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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmarin Resort Chiang Rai
Bright 'villa' rooms. Large and white. Fridge,tea& coffee making facility. Shower hot. Pleasant place to stay. Lots of places to eat dinner nearby.
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Same same breakfast. Shared a taxi to the White Temple with a young Chinese girl.(B170). Unable to go inside-mixed reasons given as to why closed. Lots of tourists. Bought silver thing (B30) Coffee stop on roof top. Young man painting - bought purse (B20). Taxi driver called his friend who arrived with his wife.Taxi - managed to negotiate meter …
Picked up at 9.30am by Tik for our 'Cook Thai Yourself' day. Drove to the local market and bought shrimp,chicken,pineapple,coconut milk ( made while we watched),straw mushrooms, onions,given some sunflower seeds,tried avocado and red apple,sesame rice,sesame sugar. Also saw ants eggs for sale and all parts of various animals. Stopped the car on the …
Breakfast fine. Mixed omelette cooked when arrived. Self serve toast etc. Fresh papaya. Pleasantly warm - not unbearably hot. Went for a walk. Briefly stopped to look in a small gallery.Stopped for coffee at Pangkhon Coffee. Iced latte and chocolate cake (no where near as good as Fon's!). Walked a little further to the Hilltribe Museum and …
... where it had ended up after numerous conquests over the centuries. We had seen the original, which is thought to be from Sri Lanka, in Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok some years ago.
We then suggested we skip the visit to the market, since we had taken up so much time at the art gallery!, and went straight to the Hill Tribe museum. As we had been up to the visit the Hill Tribes the previous day we wondered how much we would get out of ...
... them up the quickest (until it burst), to 'prove' how tough the condoms were. Following lunch we hoped on the bus again and continued to Chiang Rai, with an another stop off at a privately owned temple that had been specially set up to appeal to the younger generation. The outside was all white, with depictions of different aspects of the religion, including heaven and hell. Inside the building there was depictions of more current events and children's characters to ...