Chiangkhong Hotel

68/1 Chiangkhong-Chiangsean Road, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai, 57140, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 68/1 Chiangkhong-Chiangsean Road, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Day 45 - Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Jun 07, 2014

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... silver designs added, surrounded by a canal and green grass. It was completely different from any other temple we'd seen (they're all usually red and gold) which made an interesting change. It turns out that the white temple is a private temple, built by an artist using money he raised from selling paintings and it was built only 18 years ago. There aren't any monks that live in this temple so it appears to have been built solely for ...

Saying Goodbye To Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by melindan on Apr 08, 2014

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... glasses all night. I have liked my Thai teachers since I met them, but I never took the opportunity to get to know them outside of work. Thai people tend to be shy about speaking English, but that night at the
Night Bazaar, we found the cure: liquid courage. We spent the night drinking, talking, laughing and even crying. One piece of advice I would give anyone teaching abroad: go out with your ...

Exploring Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by melody24 on Feb 25, 2014

... which were more interesting. The best part was the children. They were shy at first, which I understood because they see a lot of volunteers come in and out but they warmed up to me, especially the younger ones who like to play games and watch movies on your computer. We would take them to the park or on outings occasionally and that was always fun. I loved going into Chiang Rai city. It seemed a little dirty and crowded at first but once I got used to it, ...

Royal Lessons

A travel blog entry by kay.stewart.22 on Jan 26, 2014

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... the gardens. She hired the local people to plant and maintain the gardens, which created a sustainable form of income and also provided them with the knowledge to grow and sell their own plants and create businesses. These gardens were absolutely amazing. There were so many different kinds of flowers, and not a leaf was out of place. In the center of the grounds was a statue that she built to represent the cycle of continuity to symbolize that to succeed we ...

Lie for a while with your ear against the earth

A travel blog entry by melindan on Jan 20, 2014

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... country, but it's experiences like this when I remember how far I've come (literally and figuratively) from where I was a year ago (Plus, the entire weekend cost me less than 30 US dollars). Even though things may not seem so out-of-the ordinary right now, I've become more aware of the uniqueness of my days, knowing that one day I'll look back on these memories and say things like, "One time I slept in a bamboo hut on the side of a mountain."


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