De Naga Hotel

Address: 21 Soi 2, Ratchamanka, Moon Muang Road, T. Pra Sing, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 21 Soi 2, Ratchamanka, Moon Muang Road, T. Pra Sing, Chiang Mai, is near Patara Elephant Farm, Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Panda Tour & Trekking, and Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School.
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          Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

          Soccer balls are universal

          A travel blog entry by katieliza on Jan 25, 2016

          31 photos

          OMG. From 34 degrees yesterday to pouring rain and 9 today. Breakfast outside is not so fun at 9 degrees. Everyone went back to the room to put on more clothes - layers were key. People here were astonished...they have not seen temperatures this cold in 55 years...so most of the young people had never experienced this. We began the morning at …

          Fantasy in white

          A travel blog entry by katieliza on Jan 24, 2016

          28 photos

          Back to early mornings again...just one late start so far lol. Our first stop this morning was Wat Rong Kong - the White temple. Driving up it was like driving into a fantasy land. It is so different it's spectacular. This temple was the vision of a Thai artist who was a devout Buddhist...and he designed the temple on his interpretation of the …

          Chiang Mai - elephants and birthday

          A travel blog entry by bex-edd on Jan 19, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... in Thai. It was a much needed reboot in a lovely location. Proper Thai houses like this are all made of this beautiful teak wood and because of the tradition of removing shoes at the door (bad spirits come in on the floor and feet are seen as very dirty) it was lovely and homey space to wander around in.

          By Thursday we discovered why Chiang Mai is really just a stopping point for getting out into the mountains and jungles. We swapped to a very cheap hostel which although ...