Wiang Fa

Address: 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang, 52100, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang.
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Travel Blogs from Lampang

Elephants and Thai homestay

A travel blog entry by deniseminardi on Apr 23, 2015

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... to their natural habitat as possible and are made safe to be around humans through positive reinforcement. They do not perform tricks or entertain visitors and people pay 5000 Baht (200 CDN) / week to live on site and care for the elephants. We spent about 3 hours interacting with about 20 different elephants, including bathing one of them. We also had a ...

Living Like the Villagers

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 20, 2015

33 photos

... completed and it looked like it was made into a home. This year the building was transformed into a cute little noodle shop. The small 3-sided building by the temple used to be where the community tea pot was housed. There was a fire stove and a large pot of tea & herbs. This is where the villagers would come to drink tea from the community ladle. This was to be for good health. Now the building is a store. Decorated with mums and other decorations. It was ...

Spinning at the reservoir and bowling

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Jan 03, 2015

3 photos

... store where we filled up and ate. The owner of the shop told us that we had to go back the way we came to get to the reservoir. After riding around the site for a while, we found a decent spot and saw a couple of dead fish- one was quite big so Paul decided to have a go at spinning. For those of you that don't know; you cast out as usual with a lure and wind it back hoping a ...

Noddy and Bob's Thai hill-tribe adventure

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 04, 2014

115 photos

... and the middle two nights spent sleeping in two different hill-tribe villages in the mountains near Chiang Dao, about a two to three-hour drive northwest of Chiang Mai, towards the Thai-Burmese border. I had only just arrived in Chiang Mai the previous evening by a cheap domestic flight from Bangkok... I chose to fly as I had run out of time to take the long nine-hour bus ride, oh what a shame...! So my first night in Chiang Mai, I stayed in a cheaper, but fantastic, hotel just north ...

A cool day

A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 65 photos

... We all got on and it sunk, so they had to put extra bamboo sticks on to keep it afloat, 5 on our raft and 7 on theirs and ours was bigger! We floated about for a bit having a chat before coming to some small rapids. That was great fun. After a few hours we got to a few huts where we jumped into some white water rafts and tackled some proper rapids. Me and Will were at the front of out raft, we got soaked but were laughing the entire time. We even had to mount a rescue to ...