Kangsadarn Resort

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

    Day full of activities!

    A travel blog entry by ashleyreid on Sep 03, 2014

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    This morning I woke up feeling refreshed and ready to start my day. My breakfast was a beautiful buffet. I was impressed that near the buffet table the chefs were cooking and would make eggs exactly how guests want them. This morning I had poached eggs.

    After breakfast I walked around the pool area, which overlooked over the rice patties nearby. The rice patties are normally seen in the little villages and are a ...

    A funny afternoon...for me anyway!

    A travel blog entry by lorenhine on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... so cheap (about £2) where I would have a back and shoulder and he could enjoy a nice head and shoulder. Hmm, it didn't go quite to plan. So we were both taken upstairs to the same room where we were given these white tops to wear. I explained about relaxing massage so they told me to take it off again. I was enjoying a nice relaxing massage until I heard a few grunts of pain from Steve. I turned round ...

    Travel blog. Entry 14. Chiang Mai and Pai

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jul 03, 2014

    1 comment, 82 photos

    Chiang Mai is a large town known for being the gateway to trekking in the mountainous north. The town has a distinctly ex-pat vibe with an equal number of western bars and restaurants as Thai establishments. It has been an active couple of weeks spent predominantly on two wheels or two feet. One of the main attractions in Chiang Mai is the temple atop Doi (mountain) Suthep. The tourist map tells you to reach the temple by Tuk Tuk or songthaew and there was very little/no ...

    A day of firsts!

    A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on May 30, 2014

    ... are not allowed to cook in them? Also, I realized Thais never eat cheese, apparently most Thais are lactose intolerant (Craig, you would fit in great)! Enough of that tangent... After picking up our bananas, our tour guide got us an "easy Thai breakfast". This consisted of sticky rice with custard (this dish is native to Chiang Mai and I do have to say it was pretty good)! I cannot really describe the taste of it, it is not like anything I have ever ...

    On the road

    A travel blog entry by whereisvix on Apr 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... I'm led to believe and judging by experience of Thai public transport so far. I'm too excited to sleep! I am totally in love with long distance train travel - a good thing with my plans for the Trans-Mongolian railway in the summer. I'm not really sure why, given my last experience of an overnight train resulted in me sleeping in a coffin-sized luggage compartment on the way to Mumbai after a dodgy ticket inspector on the train sold our berths before we got on!