Gold Dragon Inn

13/4 Bansantikeeree, Maefa Luang, Chiang Rai, 57240, Thailand | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

The suckiest hotel that's ever sucked

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe


... next door had outstanding prices and service. Over diner i decided to leave this hotel, complain and get a refund and go elsewhere. I went to the reception and asked to speak to the manager, an older woman approached and i let her know my dissatisfaction with the pool and internet. She offered a refund minus 500b for the time i spend there, i agreed and went up to quickly pack and head out.

I headed back to the bus station to find a tuk for the ride. ...

The Ups and Downs of Volunteering

A travel blog entry by melody24

... or break out into a hilarious dance while listening to fun, pop music that I can't understand the words to at all but can pretty easily figure out the meaning. When the children are at school during the week, I take time to do my online work. It's 4 hours a day for four different online teams, mostly just getting the word out about IHF. We all pitch in at the center too, cleaning and cooking. The center is surrounded by lush, ...

Chiang Rai white temple

A travel blog entry by johnnykibble86

... temple was really cool and had loads of bizarre statues and pieces. I knew I was sgoing to love it when I saw a statue of the predator half stuck in the ground and a concrete head of batman hanging from a tree. Not quite a religious temple. Wat I hear you say.
As you walk along over the bridge (beneath a moat full of coi) there are hundreds of hands and arms reaching out like you ...

De Huuuug Hotel

A travel blog entry by lucifrost


... of jade before it was struck by lightening and cracked in half to reveal the Buddha in the centre. The Thai people took this as a divine sign and moved the much visited statue of the Buddha to safekeeping in a temple in Bangkok. After a whole day of walking we returned in the afternoon for a rest and catch up on necessary chores such as laundry before coming out for an early dinner and another walk around the night bazaar.

Chiang Rai isn't too noisy so we have enjoyed ...

Day 5 of our Northern Thailand Tour

A travel blog entry by tobirgits


... that the brass rings protect the women from tiger bites. But actually the practice of wearing them helps maintain individual and tribal indentity. Rings worn on arms and legs may weigh a women down with an additional 30 pounds of brass. Since leg coils hamper walking. The women waddle. Constraines from Drinking in the usal head-back position , a ring wearer leans forward to sip through a straw. And the voices of wearer, sounds as if they were speaking up the ...


This hotel, located on 13/4 Bansantikeeree, Maefa Luang, Chiang Rai, is near Doi Tung, Hill Tribe Museum, Doi Thung - Mae Fah Luang flower garden, and Mae Salong (Santikhiri).
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