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 (21 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.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Maekok River Village Resort Thaton

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Thaton

      Chiang rai

      A travel blog entry by holchelventures on Oct 21, 2014

      10 photos

      ... of the evening woo!! We headed back to the hotel hoping to not Be hungover for the next morning. We woke bright and early as we wanted to travel down to Laos but both felt delicate so headed over to the pool for some chill time. After few hours letting the hangovers ease off we packed our bags and headed to the bus station, grabbed some lunch and boarded our bus to Chiang kong to cross the boarder into ...

      Something fishy

      A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on Apr 29, 2014

      9 photos

      ... were clutching at both brakes as if our very lives depended on them and they probably did. Undaunted we finally we reached the giant white Buddha that dominates the town. Snarling, starving temple dogs surrounded us but Franki hooted and they skulked away. In the evening in an outdoor restaurant overlooking the Mae Kok River we were the only diners in an outdoor restaurant big enough for three hundred and we felt it only right to order the river fish caught that very ...

      The Ups and Downs of Volunteering

      A travel blog entry by melody24 on Feb 02, 2014

      ... and our neighbors are all very friendly. Walking up the hills is a great way to take a break from the work of the day. But when you go for a walk, you have to be prepared to smile! It is a beautiful, peaceful place and very welcoming to outsiders.The location of the center makes up for a lot of the issues that come with volunteering for an NGO. But growing up in the woods and on the beach, I`m easily excited by jungle and hills. The ...

      White or Black?

      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Dec 12, 2013

      5 photos

      ... food at the temple, it's very cheap and tasty, it costs 8 for six of us.
      A car from the hotel is ferrying us around today and waiting for us, so we pile back into the car and make out way to the Black Museum.

      The Black Museum was started 35 years ago and belongs to the national artist Thawan Dachanee. It contains eerie things like bones, snake skins, horns and skeletons. They are housed in lots ...

      Death Hike and travelling to Chiang Rai

      A travel blog entry by lucifrost on Nov 24, 2013

      8 photos

      Unfortunately the next day I was coerced into doing the one hour each way hike through the forest to the waterfall. We set off with a couple of cokes for blood sugar and made our way across a very shaky bridge to the other side of the river which ran past our cabin.

      The walk seemed ok at first but very quickly turned steep and wound deeper into the jungle. Not really one for strenuous activity, I started to get ...