Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort & Spa

Address: 388 Moo 4, Ban Mae Salong Nai, Mae Chan, Chiang Rai Province, 57110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 388 Moo 4, Ban Mae Salong Nai, Mae Chan.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Chan

    Northern Thailand motorbike trip - Golden Triangle

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on May 26, 2015

    1 comment, 98 photos

    ... Thai phrases) had a breakfast deal not to be missed - noodle soup, local coffee and fresh pineapple juice, all for just 60 baht! Before leaving Tha Ton we decided to visit the other levels of the temple complex. By coincidence we managed to arrive at 'feeding time' for the huge amount of monks. It was funny seeing them all queue up for their dessert of whipped ice cream. We also saw the 'White Buddha' and 'Golden Buddha' situated on different levels. Back on Rhonda and on the ...

    Going to Youi's home

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Mar 02, 2015

    3 comments, 30 photos

    We headed down the highway and logged Youi's parent’s address into the iPad. Youi is Des’s sister-in-law, married to Donal. Well, the ipad wouldn’t take the address, so we knew Youi’s dad is a police officer, so we logged in his town and Police Station. No problem.

    It was a lovely cool drive on brilliant roads with Barbara and Neville. It felt great to be independent again and Skippy and Tilly were travelling ...

    Our two wheeled adventure to Doi Mae Salong

    A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Jan 27, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    From Chiang Mai we continued our northward journey through Thailand. The bus ride took 3 hours and was a somewhat scenic drive through the highlands. From Chiang Mai northward to the Thai border the landscape changes from relatively flat plains to more mountainous forested/jungle terrain. The city of Chiang Rai itself wasn't necessarily beautiful. Most streets were lined by 1950s-1980s era simple concrete buildings. Aside from the rare temple, it was difficult to see ...

    DIY Motorcycle Diaries

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Oct 13, 2014

    ... English signs, but just keep asking! There is a very high monkey presence with babies playing around your feet. The temple is nestled amongst limestone outcrops and one temple is a short uphill climb up xxx steps to see the usual temple fare of a Buddha, and offerings inside. FISH CAVE - not even sure if this was it! We saw a cave temple that you had to cross a rickety bamboo bridge to get to. We didn't see any fish, but there could have been fish in the waters ...

    Mae Salong

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jul 24, 2014

    30 photos

    We left Mae Sai for Mae Salong & had to change to a songthaew for the second part as the hills are too steep for buses. The songthaews won't leave until they are full, that is, with 8 people on board paying 60 baht each. Otherwise, you can pay for one yourself at 480 baht. We waited for about an hour to see if anyone else turned up & no-one did so we paid our money & were off. At $16 for the two of us we figured it was money well spent. The drive was amazing & the ...