Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel

Address: 184 Changklan Road, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near Patara Elephant Farm, Night Bazaar, National Elephant Institute, and Wat Ku Tao.
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      Sunday in Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 09, 2014

      ... door that can be locked together, and then inside is a very large sliding screen door (think garage door size and that's about right). While we're at home, we mostly leave the front door open with the screen door closed to get the breezes but keep out the mosquitoes.

      There are newts/little lizards that run around all the time. One of them likes to hang out on the outside of the screen in the window in the bathroom by the shower. I would ...

      Day 58 day 4 of Asia trip Chaing Mai 2 Chaing Kong

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Oct 30, 2014

      ... a tiger. We have 15 minutes in each enclosure with the small aged between 5-10 months whilst the large are aged between 16-36 months. In the big enclosure we meet a massive animal aged 17 years we are informed which contradicts the brochure. We were both concerned that this would be a tourist attraction and whilst it is, it is also a massive conservation project with around 50 tigers visible including a few white and Siberian tigers. As we have 2 hours to spare me and stu decide on ...

      Helping Elephants!

      A travel blog entry by ashleyreid on Sep 05, 2014

      2 photos

      ... live natural lives of northern Thailand.

      I learned that Chiang Mai is famous for its traditional elephant keeping communities but some elephants have been abused because their keepers want money from tourists. Elephants remember everything and many of them had been raised by humans all their lives, so have terrible trauma about abuse.

      All the volunteers learn about elephant behaviour and contribute directly to the elephants' lives. I spent the ...

      Day 2 in Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Jun 23, 2014

      11 photos

      ... being back in Brecon. Once we'd been to the highest point we headed down the mountain to some pagodas which were dedicated to the King and Queen. Unfortunately as we were at 2000m, we were still stuck in the mist so couldn't see very much. Heading further down the weather improved and the sun was blazing as we reached our first waterfall. Lunch was at a restaurant near the first waterfall. It consisted of Tom ...

      Chang Mai

      A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell on Mar 21, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... below)... We then went for breakfast and went exploring around the town to get our bearings - saw a few temples along the way! There are monks everywhere and when locals walk past them they drop to their knees and start praying to them. You are not allowed to point your feet at them or look them in the face - I got a strange look from a monk when I gave him a thumbs up without realising!! We booked our elephant rides for Sunday and ...