Muang Kued Village Homestay

104 Moo 1 Ban Muang Kued, T. Kued Chanag, Chiang Mai, 50150, Thailand | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

Thursday breakfast in Thailand

A travel blog entry by g2lumi


... expert in the group (I knew drinking coffee black would pay off someday!), David made my espresso half price in exchange for my honest opinion about the brew. I didn't sugarcoat it - it was fantastic. Richly chocolately with almost zero acidic or citrus bite, it was clear how much time he'd spent perfecting the bean selection. I wish it were the end of my trip so I could bring a couple bags home! If you're ever traveling through Chiang Mai, you HAVE to go stop ...

Chiang Mai Adventures

A travel blog entry by edandkate


... each and every one! Our only option was to go with the best price on offer and wave goodbye to those quoting mad numbers. Taxis 1 : Ed & Kate 0. The flight to Chiang Mai (C.M.) was less than an hour so we were there in no time. A short (regulated) taxi ride had us at the guest house and checked in for early afternoon. We spent a couple of hours in a cafe sifting through a mountain of flyers we'd picked up on our walk into town and decided we'd spend two ...

Friendly Giants

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... not use hooks when tourists are around because tourists don't like the hooks, but they would certainly use them once the tourists leave. Our trainer said that the hook is more of a deterrent these days as once they're used on the elephants when they're young, they tend not to act out since the hooks can be quite uncomfortable. We were also told the hooks are used to direct the elephants when people ride them, but using them in the ...

Elephants, Food and Temples Oh My!

A travel blog entry by erikellie

... pad sew ew (stir fried noodles too), thai iced teas and mango sticky rice for 8$! This was essentially the theme for Thailand: find pad thai, mango sticky rice, mango smoothies, massamun (curry) and pad see ew. THE FOOD WAS INCREDIBLE. We really do have great thai food at home but it's just dirt cheap here! Needless to say we took a cooking class on our 2nd day in Chiang Mai. (The first day we spent wandering around, visiting temples, the touristy night bazaar, and making ...

Back to BKK

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... Thursday the three of us met up at the Plaza Mall. His girlfriend Amy's father and Grandfather had passed away within a day. She is unaware and he has to break the news on her arrival. Hes cancelled his course at Tacompai, booked a nice hotel and booked her flight. lots of love to both of you mate.

We saw him off and decided we'd try the cinema, pictures if you're from Merseyside, fliks if your a dick. The cinema is kind of a big deal in Thailand, more ...


This ranch, located on 104 Moo 1 Ban Muang Kued, T. Kued Chanag, Chiang Mai, is near Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Chiang Man, Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders, and Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Centre.
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