Baan Kaew Guesthouse

Address: Charoen Prathet, Chang Klan, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Charoen Prathet, Chang Klan, Chiang Mai, is near Night Bazaar, National Elephant Institute, Wat Ku Tao, and Roong Aroon Hot Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Shopping in Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 05, 2015

    14 photos

    ... one was the same as the palace in Luang Prabang, though I still don't fully understand the whole plot! A few of the standout temples were Wat Phan Tao, Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Pra Sing: the first was nice for the display of gold flags that were in every spare section of grass, and a handcrafted Buddha at the peak of a bamboo walkway. Chedi Luang, located right in the centre, is the focal point of exploring temples. Within its grounds were lavishly ...

    Land of magnificent elephants!

    A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jun 28, 2015

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... gorgeous creatures were, of course Asian elephants. My elephant for the day was named Ruby. She was 30 years old, sweet, cute ( if an elephant can be cute---they can!) and I rode her bareback (which is the humane way---only one person to one elephant) and best of bests, I gave her a bath in the river for which she rewarded me my splashing me mightily. Ruby had an appetite of, well, an elephant---I ...

    Harry doesn't quite fall off a rowdy elephant

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 30, 2015

    5 photos

    ... elephant sidled up to the platform, but as I attempted to board, board, mount, climb on, get on, whatever one does to begin riding an elephant, the elephant became restless and moved away from the platform. Fortunately, or for the sake of comedy, unfortunately, there was no hilarious straddling; I remained firmly on the platform. Our guide explained that our elephant was scared of the bigger elegant behind it. So our elephant was a weedy little wuss. Eventually the elephant ...

    Black banana

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Mar 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... how the bananas here don't go black as fast as ones back home because they stay on the stem, feeding off from it and thereby staying healthily ripe longer. Lija said on the ships that transport bananas, if they see one banana go black, they will throw the whole stem (with 40-50 bananas attached to them) out into the ocean because the blackness is contagious. So that's how I got the nickname Black Banana, in the fondest sense. I told them I have also been ...

    Cultural experiences in Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Jan 23, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... spring rolls, chicken sate, hot and sour prawn soup (creamy), and panang curry. Jonah was also pretty happy that I learned to make banana pancakes for dessert, which are his favourite and he is constantly asking me to make them back home. Surprisingly the food we made was the best food we have tasted in Thailand. We have the recipe book and are looking forward to cooking Thai food for our family and friends when we come home! We spent many nights walking through various night ...