Doi Suthep. It's height is 1676 m The temple was established in 1383. There's a mythical story about a visiting who took a relic and rode upon a white elephant, and when the elephant had stopped at a certain spot, that would be where the temple would be, that spot was Doi suthep. It's a nice view, when not hazy or ...

Frogs, snakes, turtles and pigeons

A travel blog entry by banona on Nov 08, 2014

... We learned that you can be a novice as soon as you are old enough to take care of yourself (bathe yourself, not pay for your own insurance and rent). There is no symbolism or meaning to the robes and act of shaving their heads, it is just simple and easy to take care of so they don't waste time on their appearance. Women can be monks "same same" although there is only one female temple out of a thousand in Thailand, likely just because there is less interest by females to ...

Breaking up with Thailand is hard to do

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 18, 2014

... offal) - Be like Big Buddah (please cross your legs) - Klong (which, for a long time, we thought was Thai for being hammered - we later found out it was just a severe mispronunciation of the word "drunk", but not before a lot of failed jokes). - Happy-birthday-Zoe (said as one long phrase instead of using the possessive, "Zoe's birthday"). I personally realised I'd adopted Thailish when I tried to explain Christmas to my year 12 class by saying "You ...

Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Aug 05, 2014

17 photos

... others from the guesthouse and decided on the first half decent option. Anyway 30 minutes later we see a scooter pull up and a bag full of takeaway cartons being brought inside and paid for. One of the girls jokes and says I bet that's our dinner, turned out to be 100 percent correct and we proceed to watch them scrape the stone cold food out of the cartons and onto plates for us. Only in Thailand. Pretty much safe to say our worst meal in so far, and to add insult ...

Independent Project

A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on Jun 11, 2014

11 photos

... addicts clean the grounds, while AA asks members to set up and clean up after meetings). Not only does this help subsidize the costs of the programs, but it holds addicts of both organizations accountable. Because the addicts are required to be places at certain times, this holds them obliged to not only the program, but instills a sense of responsibility in oneself. Alcoholics Anonymous and Wat Tham Krabok present disparities, most likely, because of cross cultural differences. AA ...