Mercure Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
It was 2006 in Chiangmai, Thailand's second largest city. Incidentally the trip was booked as Airasia has just launched the first KL-Chiangmai route Paid RM$143.00/each for the flight which I thought was reaconable. MAS airlines did not have any direct flights then and even now .....
The elephant ride was part of a day tour we booked for $ …
15/7 & 16/7 in Chiang Mai
We've been in Chaing Mai for 3 days now. It was a definite struggle getting here. We travelled on the day train which was sceduled to leave Bangkok at 8.30am and arrive here at 20.30pm, and which should have been a long but comfortable enough journey in Soft Seat class. There was an anouncement at about 8.15 saying that the train would be delayed …
Another day another mode of transport. We got the bus back to Bangkok and then flew to Chang Mai the capital of the north. On arrival we went to the night bazzar and shopped til we droppped! The next morning after a much needed lie in, in a Novotel hotel we went to a temple/monastry. After looking around we went to see the monks who we chatted to …
At 10 AM we receieve a sharp knock on the door from Noah, who asks if we want breakfast. Awwww! Of course we do! We're just silly tired farangs who forgot to set an alarm. So we roll out of bed, enjoy our noodles and eggs and fruit and such, and then get around to packing. By noon we're ready to check out and hit the long road to Chiang Mai; Noah …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking