Charcoa Bed and Breakfast

4 Soi 1 Sriphum Rd., Inner The old town, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Nang Nual Restaurant

by NGCH2

I heard that Nang Nual restaurant is one of the best in Chiang Mai for seafood.

Any comments ? Is it expensive ?

How are the menu ?

RE: Nang Nual Restaurant

by missbean

Hi,

I am not sure about Nang Nual Restaurant. But I have one recommendation for seafood near the night bazaar. Chanced upon this place and the price is not expensive. Affordable (at least for Singapore standard). The 4 of us spent 680baht for the following items:

1. Whole Red Snapper Steamed, comes in a heater for keeping the fish warm. (very very fresh and highly recommended for this price.). 250baht
2. Fried crab roll (good!a plate of 5, ~80baht)
3. Spring roll (filled with vermicell.rolls of 4, ~100baht)
4. Tom Yum soup with fish and squid (~120baht)
5. Stir Fry vegetables (80baht)

The restuarant is freq by tourists. Sila-aat Restaurant. Kalare Night Bazaar. Open 2pm to 12pm.

Gd luck!

RE: RE: Nang Nual Restaurant

by georgedowhan

yes one of the best all you can eats for about 100 baht
great food, service and price

did not see much seafood at buffet but if you order from menu will cost more and it will be fresh.

Buffet did have freshly made sushi on site

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Local Clothing

by herzog63

One of the members of our group was talking with a village lady through the interitation of our guide and she showed the dress she was working on. It was very intricate work. It seemed to me that it would take a long time to make one of these by hand. She agreed to pose for a photo.

Visit a local silk factory...

by TravelChick67 about There are many!

It's very interesting to see the process and really doesn't take long. If you like handicrafts and/or fabrics, sewing, don't miss it. Silk clothing and fabrics are the main things to buy but don't feel pressured. You don't have to buy anything.

If you want something but don't want to spend alot of money, buy a small picture frame wrapped in silk as a useful souvenir. Very inexpensive compared to many of the other items and practical. Prices vary alot. If you like it, buy it. They don't really bargain much at these factories. Haggling is for the night market.

A small picture frame will be less than $5US.

Take a songtaew

by trisanna

I mentioned this tip in my Bangkok page. Songtaews are great, especially in Chiang Mai. They are red pick up trucks with covered hood. You can either charter one as a taxi or tell the driver where you are going, ask how much and then jump in the back. Some people just hop on and knock on the glass or roof to signal a stop. Some have stop buttons. This is the cheapest way to get around the city. You can even take these to the elephant camps and Wat Doi Suthep.

True Thai Food

by slasty about The Antique House

Antique house has two locations within Chiang Mai one a short walk from Night Bazaar and the second on the Ping River. The Restaurant near the Night Bazaar is in a traditional Thai House and has a nice garden area. It is all Thai food here and it is not only authentic but delicious. So many local dishes I have not tried before. I will stick with the Curries.

Doi Suthep Temple stairs and entry

by Gili_S

You can walk up the 200 or so stairs to the Doi Suthep Temple or you can take the elevator as well, when you finally get there, don’t forget to get your ticket, you will actually get a small brochure with useful information about the temple.

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 Charcoa Bed and Breakfast

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Address: 4 Soi 1 Sriphum Rd., Inner The old town, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand