Baan Sing Kham Resort Chiang Mai

117 / 1 Paton Rd, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand
Baan Sing Kham Resort
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By River to Luang Prabang

by johnbook

We are visiting Thailand and Laos in July, 2010. Is it difficult to negotiate a boat from Chiang Khong to Luang Prabang? 2 day cruises advertised in Australia are a little expensive, aroung $AUD330/person. I was wondering if a travel agent in Chiang Mai could do a boat/accommodation deal over 2 days?

Re: By River to Luang Prabang

by 526683

Go to Huay Xai in Laos (across the river from Chiang Khong) and buy your ticket there. It is a Laos boat! I did it 3 yrs ago don't imagine the price will have gone up that much but forget about the AU$ quote (rip off). Don't get a fast boat unless you have a death wish. 2 days; stops for the night at Pak Beng. Enjoy

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

about chiang mai

by call_me_rhia

chiang mai, the rose of the north... i was expecting beauty everywhere, but i found only noise and traffic. It has its beautiful moments, of course, but generally speaking it is bangkok's little (and uglier) sister. Of my visit there I mostly enjoyed some temples (as usual) and the stunning Doi Suitep just off Chiang Mai. What I did not like were the tourist traps: the snake farms, elephant camps, orchid farms... so unnatural, so uninteresting getting away, I suppose. When I was still there i quite liked the night bazar and enjoyed finding out, after a tuk-tuk crash, that the police and ambulance are very efficient. Very reassuring!

Ta Khlong - traditional Thai game

by SumTingWong

Everyone should try to play Ta Khlong!! Don't worry if you aren't good at it, I'm not. It's a mixture between volleyball, football, and I guess badminton. The rules are simple, you can't use your arms or hands and you have to get the straw ball over the net. It is very unique and a lot of fun. Get involved, you should get a lot of laughs!!

The game is also fun to watch. Some of the good players do all sorts of wacky moves to get that ball over the net. Even seen a spike over the net with a foot? Interesting. foot, straw ball, court, net.

shopping at the night bazaar

by call_me_rhia about night bazaar

I searched andsearched for some nightlife in Chiang Mai.. no, I did not search to much. I had already reached the stage where I had realized that most nightlife is geared at guys, with a preference to sexual tourists. So not much to do fora gal except to go to the night bazzar, looks at the stalls, do some shopping. Nothing too exciting, but the bazaar is huge and can keep one entertained for hours how about...dressed?

Dining along the Ping River

by idy about The Riverside

Travellers may wish to take one evening to dine at one of the lovely establishments clustered along the Ping River on Charoenrat Road. The ambience is relaxed and romantic, and definitely makes the expense worthwhile.

After dinner, take a stroll along the river and enjoy the breeze ...

Elephant Nature Park

by KatherineandJuliet

This fabulous camp is an alternative to the elephant riding, show and entertainment camps. This park is dedicated to giving elephants a more natural environment to live in. The one day visitor can feed and bathe the elephants in the river. In the morning you are picked up at your hotel or house and dropped off in the evening. Visit the web site to make your reservation. This was a wonderful experience that everyone will love. You get to get up close to the elephants and they take food right out of your hand. Much better than riding the elephants, and you receive an education about the harm the training process couses these great animals. You can volunteer to stay more than one day to work at the park.


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