Naga Hill Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsNaga Hill Resort Chiang Rai
Definitely recommend to backpackers. Ao hin kok is a much nicer beach than had saekaw as not as populated yet only separated by some rocks. Staff were great at Naga and a cool Muay Thai ring accross the road that you can battle your mates in. Winner gets a free bucket!
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... than enough to collect our bags and re-check in for the 2nd flight. However the first flight was delayed for 1 hour meaning we were pushing it to make the second flight. Whilst Maninder joined the check in queue Rich waited for the bags and then ran across the airport to join Maninder.
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... hidden in the image. Despite, and perhaps because of all that, it was definitely the most memorable temple we’ve seen.
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