Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort & Spa Mae Chan
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... to advance will win in the end". A humble temple stood in amongst the forest near the top of the mountain, with a modest stupa a few steps above. Being almost the only people there, it was a very peaceful and tranquil experience. We stood for a few minutes by the stupa listening to the wind chimes and taking in the astonishing view. Chiang Dao cave complex (located just five minutes down the road) is home to more than twelve kilometres of tunnels, some you can explore on your ...
... us a drink of spirits which we both tried. Neville liked it but it was pretty strong. I added a monetary gift to their bowl as a thank you for being able to share part of the celebration.
Back down the hill in the bike and we were on our way again. We arrived in Taschilek, our guides did the paperwork for the Burma side, we said goodbye and before we knew it we were on our wayback to Thailand.
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 ...
... is quite an honor. The owner of the hotel is Pi Jip's cousin. She speaks excellent English. She is a teacher of Thai language and is helping me with some of my tones. I told her I would "like" her FB page and write a review on our stay through Trip Advisor.
Well, once again it is a late night. We need to get on the road early in the morning so I am going to close the blog for now. I will write again tomorrow when we are back in Chiang mai. Sweet dreams and good night.
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 ...