Chiangmai S.P. Hotel

7/1 Soi 7 Moonmuang Rd., Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
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Weather

by lorna41

Hi All,
Can someone tell me what the temp should be beginning Feb,and also do we need to pre book accomodation
Thanks

Re: Weather

by keszzz

The Cool Season ends approximately mid-February, with average high temps around +/- 30 degrees Celsius for the first half of the month. The chance of rain is 'slim to none'.

There are literally hundreds of places to stay in Chiang Mai, and you will not need reservations for the lower price guesthouses / hotels.

If you are looking at a mid to high end hotel, I personally would book a hotel in advance if for no other reason, the internet rates are usually better than the walk-in rates.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Hospital

by SumTingWong

If you ever get hurt in northern Thailand you must go to the hospital in Chiang Mai. It is a very good, modern hospital with expert doctors, some of the best in Asia and the world. The RAM Hospital in Chiang Mai can attend to patients with any problem. It is very clean and well managed; so don't hesitate to go there if you have any health problem what so ever. If you get into an accident of some sort in the city, or get sick just take a taxi to the RAM Hospital, in Chiang Mai city.

Also, the hospitals in Thailand are cheap; I mean you can get eye tests and stuff for almost nothing. If you feel sick, and don't want to go to the hospital due to your fear of the bill, don't worry; it is very cheap and good!!

The ISO numbers for the hospital are 9002 and 14001

Everyone at the hospital speaks English, but incase the taxi driver doesn't here are some key phrases in Thai:
Hospital - RohngPhaYahBahn
Emergency - ChookChin
Please help me! - KahmOoThanKhohKohmChuayLeua
Help - Chuay
I must go to the hospital. - DtohngBpaiRohngPhaYahBahn.

Note that you must add the gender endings to the ends of your sentences, Khap for men, Kah for women. I didn't even go into tones with the pronunciations; it's hard enough to say KahmOoThanKhohKohmChuayLeua just for "please help me"!

Fishing

by herzog63

I watched these people fish for about 10 minutes and they caught a couple very small fish. I don't know if they stock it with fish or if it is all natural. But the fish they were catching are very small and it must take alot of those to provide for the village. They used 2 types of nets one made of small bamboo which the would plunge into the water and scoop any fish they could catch and the other was a small gill net which they strung across the river.

tuc tuc travel

by steven1117

A tuc-tuc from the centre of town to the airport should not cost more than about 80 baht. (i paid 60). If it's a busy time and the roads are a bit clogged, the rate fairly could be higher, but don't be had for double that (they get what they can when they can). The trip took around 15-20 minutes, so base any other trips on that rule of thumb as to what is a reasonable price.

Nice Western Food

by Lyda1973 about Irish Pub

BBQ ribs and a hamburguer was what we needed. Simply delicious, razonable prices, quick and very good service.
The only thing that I didn't like was the fact that many people was smoking around, so, we could feel the smell even they have a very good extractor or air inside; howewer that wasn't an obstacle to enjoy their fantastic food.

Trekking!

by Blatherwick

Let's face it. Most people go to Chiang Mai to trek. Almost every guesthouse offers the activity. Some guesthouses double as tour and trekking companies, or at least claim to but might be acting as agents. In Chiang Mai numerous trekking companies have small offices in the tourist areas of the city. Book your tour in Chiang Mai and ask other travellers about their experiences and what they recommend.

Typically, a trek will last between three and five days. I found that three days is ideal. The price should be between 1300 - 1500 baht for a three day trek. Our trip began with a trip to a small waterfall and continued on to a Lisu Village. The Lisu women are distinguished by their brightly coloured tunics, worn over long pants. Unlike other hill tribes, they don't usually live in stilted houses.

The next day involved elephant riding. This elephant ride is worth it as you go through the jungle and see other elephants playing in the water. The second night was spent at a Karen village. This is the largest of the minority groups. The Karen wear woven v-neck tunics of various natural colours and turbans. Unmarried women wear distinctive long white v-neck tunics. After a long day of trekking we took a dip in the river.

The next day involved skiff rafting down rivers. On the way we stopped off at an Akha village. The women wear very plain indigo died shirts, which are in turn adorned with all kinds of eye-catching paraphernalia, such as coins, beads, shells, etc. The women are also very visible by their ornate headdress adorned with silver.

It was a really good time. If you want to see more of the pictures, check out my travelogue.

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