Bann Tazala

Address: 55/5 Moo 1, Chiangmai-San Kamphaeng Road, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 55/5 Moo 1, Chiangmai-San Kamphaeng Road, Chiang Mai, is near Baan Thai Cookery School, A lot of Thai, Chiang Dao Cave, and Mae Sa Orchid Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Always sacrifice comfort for a good view

    A travel blog entry by julia.gledhill on Nov 09, 2015


    ... too because we just crossed the border from Vietnam to Laos not even two weeks ago... But there is simply less to do in Laos than in Cambodia and Vietnam. So we packed our packs again and set out at six in the morning to board a boat for twelve hours to a small town called Pak Beng. We rode the Mekong River south west, going upstream. It is must more common to travel by boat from Thailand to Laos because it takes half the time. It didn't help that our ...


    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Oct 12, 2015

    ... I forgot to relay to you the difficulty that we had making payment for our meals on our first night. Thats when the trouble started. The computers were down so calculations had to be down manually. This was indeed a task that proved too difficult for our man especially in the presence of Annette. A surcharge of 10% is paid on all food with a discount for something. VAT of 7% is then calculated on what we believe includes ...

    First Days in Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by nicole.edel on Jul 03, 2015

    16 photos

    ... bebe tigers that I wanted to steal), but I felt bad for the tigers. They don’t seem to treat them very well. They carry around sticks and hit the tigers on the nose when they do something wrong. A few of the tigers seems to be drugged too, although it says they don’t do that online. Also, they charge you based on the size of the tiger: smallest (most expensive), small, medium, and large. I was restricted to only see ...

    A trip north

    A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Jun 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... falling from the pagoda the way Dairy Queen ice cream cones melt from the curl at the top. The base of the temple had a landing where they decorated it with elephant statues. Unlike the elephant wall at Angkor Wat which was just carvings on the flat face of a wall, these were full elephants standing free from the rest of the temple. It was really unique from the others we have seen. In Cambodia the temples each have a story and no two are really alike with some having ...

    Chiang Mai Round 2

    A travel blog entry by ouicope on Mar 03, 2015

    31 photos

    My entire trip thus far has been a series of new cities, studying maps and trying to understand where the heck I am/where to go the moment I arrive. Flying to Chiang Mai was a totally different deal since I was actually here last year when Jon and I took our trip to Thailand (also the inspiration for my current trip). Feeling like a local, I was able to breeze through the streets again and wander the Night Bazaar with ease. I had mixed feelings of deja vu ...