Chiang Mai White House

18 Samlan Road, Chiang Mai 50200, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Chiang Mai White House

by maltschu

In Chiang Mai, the best vaule for the money I found was at the Chiang Mai White House. Just inside the walled city, they have spotless rooms all with attached hot water shower, some have air con and cable TV for 350B!
350B ($9US) for air con w/cable
250B ($6US) for fan room Clean spacious rooms with air con (a must in the rain/humid season) and cable TV priced well below what you'd pay for comprable amenities. If you get a room on the top floor you will have great views of the walled city of Chiang Mai, and some interesting chedis.

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Mae Ping River CruiseMae Ping River Cruise

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Hotel Recommendation for a Reunion

by GuptaUS

Greetings!
We are planning to have a re-union in Chiang Mai from December 18-21, 2008 in Chiang Mai. Roughly 30 rooms for 50 people. Looking for clean, airy, cheerful hotel. Price range $75-125/night.

People are in the 50-60 years of age.

Would appreciate some recommendations.
Regards,
SKG

Re: Hotel Recommendation for a Reunion

by bobdim

I would recommend the Centara Duangtawan hotel, which is situated very close to the night market and has plenty of bars and restaurants nearby. It has about 20 floors and offers good views of the city and surrounding areas. The staff are pleasant and the buffet breakfast caters for most tastes. Cost per night is around $50 per room, not per person, if you book on-line. I would recommend using Agado, which also gives points, which can be converted to cash discounts on future bookings. What is more, this hotel is below your budget. They also have large rooms which I am sure could be booked for a private function. I always stay there.

Re: Hotel Recommendation for a Reunion

by keszzz

There's a +340 room, Le Meridien Hotel at the main Night Bazaar intersection, which is scheduled to open in APRIL.

I KNOW they are currently training their staff, and I'm sure by your December dates, ALL the bugs will be worked out, and it truly will be one of Chiang Mai’s better 5-star hotel.

I also know it is on the Le Meridien's website, but I don't know what the rates will be in the high-season.

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NOTE: If I was arranging reservations for 30 rooms, I would be looking for a 'GROUP RATE', and would be dealing ONLY with the Sales Department of whichever hotel I decided to go with.


best of luck,
jon

Re: Hotel Recommendation for a Reunion

by sagee

Hi, I saw the other 2 replies...do you know you dont need to spend this much money..but if you want to a hotel for 100 dollars a night would give you something very very nice and exclusive. What are you wanting to do? If you all just want to be together most of the time, relaxing, and have some activity, then I recommend you go to the website, sawadee(dotcom) or asiahotel(dotcom) ....there are some fantastic beautiful thai style bungalow resorts, not far from the city center, that will accomodate you with mini vans into the city and such...this experience would be fantastic and give you the privacy and the true feeling of being in Thai land, as they are filled with floral gardens, birds and cater only to you. If you want to be in the core of chiang mai city, then I recommend you get a hotel for 30 to 40 dollars, this is plenty of money and will be a nice, clean, air conditioned room, in a safe location, however, it will be among the hustle and bustle of the city...I agree, you should go through the sales department for your booking and get a group rate, or meals of some type and transportation included if you pay 100 dollars a day per person. Good luck and enjoy...I live in North thailand in Pai...my name is Sage, I am from Canada

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Trekking (3)

by SumTingWong

To experience some Thai trekking and see and interact with some of Thailand's minority groups a Chiang Mai trek is perfect. I'll have a bunch of tips coming up on trekking with photos. I really recommend this. It is a great way to have some hiking and adventure travel in the green mountains of northern Thailand. Bamboo or rubber rafting was fun as well. Elephant riding is only OK, it is really a cruel practice to the poor elephants and really isn't as good as it may look. Visiting and sleeping in minority camps and villages is a must on any trek (if you have more time go to MeaHongSon, excellent trekking there also).
If you are lucky you may get the chance to participate in some local animist ceremonies. Like completely devouring a pig head (ok...that one was a little tough and gross).

From Airport to Town by Airport Taxi Service

by DarkRay

Update: Metered taxis are slowly being reintroduced into Chiang Mai and it is really cheaper to utilize their service. Typically, the fare for up to a party of 4 to go anywhere downtown is about 80 baht, which makes it only 20 baht per person! Thanks to allthai for this very useful piece of information.

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Chiang Mai International Airport runs an Airport Taxi Service which can take you to most places in Chiang Mai and even the surrounding areas. The fees starts from 120 baht (about US$3) per person, which takes you to anywhere downtown (the old city and the immediate surrounding blocks)

This booking counter can be found at the left end of the airport, when you are facing main exits. When you exit from the arrival hall, just go all the way to the other end, and you should have no problem finding it. Otherwise if you are in doubt, there is always an information counter to ask on your right while making your way to the other end.

For going downtown, the trip will take no longer than 10 minutes.

"Somtam" - Green Papaya Salad

by vigi

Northeastern Thai food is generally of the simple, spicy, peasant variety enjoyed by the inhabitants of this relatively poor region. The most famous dishes include "Somtam" --papaya salad with fish sauce, garlic, chilli peppers, peanuts and puu na field crab added to taste.

Tribal Museum

by Wann

Tribal Museum is an ethnology museum, located on Chotana Road, not so far from central of the city. It is in the area of King Rama IX Lanna Garden. The featuring inside are the indigenous culture of 9 hill tribes including Karen (Kariang), Hmong (Meo), Mien (Yao), Lisu (Liso), Akha (Iko), Lahu (Musoe), Lau,Thin and Khamu including the minority tribe of Malabri, each tribe possesses unique identity, culture, ways of life, beliefs and local wisdom of those tribes, which have been conveyed through artistic objects displayed in the museum.

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Address: 18 Samlan Road, Chiang Mai 50200, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand