Ban Sabai Spa Village
How has this spa rated in the past?
Photos of Ban Sabai Spa Village
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Ban Sabai Spa Village Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... adult wearing a helmet but a child around 5 was
not, that did not make sense to me..
Something that is VERY different from the United States is
you must bring your own toilet paper to the hospital. None of the bathrooms
have toilet paper even the staff bathroom?!?! How crazy is that!! Good thing I did
not have to go today or I would have been up poop creek.
Lastly, I cannot wait for American food!! Plain chicken ...
After getting back to my hostel about 1230 or 100, I was the first person back to my dorm so I figured I would go ahead and pack my day sack for tomorrow so I don't have to do it early in the morning while my dorm mates are still sleeping. So I pulled out my booking email for the Elephant Nature Park and started rereading it. I had forgotten the part about emailing confirmation of your booking 48 hours in advance else it will be cancelled and your deposit lost. Oh ****. ...
... cats. On advice that the big cat had a long, long wait, Rhiannon chose the smallest and the 'medium'. It was a good choice. Jan and I both chose walking around tickets, but when we got over to the mediums, with no waiting, they kept insisting that I go in to take the pictures. Then the guy encouraged me to pet the tigers, too. There were four in there. Sometimes I just couldn't believe we were INSIDE a cage with FOUR LARGE ...
After disembarking the train at Chang Mai, Avery was to meet with a man named Mr. King and go to his house for the day/evening where she would be preparing to go on an elephant trekking tour for 3 days. Justin and I were to wait at the station for our WWOOFing (willing to work on organic farms) chicken farmers to pick us up. It might be the end of the road between Avery and us when it comes to being travel partners since J and I will be at the farm for a ...
... about when it's done. Weird. There are lots of soldiers present here. No guns. Only canteens and ropes. I guess they will quarter you if you get out of line. We buy ourselves some trinkets. This market is too cheap to even barter. I buy a necklace for $1 and a jade elephant for $3. I want everything! Cody buys a poster and eats some street sushi. "Cody kah, you will see that sooner than you'd like to" we say. We wander for an hour or so then head to one of ...