Amora Resort Tapae Chiangmai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmora Resort Tapae Chiangmai Chiang Mai
I have stayed a several times at this hotel while I was working as a tourleader. It's a nice and clean accomodation in the centre of Chiang Mai but not anything really special to stay at if you prefer to spend money on a hotel.
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... get the watch elephants be elephants from twenty feet away, not chains or fences to "keep us safe." Lek met us out there and spent some time with the elephants. She sat under them and gave each of us an opportunity to sit next to her for a photo-op. Later in the evening she shared that the motivation for this was a teaching moment for the older mahuts (elephant trainers) to observe that the elephants were harmless to new people because they meant no harm to ...
... guesthouse, there was the Thai owners and a couple of their friends sat outside. They invited us to join them and even gave us some food and beer. Most could speak English so we were able to chat and talk about the different cultures. They couldn't believe that we were only 19 and they said that Thai families wouldn't let their children travel at that age, yet they start drinking at around 13 or 14. It was a nice end to a nice ...
... where they can spend their days as free as possible. The land belonging to the accompanying foundation (Save The Elephant) is quite big, something around 250 acres, which include other animals such as dogs, parrots, buffalos. But the main animal is the elephant. Currently there are 39 elephants. The foundation often buys back animals that are mistreated, are old, handicapped etc. Mostly these are elephants who worked in logging and in the tourism industry such ...
... who make it a point to look good.
And just about everything looks good in Thailand. The people, scenery, temples, hotels, restaurants (beyond the stalls anyway). It really stands out. This is a country where image is everything. People don't throw trash in the street like they do in India and Nepal. It helps that there are plenty of wastebaskets and that they get ...
... walking street. Most of us were pretty tired by this point, but with the help of a little American ice cream pick-me-up we were all a little more energized. It was a beautiful night! The sky was clear as always and the temperature was almost perfect. I spent the last of my Thai Baht on a few last souvenirs (as I was told this would be our last shopping trip... I remain a little suspicious ;) and I had a nice time exploring with some of ...