Tareerat Court

Address: 104 Jamthevi Rd., T. Maimuang, A. Muang, Lamphun, 51000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 104 Jamthevi Rd., T. Maimuang, A. Muang, Lamphun.
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Travel Blogs from Lamphun

New Year

A travel blog entry by tezandcath on Jan 02, 2015

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... massage oil. Needless to say, we came away smelling like a box of chocolates. Dinner was at an apparently very famous fried chicken place. I think my stomach had decided that having chilli for breakfast wasn't the best idea, so it had started to rebel. Consequently, I limited my dinner to sticky rice and one small piece of chicken but the others cleared the table with Terry making several comments about how great the food ...

Rest Day

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 04, 2014

... her yard with. It was fun finding the concrete underneath the overgrown grass and being able to make a definable border for her patio. I swept a bunch of leaves off the concrete as well. All in all I think I worked outside for maybe an hour and a half or so - not too long. It was pretty hot out even though I was in partial shade for most of the time.

After that I was pretty sweaty so I took a shower. For once I couldn't get the ...

Adventures in Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Sep 16, 2014

... as Bangkok and it would be nice but nothing so special. I was wrong. My favourite day was when I took a tour which cost 1000 baht but included a trip to an orchid and butterfly farm which was small but nice, a trip to see the long neck tribe. Here I was in 2 minds - I discussed with my fellow tour goers whether this tradition was horrible - it is enforced upon children and very painful for th 1st 5 years - women also cannot leave the home or were we wrong to ...

Thailand - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 02, 2014

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... but it was quite a tasty dish. Once each of us finished his/her lunch we were ready to start our famous trek. We were supposed to walk for 3 hours. We didnīt check the time even once but it definitely didnīt feel like 3 hours. I mean some people were seriously dying because the first part was quite steep. It was necessary to stop every 10 minutes and draw a breath. Our guide was very cute and he tried to make the trek more entertaining by making different things out of ...

The long-neck women of the Karen Hilltop Tribe!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 16, 2014

2 comments, 52 photos

... people on a more personal manner and to experience how they lived.

If you’re interested in learning a little bit more on the history on this tribe, this is what I found out. According to records at the “Museum of Karen History and Culture”, the Karen tribe migrated to South East Asia around 112 BC.

Later in the 17th ...

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