Kangsadarn Resort

Address: 192 Moo1, Pongyang Nai Village, Maerim, Chiang Mai, 50180, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 192 Moo1, Pongyang Nai Village, Maerim, Chiang Mai, is near Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

We Wish You A Merry Christmas...

A travel blog entry by jb-hania on Dec 24, 2014

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... się mocno w wodzie tak aby dotknąć dna, będzie w stanie biec, co jest szybsze niż pływanie. Świetnie dla niego, jednak dla nas oznaczało to zniknięcie słonia oraz bycie zanurzonymi po talię w wodzie, wyglądając przy tym jak dwie małe kaczki wyprzedzające inne słonie. Dzień zakończyliśmy nakarmieniem słoni świeżą trawą.

Nasz ostatni dzień ...

When in Chang Mai

A travel blog entry by ryancmorris89 on Nov 12, 2014

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After another night bus we arrived in sunny Chang Mai in the north of Thailand, and following a quick McDonald's and tuk-tuk ride we checked ourselves into a guesthouse near the centre. By a happy coincidence the last double room was taken and we ended up with the air-conditioned dorm room all to ourselves. Having not tasted the sweet relief of AC out here yet we felt like we were living in luxury. Later that day the lovely man/lady owner of the hotel invited me to ...

Welcome to the jungle

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Nov 11, 2014

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... Alice needn't have packed her phone charger. We were picked up in a truck by our tour guide who went only by the letter K. Our first stop of the day was an elephant camp - something I've written about in my next blog post. After that we stocked up on water and snacks from a local market and then it was time to begin the hike. What K hadn't mentioned was that we wouldn't be seeing our truck again until we'd trekked ...

Climb every mountain (except Doi Inthanon)

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 07, 2014

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... larger than average rock. Sirithan is genuinely impressive though, despite my newfound waterfall cynicism. From there, I begin an hour and a half winding drive to the summit. Close to the top of the hill, I pull in at the twin chedis - two spires towering over opposite ends of a beautifully maintained English garden. Apparently the chedis are dedicated to the royal family, with the Queen's painted in delicate lilac and the King's in more masculine ...

Chiang Mai - again

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Sep 27, 2014

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... place the food in the correct place for them to shovel in. It was great fun and it was amazing how rough and tough elephant trunk skin is. Next was bathing them... well they were eating at the river and we threw water on them... I am not sure whether they were just putting up with us throwing water so that they could get more food, or whether they enjoyed it. One elephant enjoyed the water so much it took itself off and had a proper swim away from everyone else. That is ...