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TravelPod Member ReviewsBen Guesthouse Chiang Rai
Awesome place to stay if you are looking for a quiet & serene place .
The location is about a 15 min walk to the town centre .
Staff have been very pleasant and helpful .
Rooms are very clean and well kept and good size too :)
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Our 2 days in Chiang Rai to rest a let Hannah fully recover did not get off to the best of starts! I am fairly certain that it was all a big setup to get me to the Chiang Rai shopping mall!! What happened you may ask?! Unfortunately when walking our camera bag slipped off Hannah's shoulder damaging the lense. Fortunately the extra coverage we took …
... looked like they were going to prom and here we are in maxi skirts and dresses. But it did not seem to bother them. All my buddies were there i actually only had my real thai buddies sitting with me which was nice because it is already difficult dealing with them, the buddy that never shows up was there but very quiet and then she suddenly disappeared and rachel spied her having a photo shoot with a random guy who they showed up at our table so i asked my ...
... you cry he said! He has treated us to great meals everywhere but we have had to say "Not too much!" Views from our front row table great. Dropped off at hotel for our last night, and goodbye to Sutthi. He has been an interesting, pleasant, happy guide as well as a careful driver. We will certainly recommend him. Bruce got a tuk tuk to the night market and had a good look ...
... wifi is decent and costs $8 CDN!
Yesterday we went to the Hill Tribe Village Museum. This museum houses artifacts and information about each of the ten tribes that live in the hills around Thailand. Some of these tribes are native to Thailand, but most have come as refugees over many decades from China, Burma, and Laos. These tribes used to live very nomadic lives and have a long history of growing opium, but the Thai government has put an ...
... of ingredients then went back to the cooking school, put out aprons and started to cook. Once we'd finished cooking we went back to the hostel and waited to be picked up for our first overnight train to Bangkok. The overnight train was really cool. You sit in seat opposite each other for a few hours then a man comes along and makes the two seats into a bed and then pulls another bed from the ceiling. You get a curtain that goes across the whole of your bed along with a pillow ...