Central River House Resort

482 Moo 4, Mae Kok Road, Chiang Rai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 482 Moo 4, Mae Kok Road, Chiang Rai.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Central River House Resort Chiang Rai

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Unforgettable experience at IHF Chiang Rai center

A travel blog entry by yuxuan.zhu.0522 on Jul 25, 2014

... together with love and care. From my past two years of experience in volunteering in Youth Volunteer Association in University of Science and Technology Beijing, it generates happiness for both others and me at the same time. Bringing love and warmth to acquaintances is the best way to help us seek brightness out of the dark and give us strength to overcome difficulties throughout our lives.

Being a volunteer is not new for me; but ...

Chiang Rai Overview

A travel blog entry by boyandgirlmeets on Mar 09, 2014

... knocking items off the shelves. (All I wanted was some shampoo). We were a while out of the main town, (which really wasn’t much) and no Tuk-Tuk driver has heard of our hotel, so we struggled to even get home for a good nights sleep! The trip; I guess some might enjoy it. Me? I didn’t. The White Temple, The Monkey Cave & The Golden Triangle were my highlights; ...

A Temple a Day keeps the Doctor Away

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Feb 09, 2014

4 comments, 15 photos

... record speed. Mike gave him a huge ($1) tip just for getting us back alive. It felt like a bonus when we finally pulled up. Did a small bit of shopping for baggy pants to protect from the mosquitos on the river. Will be back to Bangkok at the end of the tour.

The group is an eclectic bunch. There is, on one hand, a young single fellow withe a thick Birmingham accent and on the other end a retired dermatologist who likes a beer and has a ...

Chiang Rai - Hill Tribe Immersion (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 08, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... felt like they had accepted us into the tribe by that point. I wish I could have stayed there for a year. Saturday morning was also sad, because not only did I have to say goodbye to Akhamama, but also to the dogs! (A fun note: one night, I got up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and Chacha (one of the small dogs) followed me all the way into the stall! I think she might be afraid of the dark - or maybe she just wanted a friend.) Em drove Kan, Sandra, Lisa ...

Not Noble by Birth, Yet Noble by Deeds

A travel blog entry by dmauger on Jan 26, 2014

23 photos

... to change it. One major difference obviously is that King Bhumibol started on top and helped those at the bottom where Che Guevara had to revolutionize (unfortunately through violence) his way to the top. Personally I think that King Bhumibol is a better role model.

Both King Bhumibol and his mother are considered great heroes. His mother has a particularly special story, coming from a poor family to be the King's mother. Not noble by birth, yet noble by ...