Ban Sabai Spa Village
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From Bangkok, I took the plane to Chiang Mai. There are flights every hour and easy to get a ticket.
Chiang Mai, the Rose of the North is in the northern part of Thailand, surrounded by mountains and lush countryside, fascinating, very rich in culture. There are about 30 old temples within the walls of Chiang Mai a combination of Burmese, Sri …
... of a song teow used as a taxi. When you compare them, it is easy to see how the gentleman may think the truck was a taxi for hire. After a few miles, Annie and I convinced Billy to pull over and explain that we were not for hire. The next abbreviated conversation spoken in Thai went something like this....
Billy-"What are you doing?"
Thai Man- "I ride with you."
Billy- "Where do you need to go?"
Thai Man- "I go with you."
Billy- "No, I am going home you can't come ...
... mirrored glass. We spent around 40 mins here. We then took a short drive from Chiang Saen to the Golden Triangle. We took a boat trip across the Mekong River to the Laos island of Don Sao. We spent around 30-40 mins in Laos before heading back to Thailand. Once back in Thailand, The tour proceeded to Mae Sai. This is the Thai border town with Myanmar (Burma) where we spent some time at the bustling border market. We ...
... karma, the idea to stay clean is instilled at a young age. The boxing teaches the young boys to defend themselves. The abbott, himself, used to be a professional boxer. After his friend passed away, he began contemplating the existential questions of life. One day as he was walking through the hills, he got attacked by a group of 40 men in the midst of smuggling opium across the border. Because he was trained in this skill, he was able to defend himself and live. After ...
... deal with but not being able to move my right arm is starting to get frustrating and meant that I had to cancel my 2 day trek and overnight stay at the elephant sanctuary, which I was not happy about. Luckily they gave me my money back and I used it to spend my last night in Chiang Mai in a 5 star hotel. As the days go on and the pain seemingly gets worse I'm finding that my main pastime has now become moping and feeling sorry for myself. Must snap out of it! Anyhoo, despite this ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBan Sabai Spa Village Chiang Mai
The location is quiet, the rooms are quite big, very clean. The restaurant is small and unknown but food is superb, taste absolutely delicious! The only thing I cant forget is losing my new pair of earrings in the room but they are not that expensive. In general, I enjoyed my stay.
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