Chiang Saen River Hill Hotel

714 Moo 3 Tambol Viang, Chiang Saen, 57150, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 714 Moo 3 Tambol Viang, Chiang Saen, is near Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, Chiang Mai Night Safari, Wat Umong, and Rose Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Saen

Day 1: Chiang Khong to Chiang Saen (75k)

A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 01, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

First day cycling! I left Chiang Khong at 8am by the time I got everything ready, and promptly missed the turnoff which I quickly turned back after the road started to look a little unlikely, and some locals pointed me back in the right direction. I made mental note to always help lost looking tourists when I'm back in Wellington. I followed the Mekong ...

Hear no evil, speak no evil,see no evil

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 25, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

The introduction today has little to do with our day - it is merely a thinly veiled excuse to post the photo! Now that's out of the way I can continue! I suppose that getting lost is par for the course in Chiang Mai. On every corner you see young backpackers studying a map of the city with a look of total bewilderment. Nonetheless we sallied forth on our matching yellow scooters. After several laps of the inner moat and a complete failure to come to grips with the one ...

Children's home, private hospital, farewell party

A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand on Jan 28, 2014

20 photos

... a slideshow of pictures. We also had a picture slideshow, sang Bless the Lord, and taught them the cha cha slide. There was a lot of dancing as well. At one point Kelly and I started a congo line and had them weaving all over creation haha. And this would not be a proper farewell party without gifts and sharing feelings. Some of the ajons gave us small gifts and we presented a picture of our group framed to the staff and faculty members at the school. My one buddy ...

Exchanging Cultures

A travel blog entry by kay.stewart.22 on Jan 16, 2014

... exchange aspect of the trip. The Thai students opened with a beautiful dance I know I could never learn, but absolutely loved to watch. We got to learn some Thai and then it was our turn to present. Kelly and Abby put together an awesome PowerPoint , and we finished up the presentation by teaching them cotton eyed joe, the cupid shuffle and one or two Messiah soccer chants. We did the chant ...

Lanterns and Tigers and Elephants, Chiang Mai!

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Dec 30, 2013

7 comments, 46 photos

... of fruit, and we stood on a low balcony attached to the main building feeding the elephants that wandered up, by placing the fruit on the end of their trunk. I was amazed by how graceful and dainty they are, and they have the prettiest markings on their ears. We then spent the rest of the morning walking around the park with our guide, Dew, meeting the other elephants. Some you could approach, and others it was best to give a wide berth - they hold their ears still to signal ...