Furama Chiang Mai

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

54 Huay Keaw Road, Tambol Chang Puak, Muang, (formerly Grand Heritage Hotel), Chiang Mai, 50300, Tha
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
16%
14
Very Good
28%
24
Average
32%
27
Poor
11%
10
Terrible
10%
9

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Costs 69% less but rated 15% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families53
  • Couples47
  • Solo71
  • Business52

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Hotels near Night Bazaar

by CutiePorkie


Dear VTers,

Which are the better hotels around the night bazaar?
Please advice. Thanks.

RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by xerxes2347

Good reports about the Central Duangtawan hotel, which is minutes walking away from night bazzar,http://chiangmai-hotelguide.com/hotels/Thailand/Chiang%20Mai/Chiang%20Mai%20Town/factSheet.php?hotelID=7748.hope this is helpful

RE: RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by Gillybob

We had a great stay at the Royal Princess and the night bazaar is almost on the front doorstep!

RE: RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by Dabchick

We always stay at the Imperial Mai Ping, that is very close to the night bazzar.

RE: RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by mansionion

Hi!

I stayed in Imperial Mei Ping before and highly recommend the hotel to you. It's just 5 minutes walk to the night bazaar in Chang Klan road and fits your requirement.

-m-

RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by cutebobo

Stayed in Central Duangtawan once. It is right in the Night Bazaar. The room is not bad, with a nice powerful shower in a separate stall and a bathtub. Lovely view.

RE: Hotels near Night Bazaar

by kmorlo16

We stayed at the Chiang Mai Plaza hotel which was only a couple of blocks from the night market. Hotel is OK, would stay again since it has a good price and location.

Travel Tips for Chiang Mai

MONKS & STRAY DOGS

by balhannah

On visiting Wat Chedi Luang, one of the things I noticed was the amount of stray dogs here.

Actually, they look after the strays here, and there are a few donation boxes scattered around........as the donation box says, "It all started about ten years ago."
Initially, students and friends helped care for the dogs. They fed, sterilized, treated mange, vaccinated….....and did what ever they could for them.

Wat Chedi Luang has become a refuge for dogs, with estimations of anywhere from 60 -100 living here.
At 6pm, every evening, they are fed.

Just be careful when walking around, none were aggresive towards me, but later on in Bangkok I was bitten by a stray, and Rabies is still in Thailand.
Luckily, for me, after a series on injections, I am alright.

Responsible shopping

by trisanna about Hill-tribe products promotion center

These hill tribe product stores are all over Thailand. They were started by Queen Sirikit and sponsored by the royal family. All profits go back to the hilltribes and various hilltribe welfare programs.

Items for sale:
textiles, clothes, dolls, bags

Kantoke- Royal Meal

by yatingchen about Khum Kantoke

Kantoke is traditional royal way for guest: "meal fest" and "show entertainment".
Khan means bowl and Toke round plate. Together means the way to present dishes. The general dishes are fried pork skin, dry pork, dry rice, curry pork, fried chicken, wild vegetable, sticky rice, fruit etc. They are typical Nord-Thai food and the taste is good.

In the restaurant you feel yourself V.I.P. and you can deep in the whole Thai culture by the traditional buildings, music, dances and food. To sum up, everything is well-deisgned and joyful. We love curry pork the best.
You can eat as much as you eat.

Soup Noodle

by vigi

This soup noodle is not very special, egg based noodle with roasted pork, pork ball, Beadcurd and spring onion. You can found this dish in other Southeast Asia countries as well, some got better taste than this.

Butterfly and Orchid Farm

by alvis

Unless you are obsessed with either there is no point in going here.

Luckily we were just passing through on our elephant trek excursion. We couldn't stay here more than 5 minutes. I did not see 1 butterfly different than the usual and the orchids were nice but all the same.

There was an introduction on orchids lasting about 2-3 minutes then you can go do whatever you want. My advice is get a couple of photos and jump back in the van as we did. Much better things to do in Chiang Mai.

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