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 Wat Mahawan.
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Chang Mai

A travel blog entry by sidandclaire on Sep 26, 2015

14 photos

... the Americans !!

Then in the evening we went to see the Muay Thai boxing ! Firstly I was delighted as we met a Hungarian bar owner who gave us reduced tickets so I was pleased felt I had a whoopsie then the boxing was great !! We had a great time the bar owner we were sitting in was a very camp man with a boyfriend in Norway ! We were both whoop whooping and betting with each other and the next thing we know we are in front row ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsrowan on Aug 19, 2015

... required for the day (and more!) ...rice, curry paste, oils, veg, salad, fruit, snacks, coffee and more exotic things like crickets, silkworms, deep fried chicken heads, fish heads, octopus tentacles etc. We learn about sticky and jasmine rice, how all curries in Thai cuisine come from 3 basic curries: red, green and yellow. After which we were allowed to walk through the market for 15 min and allowed to photo everything. The journey to the ...

TEN Things I Learned In The Thai Jungle

A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... population by purchasing some bracelets from them. They are quite unique; just my style!

We had a smile macaroni Thai style lunch. We left soon after wards on another long trek to Pa Khao Lam, the next village where we would sleep at for the evening. The walk was much more intense. By this point in the day, the sun had snuck through the gray sky and heated up the Thai jungle just for us! We walked through incredibly steep uphill and downhill terrain. Most people in ...

Chiang Mai Zoo: Thanks to the Venturas!

A travel blog entry by kelnero on May 05, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... carbon offsets (which we purchased at TerraPass) will be used on renewable energy projects that will help ease our carbon contribution from this trip. As we saw each animal at the zoo labeled with "endangered," "critical," "habitat loss," etc. we were comforted a little by our ability to directly support the development of technologies that will help slow the extinction rate of so many species cause by humanity's ecological footprint. So thanks for that :)

From Elephants to Hobbits...

A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on May 03, 2015

24 photos

... was no hint of health and safety and we literally had to run for cover a couple of times as the teenagers started play fighting. We boarded the bus and hats off to Sinead for finding this place. There are others where you can ride on an elephant or see a show but just to be in a place where they are left to do what they want was so much better.We were dropped off half way back to Chiang Mai and picked up by the Tree House pick up in a layby. ...