Bungalows Guesthouse

105 / Bumrungrat Road , Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 105 / Bumrungrat Road , Chiang Mai, is near Sunday Market, Hilltribe Villages, The Best Thai Cookery School, and Mae Ping River.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Temples, markets, food, massage and elephants!

    A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Jul 25, 2014

    ... making a curry which included making the curry paste, using the pestle and mortar. I made yellow curry. Next it was a soup, i made Tom Yam with shrimps, then a stir fry dish, and I made the famous Phad Thai. We then all sat around the table and ate! A crazy amount of food - that's 3 main meals each and we devoured the lot, as well as sampling the other dishes. The Phad Thai was my favorite.
    We were all in abit of a food coma by this point, and ...

    Chiang Mai, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jun 10, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    Back in Chiang Mai for a week for relaxing before life begins again in Kuala Lumpur. There is something I really like about Chiang Mai and I've decided if I had to move to an Asian city this would be it. It's the second largest city in Thailand but feels a bit like Perth in its relative sleepiness but like Melbourne in the way locals are proud of their city, friendly and have a lot of culture to offer. But soooo much to do!!! You could holiday here three or four times and ...

    Having a S-E-Asia

    A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Jun 07, 2014

    42 photos

    Hi all

    So we've had our very pleasant week off and enjoyed every minute! We've done a lot of none important things like eat sausage & mash for tea that sort of thing but I'll talk you through the important stuff! Best to start with most important which would be onward travel. We've booked a slow boat for travel into Laos and the city of Luang Prabang. It's a days travel by mini-bus to the border, get a visa, overnight in a hotel then ...

    Meeting my Mind

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Apr 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... every bad decision and embarrassing moment as you go. Luckily the centre does give us a guide; he is 'Teacher' or our monk mentor as I prefer to call him. During his morning lesson on the meditation he artfully weaves in well researched psychological concepts with often wonderfully acted stories of past pupils successes and failures. Less artful is his English pronunciation. And this makes it hard to remain 'in the moment' while he falls entertainingly ...

    Elephant Walk

    A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Feb 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... were mountain water cold. The cold shower lead to shrill gasps heard by all and those of us waiting our turn had a good laugh. The toilets were simple throns with a tub of water beside and hand pail to wipe and flush. The food was prepared by our guide and we eat ravenously. Tom entertained the group of 17 with his contemporary songs and taught some of the guides and group in our tour some chords. I sang a couple ...