Baan Saen Doi Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

199 / 136 Baan Nai Fun 2 Moo 3 T, Mae Hia, A Muang, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand
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Car and driver

by karenbell

We have 2 days in Chiang Mai mid-November and would like to hire a private car and driver for tours of the area. We are not staying at a hotel, so we cannot get referrals by this method. How does one go about finding a driver?

Re: Car and driver

by SirHalberd

Go to a nearby travel agency. Travel agencies provide organized tours too. Some hotels may also be able to help you.

Lots of travel agencies in major cities like Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket and Chiang Mai.

Re: Car and driver

by pgthompson

As previous poster say's, loads of travel agents in Chiang Mai. Also when you land at the airport you'll be able to organise one there, just remember to haggle with the price.

Enjoy Thailand - I do!

Re: Car and driver

by tahirfazal

take down a number + 6686 1162 074, his name is Mr A, a very reliable and trust worthy person he charged us 900 bhats per day, use to come in the morning take us around all over,,had a excellent knowledge of the city and very trust worthy

best wishes

Re: Car and driver

by Araseliloves2travel

tahirfazal-

I am interested in hiring Mr. A when my boyfriend and I come to Chiang Mai in Feb 2011. Does he have an email. Any other information u could provide me with would be awesome. I love recommendations. Did u use him?

Re: Car and driver

by tahirfazal

his celphone number is + 6686 1162 074, his name is Mr A, i was there with my wife and he was with us for four days,,a wonderful person, well mannared, well informed and well dress, his english is very good and he has a good knowledge of the Chiang mai tourism, i would strongly recommend him, the best would be to give him a call before you go to chiang mai and he will be there to receive you

tahir

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Loy Kratong - A Night of Water & Fire

by yipsufen

Loy Kratong is one of the most beautiful of all Thai celebrations. On the full moon night of the twelth lunar month (November 23-25), the tide in the waterways is the highest and the moon is the brightest. Loy literally mean "to float", while kratong refers to the floating lotus-shaped receptacle. Nationwide, people gather near the water's edge lighting the candles and sticks and silently making a wish. Carefully they place their kratongs in the water watching intently as the float drifts downstream, hoping that the candle will not go out. Its flame is said to signify longetivity and fulfillment of wishes.

As the moon rises on the second night, a procession of beautiful maidens and floats parades through the city of Chiang Mai to the Mae Ping River. Book early for tables at riverside restaurants. It is a romantic night for lovers of all ages.

Things that you'll need in Chiang Mai Provence

by SumTingWong

Pack as light as possible, carry only one bag (backpack is better) and a day pack. If you go trekking you should have waterproof hiking boots, thick socks (you don't want to be bit by many leaches). Also sandals are a must for Chiang Mai City and the local Thai towns. Malaria pills for farangs may be recommended if you go trekking, check it out with your local doctor. Have aspirin, bandages, iodine water purification pills, and a mini medical kit. CAMERA Sturdy and light weight backpack for trekking. Have: mosquito repellent, rain gear if you are here from May to September (Sep. the rainiest), paper, pens, and stickers (for the local kids), long pants for entering wats, and what ever you think is comfortable.

Busy as a bee

by dimanche about Night bazaar

The night bazaar is the perfect place to be from 5 or 6 in the evening up till about 12 midnight...here I am actually at the entrance to the eating place where there are a few stalls selling seafood and other local food. There were so many people I thought it would be quite selfish of me to use a single table so I did not have the chance to sit down and try the food. :(

What a view!!

by Cyd777

Please forgive me, but I don't remember the name of this restaurant. It was a resort with small cabins and lovely walking trails. Nice pool at the top of one of the trails led to a nice swimming pool. We sat on a patio overlooking the beautiful gardens and enjoyed traditional foods.

Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

by Linda_T

The pagoda is symbolic landmark in Chiang Mai. It depicts the progression of Buddhism and of Lanna Thai from past to present.

According to legend, a 14th century monk from Sukhothai found a relic from Buddha, and the Lanna King Keu Naone offered to enshrine the piece. The relic was placed on the back of a white elephant, a sacred symbol. He carried the relic up the mountain, stopped on the site where the temple stands today, and died. The temple was constructed in 1383, with a statue honouring the white elephant inside the front gate.

I took a hotel tour to visit the temple as my original plans had fallen through.

It's a windy road up to the temple, with nice green vegetation.

Admission is 50 baht, which includes a two way tram ticket. We caught the tram up the and walked down the stairs. The admission for walking up is 30 baht.

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