Address: 107 Tumbol Wiang, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai, 571401, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 107 Tumbol Wiang, Chiangkhong, Chiang Rai.
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Road trip from Chaing Mai to Chiang Rai!

A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Mar 25, 2015

16 photos

... again to guide us into Chiang Rai, at 7pm some 5h30 and 200km later. We didn't spend long sussing out the town or being picky with hotels, so picked a cheap one and made do with that, dumping our stuff before enjoying a large helping of pork crackling and chicken with cashew nuts, yum! We mustered up enough energy to wander the night markets which were quite cool, where we bought a top each and Nat bought some new studs, before we called it a ...

Trekking in the jungle & bamboo cooking 25/1-28/1

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Jan 25, 2015

29 photos

... and I'd spent the day researching trekking companies. It's harder than you might expect as most companies include part of the trek by elephant which we of course would avoid at all costs. Others are very exploitive to the hill tribe villagers and others are just 100%25 touristy. We went to book the one we could find that avoided all of these things and booked it for the following day. We were collected from our hostel and joined the others in our trekking group, ...

The edge of the world

A travel blog entry by peterandtina on Jan 24, 2015

10 photos

Being the responsible travelers we are, we arrived at the bus station a good 15 minutes before the time we were told to be there to purchase our tickets to Phu Chi Fa. It's an out of the way place so only 1-2 mini busses go there from the Chiang Rai bus station a day. As our luck seems to be, it was sold out. We stood there frustrated trying to decide what to do next. Taking the bus the following day for an overnight stay wasn't a good option because ...

Queen Mother's Home and My Home

A travel blog entry by faitheisenberg on Jan 18, 2015

5 photos

... mountain down a very curvy, car-sick road. The ajan joked with me that the road only had two curves: left and right.

On our drive back, we stopped quickly at a tea farm. Here they grow tea leaves and pick them by hand to sell. Although I don’t like tea, I tried some there and I even ventured to try green tea ice cream. It wasn’t too bad once you got over the fact that it was slightly bitter. From there, we continued the rest of the way ...

Chiang Rai Adventures: Part 1

A travel blog entry by gthang on Dec 27, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... ponds with swans, sunflower fields, trees with star fruit ready for the pickin’, fields of flowers and hills with majestic mountains in the backdrop. Before heading back we decided to make a pit stop at the restaurant on the hill for a refreshing beverage. We mixed our bubbly water with a bottle of oolong tea grown on the property then returned to our bikes for our journey back to the red barn. Since we were a bit pressed for time we had the staff at the bike rental ...