Nature Lodge

Address: 260 Moo 1, Baan Thungdang, Chiang Mai, 50190, Thailand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 260 Moo 1, Baan Thungdang, Chiang Mai, is near Chatuchak Market, Ko Sichang, Ko Kret, and Thailand Segway Tours.
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    • Restaurant
    • Bar/lounge


    • Smoking rooms available
    • Beverage Selection
    • Kitchenette
    • Free parking


    • Suites


    • Shuttle bus service
    • Continental Breakfast

    TripAdvisor Reviews Nature Lodge Chiang Mai

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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