Chiang Mai Night Safari Resort

Chiang Mai, Thailand | 1 star ranch
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Chang Mai

A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell


I swear each day keeps getting better and better... Today we went to Bunchang elephant camp, which is a elephant rescue camp so the elephants are treated extremely well - the best on Chang Mai!! We got picked up at 8.30 and drove 45 minutes to the conservation centre! It was in the middle of no where but there were still stalls at the side of the roads where the locals would be selling fruit and water. It was a beautiful camp and first of all we ...

Wats, Tigers and more Pampering

A travel blog entry by smittee


... increase the tiger population through captive breeding as the tigers have been born in captive and fed a special diet of milk and chicken; they tend to be less aggressive than tigers in the wild and adult tigers were very calm. Tourists pay a considerable amount of money to spend around 10-15 minutes with them which goes towards welfare and facilities for the tigers

I took a walk around and I had coconut juice, coffee`s, I was pleased that the tigers were ...

Across Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai and Pai

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour


... to burn off our lunch) and went to the Saturday Night Walking Street, which was a huge night market. It was so busy that you basically shuffled along with the crowd but we did manage to pick up a few things, including some more food to keep us topped up!

The next day we decided to head to Pai which is a small town in the north that a lot of people recommended to us. The journey was interesting, it is famous in Thailand for having ...

A Brush with Utopia

A travel blog entry by e.m.damelio


... is not your average town, although their situation might be far more common here than what we might discover in the United States. They are nearly completely self-sustaining, although this appears to be increasingly difficult as tourism has begun to flood this quaint village. Even so, they choose to power their village entirely with hydroelectricity from the river that runs directly through their settlement. Whatever electricity they do not ...

Thai Cooking Class

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop


Today Pi Jip took us to an organic vegetable market across from Chiang Mai University. Everything was freshly picked and so cheap. To eat organically in the States is very expensive. Not here. I was really surprised. A lot of the organic farms are projects sponsored by Chiang Mai University or the King.

When we got back from the market we had breakfast. At 10 am the Thai buddies joined us for our cooking class. Maew taught the students how to make Som Tom, Pad Thai, ...


This 1 star ranch, located in Chiang Mai, is near Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, Chiang Mai Night Safari, Wat Umong, and Rose Garden.
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