Jolly Suites & Spa Hotel

1421 Soi Ratchada, Thaphra 13 Rim Thang Rod Fai Rd, Bangkok, Thailand
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chiang mai

by maheshkumarpara

how to go to chiang mai, which is the best cheapest flights to chiang mai and wht would be the cost of tickets, and which hotels would be good to stay , please friends if you all could help as i am leaving on 4th july

Re: chiang mai

by balhannah

I flew with Air Asia, they were cheap. If you "google" air asia you can check current prices.
Hotels, don't know what price range, I stayed at the 3sis which was excellent. Click on my name above my photo to take you to my travel pages, have more info on my chiang mai page.

Re: chiang mai

by SirHalberd

You can even take a bus which is pretty cheap or take an overnight sleeper train if you want. If you want the sleeper go right now to the train station and get the ticker for the sleeper.

Re: chiang mai

by SirHalberd

Google check will also give you some advice on "how to get to Chiang Mai!"

If you need a hotel recommendation mention your price range, use a baht figure!

Good luck.

Re: chiang mai

by pgthompson

It would help if you had let people know where you're from!! How do you expect the cost of air fares when we don't know where you're from?

Re: chiang mai

by maheshkumarpara

friends im from india, and prices in bahts i want to enquire, and thank you all very much for all your kind information

Re: chiang mai

by Richard.GVA

I personally would take a VIP bus (very coimfortable in Thailand), that will cost you about THB 600 one-way, often including a lunchbox.


Re: chiang mai

by SirHalberd

"friends im from india, and prices in bahts i want to enquire, and thank you all very much for all your kind information...."


How much per night do you want to spend on a hotel room in Chiang Mai?

Is this place too expensive or do you want a more expensive place?

Montri Hotel. Close to internet shops, restaurants, Seven Eleven type stores, cooking school, travel agencies for tours. You can walk to the night market from this place. Flea market every day or two right across from the hotel at the Thapae Gate.

Or this place:

Good luck.

Re: chiang mai

by zhernfai

If you're looking for flights, there's that let you search cheap air tickets to Thai destinations.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Visiting School!

by anantara

This is the school I'm going to right now. It is called Chulalongkorn Univ., being at the center of the city. It has a beautiful campus and its canteen is quite good! You can have a plate of Thai food at less than 20 baht!! My favorite is window #5. Try "Khao nyao muu", which is sticky rice with grilled pork..

Fighting fishes.....

by kylian74

Somewhat like a kind of game or a kind of vices in Thailand. This are small fishes in individual bottles, they cover it on each side because thai people believe the fishes will see each other and will start fighting as enemies.

River of Kings Part 4

by Audrey118

The picture shows puppets. They were quite extraordinary puppets - a cross between the traditional Japanese buraku puppets and modern puppets you see in sporting events.
For thee Japanese buraku puppets, puppeteer stands behind it and control
while the modern ones, aperosn gets into the puppet and wore long stilts.

These puppets also wore Thai costumes!!!

It's always good to know some...

by myrk

It's always good to know some words in language which they speak in the country you are going too... so if you are going to Thailand, try to learn some of them:
SAWADDI - good morning;
SAWADDI KRAP - good bye (men);
SAWADDI KHA - good bye (women);
CHAI - yes;
MAI - no;
KHOPKUN - thank you;
KHO THOT - sorry;
KARUNA /PROT - please;
DEE - good /ok;
CHAN MAI KAO CHAI - i don't understand;
KHUNG TONG KAN TAO RAI? - how much does it cost?;
BIA - beer;
CHA YEN MANAO - ice tee with limon;
KAFAE DAM - black coffee;
NAAM YEN - water with ice;
KAI - chicken;
PLAH - fish;
KHAI - egg;
KHAO - rice.

Packing List

by xaver

Nothing, fly light, you will find anything inexpensive here!
I really mean this, with less than 80 dollars you will be able to buy a backpack and to make it full of tshirts and other stuffs you may need.


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