Palm Garden Hotel

375/1 Moo.19 T.Robvieng , Chiang Rai, 57000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 375/1 Moo.19 T.Robvieng , Chiang Rai, is near Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, Doi Tung, Hill Tribe Museum, and Doi Thung - Mae Fah Luang flower garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

    A friend for life

    A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... surroundings where we came across a local guy. He had blood all down his top, we never clarified why come to think of it. He was a university lecturer for civil engineering, me and Will sat with this guy for hours, he kept ordering drinks for us. He said some lovely stuff that got very emotional in the end for everyone about friendship. He kept asking us questions and we compared ...

    Black & White

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... up on the news (Malaysian Flight, Russian presence in Ukraine etc). Got ourselves ready to go out and do something today – booked up a speedboat to get us into Laos tomorrow (we have heard it’s pretty scary but it beats a 2 day slow boat!). We then caught a public bus over to the Wat Rong Khun, better known as the White Temple. This is the dream of National Artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat. It was started in the 1990’s and with 7 buildings to construct in ...

    Day 30 - Chiang Rai

    A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 05, 2014

    ... tuk and flew to the bus station! Had to cover my nose a lot as the pollution was pretty bad in the traffic, but I was there in no time as my driver pulled off some pretty fun but hair raising maneuvers haha. It's funny, transport in Thailand is notoriously dangerous, primarily by bus or minivan, there's numerous crashes each year. And I have to say I've been ******** bricks on some of those trips myself, but when it comes to tuk-tuks, the little voice in my head just shouts ...

    Exploitation 2-ways...

    A travel blog entry by andynemz on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... a population of Karen who fled Burma after the second world war when it was gaining its independence and was not particularly tolerant of minority groups. The people had originally lived in the foothills but had settled lower on the plains to be able to run shops selling souvenirs to tourists. There is also a few stores in the same area run by other groups who do not live permanently in the village but stay for a while to sell and move on.We visited a few different villages and in ...

    Thailand Never Sleeps

    A travel blog entry by sarah_curtis on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... admiration for a person (or couple) like this that can take advantage of life’s opportunities. At this point in the trip I was feeling homesick and ready to get back to my comfort zone but after meeting Jill my flame was relit and I was back to the excited, adventurous Sarah that started three weeks ago! How could I let any of these amazing opportunities go unnoticed due to a little bit of homesickness? Home will always be there for me but Thailand will not. After ...