Lana Thai Villa

Address: 502 Moo 1 Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road, Chiang Mai, 50180, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 502 Moo 1 Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road, Chiang Mai, is near Chiang Mai Monkey Centre, Chiang Dao Elephant Training Center, and Thai Buffalo Training Camp.
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        Activities

        • Spa
        • Tennis Court
        • Outdoor pool
        • Kids pool
        • Heated pool
        • Adult pool
        • Bar/lounge
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Golf Course
         

        TravelPod Member ReviewsLana Thai Villa Chiang Mai

        Reviewed by tiffanyfish

        Lovely guesthouse, close to everything you need

        Reviewed Apr 27, 2011
        by (7 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        We loved this place, close to the night market and great food, great tours and we cannot wait to come back

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Lana Thai Villa Chiang Mai

        5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
         

        Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

        Cooking up a treat (Rating: 9/10)

        A travel blog entry by harrisonhough on Jan 25, 2017

        21 photos

        We woke up after a great nights sleep in a comfy bed at the fancy new hotel. We took full advantage of the free breakfast and took an uber to our first stop of the day - Wat Umong. Wat Umong translates as Temple of Tunnels and was built between 15-16th century ad. It comprises a series of brick tunnels with various shrines to Buddha at the end of …

        Temple Exploring in Chiang Mai (Rating: 7/10)

        A travel blog entry by harrisonhough on Jan 23, 2017

        10 photos

        Today is temple day so we set off walking into the city centre down narrow lanes, streets with market stalls, food stands and broken pavements. The old city is a square with a big moat and the ruins of the city wall surrounding it. Most of the temples and ancient monuments lie in the old square. Our first stop was Wat Phra Sing temple which is …

        Rain, rain, go away

        A travel blog entry by lony77 on Oct 11, 2015

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... bags as more and more people piled in. We had no idea how to ask for our stop so I had to keep a close eye out for the police station which was just before the temple which was our stop. Success! We rang the bell for the driver to pull over and clambered over all of the people packing the back of the truck, laughing as we tried to squeeze out with our luggage. After paying the driver and waving a merry goodbye to our fellow passengers, we made our way ...

        A much needed weekend in Chiang Mai

        A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Jun 28, 2015

        3 comments, 13 photos

        ... the city for lunch followed by the 3D Museum. We head off to Sompet Market a short stroll from Panda for the most amazing Pad Thai I think I’ve had since arriving (OMG I thai love food!). We then meet up with Nikki (another GVI staff member) and her Mum (who lives in Thailand) and head off to Arts in Paradise (3D Museum). I wasn’t expecting too much from the museum, but I am very quickly taken aback. The museum is made of massive paintings on the walls and floors ...

        Easy day in Chiang Mai

        A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 31, 2015

        12 photos

        ... dropped off to the hostel last night. So, we talked for a while over coffee. She is on an opened ended trip, and planning to go on until the money lasts. She is 24. I have no idea why Indians don't do this. Why are we in a rush all the time? Rush to finish education, then to start a job, and so on. We really need to learn to take it easy with life. At the end of it all, one year here are there don't really matter, do they? Plus, traveling like this ...