Chok Thani Hotel

12 Kata Noi Road, Kata Beach, Patong, Phuket 83100, Chiang Mai, 50110, Thailand
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Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by Adagio1

I have lost contact with my previous tour operator so need a recommendation for a reputable travel service located in Chiang Mai. We are there four nights in June and need suggestions for 3 to 4 star hotels as well as transfers to and from airport as well as some touring. Appreciate any knowledgeable help.

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by SirHalberd

For a back up plan you can use some of the info below.

You can get tours real easy in Chiang Mai (same for Bangkok) by just locating the nearest travel agency close to your hotel and checking out their list of popular tours. There are loads of travel agencies. Even some hotels can set you up with tours. Select a tour on the first day and leave the next morning. Often select a tour in the morning and leave that afternoon or evening. Up to you.

At the airport there is a taxi sign up desk too.

Back up hotel that I have used 2 or 3 times. The price may be too low for you though. All rooms have air, hot water, private toilet/shower, TV, security box at lobby and maid service. Easy walk to night market, travel agencies for tours, restaurants, Seven Eleven stores. Flea market across the street at the Thapae Gate. Montri Hotel.
This hotel did provide a free ride back to the airport.

List of hotels.

Good luck.

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by MichaelDovey

I would definitly do a day trip to the Golden Triangle. We did the booking through a travel shop right next door to the Chiang Mai Plaza hotel. They needed 24 hours notice for this trip.Long day, but well worth it.

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by timming01

for me i hire private car and guide take me around chiangmai,one i know is peter local tour guide he has his own car, we have been used his service reputable, flexible, he's owesome, you might consider use him at


Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by jazkatz

Hi, what is the daily rate charged by Peter? Thanks.

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by nannyre

You might want to check out Viangbua Mansion here in CM. I've stayed there and found it quite nice, clean, A/C, good coffee bar in the lobby and the downstairs restaurant is convenient too. There is also a great little restaurant diagonally across the street for breakfast and dinner called The Spirit House. The garden there is a wonderful place to have a drink (or eat) while watching the neighborhood go by and be sure to take a look at the focal point in the garden...a chedi that is over 700 years old!

As for tour operators, I would suggest Paul Collins. I use him for driving/translation and tours. You can reach him by email at or call his mobile: 0849483315 or Office: 0850484606. Another would be Alice Young at Indigo Chiang Mai Travel. You can check out her web site and contact her on line. Hope this helps, and enjoy your trip. Marie (nannyre)

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by Adagio1

Thanks for the responses even though I have just returned I will be going back in 2010 just loved Chiang mai so relaxing. See my post on my experiences.

Re: Tour/Travel Operator and Hotel Recommendation

by timming01

His rate 250THB/Hour.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

Doi Suthep

by frankcanfly

From this ancient Buddhist Wat at 1000 meters above the city, you can look over the entire Chiang Mai valley on a clear day.

About 16km west of the city. You can catch a bus or take a tour. We went up in a rented motorscooter.

PS. Take your shoes off.

Thai life

by SumTingWong

While in Chiang Mai and the Chiang Mai area you should come and check out Thai life in a small town. Many of the most beautiful towns in the area are located about an hour and a half from Chiang Mai city (and about forty minutes from Lamphun, off of the highway from Chiang Mai to Lamphun). SANGKAPHAENG is the most beautiful district in my opinion because of two major reasons: people and scenery. The villages/towns are surrounded by palms, rice patties, and mountains. It is very green and lush, with LomYai trees all over the place. The people are so nice as well. They want to show you things and interact with you. Why not volunteer in a local school and teach English for a day, there is already a great shortage of teachers. These are great villages best seen by bicycle. The people and land are excellent and unspoiled by tourism.

See my travelogue and other tips for some more photos!

The Riverside in Chiang Mai

by frankcanfly

The Riverside in Chiang Mai
When you're tired of local culture and just need a 'western' fix, come to The Riverside for some great food, beer and music. You'll meet many other westerners there. Casual

Home-style Western and Thai food

by Tusitala about Maretz Restaurant

This place is NEW as of 2009 ... look for its jaunty pinky and white tables on the roadside overlooking the moat.

Run by American Doug and his Thai wife Naree (who spent 25 years in USA) they offer a bunch of Thai items for between 30-50 baht a plate. Family friendly.

But what's really good is their western menu for when you're in the mood for the closest thing to a home cooked meal ...

Steak - pork or chicken 59 baht
Steak - beef or fish 69
Spaghetti - 40, 50
Macaroni - 30,40

Mains are served with mixed veggies, bread roll and fries so it's excellent value.

They also have fruit shakes done in a little blender out front. Fresh! Or try a freshly squeezed beer ;)

OPEN 10am - 22:00 Try Naree's spaghetti. It's sort of Thai, sort of Western. I had the chicken which was served in lashings of basil in the sauce.

Thai Massage

by elefteriafire

It is great to receive a Thai Massage. Not all places are good, though. I recommend Lek Chaiya's place. It is a bit more expensive, but the people who work there are good therapists. It is also recommended to take a course in Thai Massage in Old Medicine Hospital (lasts 2 weeks). I took this course, and it was a great experience.


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