Golden Pine Resort
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... fellow tourers as they failed to be punctual, something that as British people we could not tolerate. Firstly we went to the White temple which was amazing and a little haunting. Next we saw the black house which was even more haunting with staged rooms of houses filled with animal skins and bones including alligators and snakes (and a real life snake.) These were definitely well worth the trip. Next we drove up to visit some of ...
... for both times. It is very reasonable for me, and way faster than seeing a doctor at public hospital in HK.
- Doctors and nurses are not necessary speaking good English, so I doubt the same with private clinics. But it is just my opinion.
- The fee is very cheap- 30 bahts for consultation; 50 bahts for service charge; and varies for medication. I paid less than ...
... roasted sweet potato, poached quail eggs, spring rolls, a cup of sweetcorn, various roasted meats on sticks, some peanut brittle, and a skewer of mushrooms wrapped in bacon, all washed down with fresh fruit juice. Life is good!
The next day we put all that train station cooking class research to good use by doing a full day class with Basil Cookery. It was a bit of a slow start to the day as we drove around trying to find the 8 ...
... and the Dhamma, the Buddhist teachings. The White Temple was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat, another famous Thai visual artist. The artists are still working on the completion of the temple. We took even more pictures and there were many more Chinese tourists at this location than the Black House. Chiang Rai is a smaller city than Chiang Mai and felt more authentic as a typical Northern Thai city. Tourism and ex-pats have not taken over the culture of the city.
We arrived in Chang Rai absolutely knackered after a pretty horrible bus journey at about 1pm. We got to our hotel which was nice and clean, dropped our stuff off and went straight back out for food. The city wasn't what we were expecting at all, we thought it would be old and pretty with temples everywhere instead of busy and shabby. We walked for ages trying to find somewhere until we found a small place with an amazing curry noodle soup with pickle and ...