Naam Waan

Address: 364/3 Tha Ton, Tambol Tha Ton, Amphur Mae Ai, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 364/3 Tha Ton, Tambol Tha Ton, Amphur Mae Ai, Chiang Mai.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Baan Chang elephant Park

A travel blog entry by on Oct 15, 2014

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... towards the pond. Just as we do so we see an elephant dropping Canon poops into the water. That Instantly make you second guess stepping into the water!! The elephant beside Mina was rolling around in the pond like a dog. It must've nudged her because she got that from lying on her side and started walking about. Within seconds the mahout had jumped on her back and was controlling her. We were trying to get a photo bathing Mina but she wasn't cooperating. then all of the other ...

Chiang Mai to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Oct 08, 2014

... until 9pm, luckily we met a couple of nice Deutsch girls to pass the time. The complimentary water, biscuits, blanket and wifi helped the miscommunication of times! It was only about £9 also! Whilst waiting for the bus, we witnessed lots of lanterns in the sky in celebration of Buddha Day as they'd been in 1 specific temple for 3 months and were moving onto the next! Some of the lanterns had fireworks attached, it was really ...

Thailand - SE Asia's hot spot - Part 1

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jun 28, 2014

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... after our "wash day" we decided to walk to Long Beach to hit up a good snorkelling spot we were told about; Shark Point. Visibility in the water wasn't the best but we did happen to see a small Spotted Eel, many clown fish and a 2m black tip reef shark. The current in the area was so strong that it was alarming. In some areas we tried swimming as hard as we could against the current, but we had no chance. We had to change our direction of swimming twice to make it back to shore ...

Thailand - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 02, 2014

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... information indicating that the conflict was over. Local people obviously claimed that foreigners weren't allowed to travel by land. Nonetheless, Burmese are hardly ever provided with fresh news. The backpackers from Bagan (Jonathan and Jason) got to know a French guy who had crossed from Mae Sai to Tachileik a couple of days before they met him and he confirmed that he got trapped in Keng Tung and had to fly from there to Heho.

Is the border crossing between Myanmar ...

Handicraft village

A travel blog entry by trashtreasures on May 28, 2014

... In Chiang Mai we have visited the Sankhampeng Hot Springs. During our desk research at home (Holland) we discovered these suposed to be beautiful Hot Springs. The pictures were very nice and the parc had a lot to offer. Unfortunately on our arrival we already saw it was a little bit different then what we had seen on the pictures. The overall area was dilapidated and there were no tourists at all, which we ...