Rungkiat Chokchai

Address: Moo 5, Tumbon Mae Ngon, Amphur Fang, Chiang Mai, 50320, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Moo 5, Tumbon Mae Ngon, Amphur Fang, Chiang Mai.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Bangkok - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by irisinasia on Oct 14, 2015

... Going somewhere on your own in a culture that is completely new to you can be a little bit scary at first. You can’t read the signs, you don’t know the way, there are people everywhere but unfortunately most of them do not speak English. I had to take a public transport and a boat to get to the temple of Wat Pho, and because I didn’t know the way I asked someone where to get the boat, and that is how I ended up on the tourist boat instead of the local boat. The ...

Elephants research demo and Mahout Training

A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jun 22, 2015

2 comments, 36 photos

... doing their very last research demo that exactly morning we were scheduled to take the Mahout (pronounced: Ma-hoot) Training. The word Mahout is Thai for elephant trainer and more on the later. First the research demo. Hunter picked us up at our hotel at 7am in order to guide us the behind the scenes of the luxury Anatara Resort which houses and supports the elephant camp along with all of the 16 elephants, mahouts, the mahout wives ...

Ch Ch Ch Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Jun 21, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... we stopped at an ancient buddhist temple built over 700 years ago. Unlike Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, this place did not have all the flair and spectacle. He showed us where the buddhist monks lived, which were little huts about 8x6 feet. We then drove back to a mall that was close by the hotel. We walked around for about an hour before seeing “Jurassic World.” Interestingly, before the movie played, the theater played a song which was a tribute to the king and ...

Friendliness, Nature and Rolling in the mud

A travel blog entry by greetadventures on Apr 29, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... further protection, the elephants like to cover themselves with mud. Next to the water hole is the mud hole. We were instructed to get in the mud hole and covers ourselves with mud to protect ourselves from the flies. Seemed to be a normal request! Then they led the elephants into the mud hole. We then had to scoop up the mud and put it on the elephants and then rub it over the skin. By the time we had finished this we were not the cleanest people in Thailand, so a ...


A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Mar 01, 2015

26 photos

... around 11 the sun started to get warm and we were able to take of some layers. The roads brought us through beautiful sceneries with at first rice fields and than we went up and into the mountains again where there were trees with gorgeous flowers and we ended up at Doi Tung with a stupa and a temple with monks that were organizing a festivity. We found a little restaurant where had lunch and a break. Than we had to take a smaller road direction Mai ...