Baan Kaew Guesthouse

Address: Charoen Prathet, Chang Klan, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | Inn
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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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    Day 6 Kanchanaburi to Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by mrandmrsrowan on Aug 15, 2015

    ... right by the BTS. We got one stop then the airport train straight to the airport. We were there early so we had some food before flying to Chiang Mai with Bangkok airways. We took a taxi from Chiang Mai airport to our guesthouse. I was disappointed with the accommodation due to being spoilt in kanchanaburi. However, it was clean and had air con so suitable for us. And only £15 a ...


    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Apr 26, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... at the hostel before going to the market for dinner. At the market we found a fro-yo shop so we all pretty pleased about this, it also had a chalkboard which kept us entertained for a while (mature, we know). For dinner Rach and I had pad thai and Tory had fish noodle soup. We sat by the temple, which looked really pretty all lit up. Back at the hostel as we were all exhausted we watched Pitch Perfect - great way to end a great day. ...

    Wats Up? The Thai Temples of Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 13, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... of steps, you enter the temple precincts. If the day was clear we could have actually seen the city below us, but sadly, in this late period of the dry season in northern Thailand air pollution made this impossible.

    The story behind this temple is great. According to Buddhist midrash, in the 14th century a monk named Sumanathera from the Thai capital of Sukkothai had a dream in which he was told to go to another town where he would find a great relic of ...

    Not a lot.....

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 31, 2015

    1 photo

    ... in French and English after a fashion. The courtyard was full of people eating, maybe 30, a lot of whom seemed to be French. Chunky tables and chairs, red tablecloths, candles, anti-mosquito smoke, and greenery. The place is family run with the grandmother/ matriarch in charge. She must be sixty-ish with the grandfather older and not quite so with it. There were others in the kitchen plus a beautiful and charming six or seven year old,who managed to take down our order given ...

    Last day in Pattaya.

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the King's summer palace. Then to Ayutthaya for two stops at Buddhist temple ruins. At the last site the boys took an elephant ride. At one o'clock we got to a jetty on the riverside, climbed aboard a big boat with two decks and two or three dining areas. The boat pulled away as soon as we had settled down. There wasn't enough room at one table for the thirteen of us. No matter, we had two tables side by side. There wasn't a full complement of diners. Even so there was quite a ...