Eurana Boutique Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7/1 Moonmuang Road, Soi 7, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
Eurana Boutique Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 49% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by limkahwan

I Plan to travel around North Thailand. Can members who have experience places that worth a visit. I love places which is quite and peaceful and not a place where you find a lot of tourist.

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by Stepwalk

You just have to consider Pai, a 3-hour mini-bus trip north of Chiang Mai!

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by GrumpyDiver

Trek up into the Hill Tribes and spend a few nights there. Some images and a short video from our trek...

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by balhannah

Depends when you are at Chiang Mai. When I was there, not a lot of tourist's. DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK is peace, quiet and beauty. Have a look at my and others Chiang Mai pages for more ideas. Just click on names above photo.

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by mim95

If you want to be away from tourists, get a map, rent a car and drive away from the cities. The landscape in Mae Hong Son province is quite interesting and there are definitely things to see, which may be difficult to visit if you take a bus.

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by sezabell

id go pai aswell, a sleepy little village up in the hills easy to get around can walk the whole place and on days you do want to do things bikes can be hired, lots of people stop here just to orginise treks then move on but def worth checking out, we had planned on staying for just 2 nights but ended up there for 2 weeks lol

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by mim95

sezabell: wow...2 weeks in pai? my friend and i did a loop in mae hong son province, but starting from the south first, by the time we got to pai, i had to say that it was so touristy that i really didn't have nice feeling about the town...and this was in early 2009. the southern part of the prov was less visited.

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by sezabell

we were there in 2004 so maybe it wasnt as heard of back then, which its sad if it has changed but i guess that happens every where aye. we found it pretty laid back and was good not to have to worry about the crowds of people as we had my 9 year old son with us, glad i seen your post as we had been thinking about going again over xmas but will give a miss as not to keen on the ride up there with 9 of us, including 2 preschoolers lol

Re: Looking for a quite place in Northern Thailand

by mim95

There has been a lot of tourism development in Pai in the past few years, even a Thai movie was made in the town last year!

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

My favorite Attractions in Chiang Mai

by volopolo

My favorite Attractions in Chiang Mai

01. Doi Ithanon Park
02. Doi Suthep-Doi Pui National Park
03. Kad Suan Kaeo Art & Cultural Centre
04. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
05. Wat Prasat

06. Night Bazaar
07. Doi Tao Lake
08. Angkhang Nature Resort in Doi Angkhang
09. Op Luang National Park
10. Huai Nam Dang National Park

Go easy!

by dimanche

A small daypack for your camera, water, snacks and other miscellaneous stuff when going on day trips. T-shirts and bermudas will pretty much do as it gets hot for most of the day. Try to bring darker coloured clothes (avoid white, cream, etc) if going for day trips that involve driving in the jungles and mountain area as it gets pretty dusty and sandy. Trekking shoes will be good as it is slippery when trekking on the sandy surface in the woods. A light jacket will be enough for those staying overnight in the villages or mountain areas. In the city, the weather will be cooler at night but not chilly. Mosquito or insect repellent, sunblock cream, lip balm bring enough water!

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by tattooed about Jai Yen cafe

Great bar and great food, expect a warm and friendly welcome. This bar is on moon muang and is an excellent place to relax and kick back. The food is a great mix of Thai and Western all freshly prepared and reasonably priced. the owner Jeff and his wife Kat are seriously nice people and will offer help and advice about life in Chiang Mai. While we visited Chiang Mai we saw live music here, watched sports and dvd's read the newspapers and ate and drank a great deal. There is a pool table and a selection of games also available.

Noodles of the north

by alegriasu about Just Khao Soy

Khao Soy are noodles of the north. You get a big bowl of curried noodles topped with crispy noodles. On the side, you have about 7 dishes that will allow you to alter the flavor of the soup. There are pepers (to make it spicy), bananas (to make it milder), shallots, lime, etc. Most Thais consider Khao Soy as street food, but this restaurant makes it slightly more upscale. I paid 150THB ($4.50USD) for a complete Khao Soy meal.

Art and Galleries

by joniko

Being an expat living and working in Chiang Mai, I have always had an interest in the contemporary local art scene in this city. Even though Thai artists may not (yet) be famous in the international art community, I personally like the particularities of Thai artwork, especially in paintings.

Northern Thailand, with Chiang Mai at its center, is traditionally quite conservative and insists on its cultural inheritance. This very fact is reflected in the artwork of many local artists. Their works may be completely different in style, technique and themes, but they usually have some traditional Thai features in common – their cultural basis.

A good example for this is Khun Chumpol (“Tuw”), the owner of Matoom Art Space, who I went to see the other day. His paintings all have a touch of cuteness, and at first site it may not be obvious that the creator is Thai. But looking at the details and after talking to “Tuw” it becomes clear that most of his ideas are based on Buddhist and family values.

Art lovers are fortunate in Chiang Mai as the art scene is quite large and diverse. Art galleries carrying different styles of artwork can be found throughout the city, and regular art exhibitions are a good opportunity to relax and in one’s past time. A guide to art galleries, artists and art News is provided by ‘GoldenTriangle Art’.


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