Baan Phak Naha

Address: Moo 5, Tumbon Mae Ngon, Amphur Fang, Chiang Mai, 50320, Thailand | Inn
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This inn, located on Moo 5, Tumbon Mae Ngon, Amphur Fang, Chiang Mai, is near Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Panda Tour & Trekking, Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, and Sinativa Spa Club.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Jun 30, 2015

20 photos

... trainers command. Everyone is having a great time and of course it is not long before the trainers and staff start throwing water over us. Obviously we start splashing back as you are never too old for a water fight! After this we make our way over to the giant mud pit. They send the elephants in in groups of two and three to make it a bit safer. Then we are encouraged to cover the elephants in the mud to cool them down and protect them from insects. Of course ...

Last day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 02, 2015

7 photos

Today was my last day in Chiang Mai, and in northern Thailand. So, as I went around for a walk in the evening around the city and the night bazaar, I was reflecting on my stay in Thailand. I feel that my entries (feel because I have no really reread them) over the past week or so have been a lot of about not meeting people in Bangkok and then about meeting people. So, I feel like I have been obsessing a little too much, since I came to ...

Arrival in Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on May 10, 2015

62 photos

... relaxing house music on the last hour of the trip into Chiang Mai. (Odesza - Sun models). We finally arrived to Chiang Mai! 0800. We arrived in Chiang Mai nice and early and walked out the train station into the city. We were attacked by multiple taxi drivers all asking us where we were going. They wanted 50 baht pp to take us to the old city. That's 100 baht ($3) for about 1 mile drive. That may seem cheap, but for here that's a lot of money. ...

Chapter 32 - "No Die In Jungle"

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 28, 2015

1 comment, 61 photos

... I thought that would be the case when I booked the seat). Instead travelling in first class means sharing a compartment rather than an open bed carriage.

As Bangkok is known for its heavy traffic, I gave myself plenty of time to get to the main station however this back fired on me as I didn't get stuck in a traffic jam once and reached the station 5 hours early! I passed the time by finishing book 2 of "A Game of Thrones" (the target I set myself of finishing the ...

Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Feb 21, 2015

40 photos

... is a city with tiny cracked sidewalks, motorbikes everywhere and buildings that range from concrete monstrosities to humble, wooden shops. The streets are colourful and busy, the food is good and the nightlife is crazy. Another Thai city sadly overwhelmed with tourism, most of the restaurants offer English menus and little patience. There is an ancient city wall that surrounds the old town, which is in turn surrounded by canals.

There ...