S.V. Place

277 Maesai-Chiangsaen Rd., Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai, 57150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 277 Maesai-Chiangsaen Rd., Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Chilling along the Mekong

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Jul 31, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... of croissants with fillings such as chocolate and ham as well as bakeries selling cake including chocolate muffins!

Our room had been described as basic but both Anthony and I had stayed in much more 'basic' accommodation before from Anthony's camping in a rainforest in Venezuela to my home-stays and hostels across Malaysian Borneo. We were therefore more than happy with a clean double bed, fan, air conditioning (A/C), energy saving light bulbs and ...

Hello From Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by sarahstanley on Jul 08, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

Sawadeeka! (Hello) We arrived to Chiang Rai, Thailand a couple of days ago which is located in Northern Thailand. Eleven of us students were picked up by a driver and taken to the Maekok Foundation where we will be spending out first two weeks! So far, I am in Love. The first night we got here we met all the kiddos and headed to the local hot springs for a swim. The Maekok Foundation is a place that takes kids in who need ...

Stop over

A travel blog entry by katysugden on May 13, 2014

We only stayed here the one night as a stop over before Chiang Mai. We got here in the afternoon and there wasn't a great deal to do, but there was a pool. We got so excited as none of us had seen a pool in so long, so we all dived in and swam for a bit. Our hotel room actually looked like ...

Cruising the Mekong

A travel blog entry by whereisvix on Apr 30, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... by cutting out time in Vang Vieng. I've decided that if I struggle to get a job when I go back home, Plan B is definitely to come back out, maybe volunteer, maybe teach English (a Canadian guy I met teaching in Chiang Mai said that Masters degrees are very well considered here), maybe teach some yoga. I think it would be pretty awesome! Right now, I feel more relaxed than I have done for ages; the real world seems a long way away. My heart is smiling tonight - I hope yours is ...

Luang Prabang to Chiang Mai by bus

A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Apr 23, 2014

... and the journey would take 24-26 hours, less if we were lucky.

We bought tickets for 350,000 kip each (with allocated seats) plus 10,000 drop off to the south bus station. Our tuk tuk driver was on time and we smoothly checked-in at the station terminal. If you want to save some money you can buy the tickets at the station for 310K.

The bus left on time and the journey started very well but as typical for Asia we did ...

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