Maekok River Village Resort

Address: Chotana, Thaton, Chiang Mai Province, 50280, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on Chotana, Thaton.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMaekok River Village Resort Thaton

    Reviewed by joanknab

    This was a tropical paradise on earth!

    Reviewed Oct 4, 2012
    by (22 reviews) Glenwood Springs , United States Flag of United States

    We would highly recommend this resort. Every attention to detail was made. The grounds were beautiful, the service was superb, the food was marvelous, the owners and staff so genuine and helpful. Yet it felt so much like old Thailand all around you - the gentle fog around the hills and mountains, the gently flowing Maekok River at your door, the stillness and silence of small town Thaton, yet the call from the Wats in the hills made the experience almost otherworldly and magical.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Maekok River Village Resort Thaton

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Thaton

    From the Sublime to the Bizarre

    A travel blog entry by boldboomer on Apr 30, 2015

    15 photos

    ... icons such as the Wolverine, Freddy Krueger, Yoda, etc. My reaction, "Huh? Why?". Adjacent to the temple is an art gallery featuring the work of Chalermchai who continues to paint and construct the temple.

    On the other side of the city is the brainchild of Thailand's national artist, Thawan Duchanee, who passed away in 2014. As a rather sinister counterpoint to the White Temple, The Black Museum or Baan Dum, is a collection of quasi ...

    Goofing around Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Nov 18, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... yet since there is more garage laying about, you see them into the garbage more and seem less kept. Back at the complex where we were staying, we found a cute little massage place still open. They had us come in and gave us outfits to change into before coming out to wash our feet before the massage. The feet washing was not new, but the outfits were new. And when we came out to see we were dressed as twins! The massage was great and I can see this being a regular before bed thing for ...

    Helping Elephants

    A travel blog entry by cody.cavanagh on Sep 05, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Thai food all together as a welcoming dinner party around a fire.

    The second day was the biggest out of all of the days of volunteering. I got to have a taste of all the volunteer jobs such as feeding the elephants, doing simple DNA testings, engaging with the calves and their mothers and documenting elephant behaviours. It was really interesting. The best activity I did would have to be riding ...

    Day 30 - Chiang Rai

    A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 05, 2014

    ... and the more crazy overtakes and tight manouvers the better! they're fun, I'm never really scared on a tuk-tuk, you don't ever hear about them crashing either, maybe they do I don't know? you definitely wouldn't want to be hit by something in one though, I think the most fun I had in one was last time in Bangkok in 2008 when we had a guy pull off full scale wheelies at every green light! the front end actually lifts right in the air lol, great fun! I reckon I'd like to ...

    Yes I am in Siam =D

    A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on Nov 02, 2009

    15 photos

    ... the office and a living room, with a TV and desk with Gary’s laptop. In a previous life, Gary was a furniture salesman and an interior contractor, and he has designed the whole place with extreme care and precision. The two main areas of the house are at right angles to one another, and between them is the land’s focal point – a simple but bright, blue swimming pool and a sala, a Thai building often used for eating in – simply a ...