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

Morning City and Temple Tour

A travel blog entry by muzoconnor on Sep 28, 2015

10 photos

... the oldest being damaged last year in an earthquake. Three school girls approached us asking if a photo could be taken with us for their English school project, they were lovely and grateful.

We then were taken to a Silk Factory which would have to be the highlight of the day it was amazing to see the whole process of getting the silk from the cocoon to dying ...

Relaxation Day

A travel blog entry by eliseswanson on Aug 23, 2015

16 photos

Today was our last day in Chiang Mai. I can't believe how fast this vacation is going by!! We decided not to plan a whole lot for the day so we could relax and enjoy everything the hotel had to offer. In the morning we all enjoyed a fresh cooked-to-order breakfast that the hotel prepared for us, along with some homegrown exotic fruits. Then the six of us decided that we wanted to try out the beautiful hotel pool for a bit, and we were lucky enough to ...

TEN Things I Learned In The Thai Jungle

A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... floating down the river in one of these? The rafts are maneuvered by using a long thin bamboo stick. Normally two or three people on a raft will help direct it down the river without hitting rocks. Did I mention that they stand while doing this? It kind of reminded me of paddle boarding. Obviously, were not native Pa Khao Lam-ins (is that correct?). Our experience consistent of a lot of slipping, hitting the rocks head on with our rafts, even tipping our rafts. However, ...

Chiang Mai Thailand is still Magical

A travel blog entry by erinanded on May 04, 2015

39 photos

... so much delicious food.  Our favorite was the fresh mushroom soup that is made right before your eyes.  We shared this and many other treats; gyoza, rice pops, rice noodle veggie wraps, brown rice cookie and more.  We look forward to eating a huge salted fish stuffed with lemon grass next week:)  However, there is a Saturday Market too. As well as a daily market across the moat from us where we have delighted the woman ...

Last day in Chiang Mai...

A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on May 02, 2015

8 photos

... and with imported butter, manages to create stunning UK style pies.We chatted over dinner and learnt how he's lived all over the world and is moving next week to a new wooden house restaurant that he'd bought for 100k Baht (about 2 grand GBP!)We got a fantastic tut tut back to the hotel. We clung on as he weaved in and out of traffic. I really will miss the freedom and sense of adventure that comes with everyday things in Thailand.