Hillside Plaza & Condotel 4

50 Huay Kaew Road. Chiang Mai 5000, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand
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Hiking around Chiang Mai

by ilya_ktsn


does anyone know a good operator who organizes 3-4 day trips to the parks around Chiang Mai? In particular trips more directed to walking through forest and seing nature rather than riding elephants.

Thank you.

Re: Hiking around Chiang Mai

by mim95

If a "good" operator means a "responsible" operator to you, have a look at my Chiang Rai page, I have a couple of suggestions there.

Re: Hiking around Chiang Mai

by anything04


Please contact Sam, he is the Karen guide, email: gowithmetours@yahoo.com

nice guy doing trekking, I used him for Inathanon Park.


Re: Hiking around Chiang Mai

by ilya_ktsn

Hi Mim95:

Thank you for the info.
By "good" I meant people who organize treks without any elephant use (abuse). if they are also responsible and sustainable, then even better.


Travel Tips for Chiang Mai


by frankcanfly

There are several flights daily from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, for only US$40 each way!! If you have more time, the overnight train is a great deal as well, and very cheap.

We rented a tiny motorscooter to get around town for only US$3 per day. A good deal.

Chiang Mai Trekking (4)

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). In a ceremony these village elders had a bit too much rice whisky (strong stuff).

Take sleeping car to Chiang Mai

by peemapat

From Bangkok and other provinces to Chiang Mai, use the service of sleeping cars second class or first class.
I chose the second class for the price of THB 741 (US$ 19) per trip. The train depart from Hua Lampong at 19:40 and reach Chiang Mai 8:55 in the next day.
There are few trips to choose, check the schedule at the train station or their website.

The more exotic Thai food

by SumTingWong about anywhere - street - local village - homestay

In Thailand you must eat some more Thai Thai people food. These include of course chicken satay but also include frog, called "gohp" and squirrel, called "raht". These foods are snacks and can be bought for fewer than 20 Baht from a street vender. They are well worth trying. Other things you may want to shoot for are: monkey (trekking), cricket, pig head, chicken feet.... and NO we DON'T EAT DOG.

Elephant trekking in the jungle

by SamuiDean

The Maesa elephant training camp is a wonderful place to visit. You get to see elephants being looked after and have the opportunity to go for an elephant ride in the jungle. This is not be missed.

They also stage a show where you get to see elephants playing musical instruments, do oil paintings and play football. It is very funny.

Our tour operator organised the trip for us. I think it was about an hour by coach from Chaing Mai to get there.

You will not forget this trip.


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 Hillside Plaza & Condotel 4

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Address: 50 Huay Kaew Road. Chiang Mai 5000, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand